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- Russia. Russia is the tenth-most dangerous country in the world. ...
- The Democratic Republic of the Congo. The ninth-most dangerous country in the world is the Democratic Republic of the Congo. ...
- Libya. ...
- Central African Republic. ...
- Somalia. ...
- Iraq. ...
- Yemen. ...
- South Sudan.
What is the most dangerous country in the world 2018?
Which is the most peaceful country in the world?
Which country is the most free?
According to the rankings (out of 100), the most free countries in the world are Finland (100), Norway (100), Sweden (100), the Netherlands (99), Luxembourg (98), Uruguay (98) and Canada (98).
Which country has no history?
Carlyle (see quot. 1864) attributed this observation to the French political philosopher Montesquieu (1689–1755).
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What was the bloodiest day of ww2?
What wars did America lose?
Vietnam was an unmitigated disaster, the only war the US has ever lost. It took the lives of 58,000 Americans and an estimated 2.
What is the bloodiest day in human history?
What is the greatest tragedy in history?
The single most tragic even in the history of humankind had to have been World War 1. Entirely avoidable war that, in its 4 years of existence, killed 20 million people and caused the second most studied genocide: That of the Armenians.
What is the bloodiest single day battle in history?
- This article lists battles and campaigns in which the number of US soldiers killed was higher than 1,000. ...
- The bloodiest single+day battle in American history was the Battle of Antietam, with a total of 22,717 dead, wounded, or missing Union and Confederate soldiers killed or wounded on Septem.
Which empire killed the most?
The British Empire
Did Britain ever invade Japan?
The British Empire waged ceaseless war against Japan between December 1941 and August 1945, in defeat and retreat at first, stabilizing in 1943 as the Allies hit back and the Japanese tide abated, and turning to the offensive in 1944.
When did Britain rule the world?
The British Empire comprised of Britain, the 'mother country', and the colonies, countries ruled to some degree by and from Britain. In the 16th century Britain began to establish overseas colonies. By 1783, Britain had built a large empire with colonies in America and the West Indies.
What empires still exist?
Officially, there are no empires now, only 190-plus nation-states.
What is the longest empire in history?
What are the longest-lasting empires, governments, or nations?
- The Pandyan Empire (1850 years) This society of Southern India is considered the longest-lasting empire in history. ...
- Byzantine Empire (1123 years) ...
- Silla (992 years) ...
- Ethiopian Empire (837 years) ...
- Roman Empire (499 years) ...
- San Marino (415+ years) ...
- Aboriginal Australian Cultures (50,000 years)
Who has the biggest empire in history?
The British Empire
What is the oldest empire in history?
Who ruled the world first?
King Sargon of Akkad—who legend says was destined to rule—established the world's first empire more than 4,000 years ago in Mesopotamia.
What is the oldest city on earth?
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