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POLL: Stories I Used to Believe But Don't Now


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VOTING RESULTS
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ACW battlefields were deadlier than Napoleonic battlefields.
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All Americans were rifle-armed sharpshooters during the American Revolution.
25
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Art is stolen on demand by some unscrupulous collector who desires a certain piece.
6
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Colonialism was a romantic endeavor to advance civilization.
15
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Formations in Ancient warfare were designed to make troops fight better.
5
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Germans had panzerfausts at Kursk.
3
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Hans von Luck ordering an 88mm flak battery, at pistol point, to fire on British tanks.
4
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Midway was an 'incredible victory' won against the odds.
18
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Most folks were generally good-natured.
20
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Most problems are caused by malice and active plotting.
16
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Neil Peart of Rush plays drums on a private island.
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Origin of the cup-shaped champagne glass.
6
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Oswald acted alone.
29
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Radical advanced weapons will guarantee victory.
28
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Spartans never retreated or surrendered.
31
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The Earl of Balcarres insulted Benedict Arnold in front of George III.
2
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The English declared bagpipes a 'weapon of war' after the '45.
6
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The Titanic sank intact.
19
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The United States is not a proper democracy.
5
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The War of 1812 was about free trade and sailors rights.
15
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Union and Confederate forces met at Gettysburg due to the proximity of a shoe factory.
38
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Vastly inflated Mexican casualty figures at the Alamo.
11
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William invading Britain was universally celebrated.
9
3%
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other (explain)
2
1%
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none of these/no opinion
32
9%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Winston Smith Supporting Member of TMP writes:

What I want is something that you always thought was true, until you were convinced otherwise.

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.