Asked in History of RussiaAdolf HitlerJoseph Stalin
History of Russia
Did Joseph Stalin want everyone to spaek the same language?
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What South American countries do not speak Spanish as the common language?
Asked in Telugu Language and Culture
Is Telugu the largest spoken language in India?
HINDI is the largest spoken language in indio with its various dielects .about 40% of India's population speak Hindi .12% of the population spaek bengali.7 % of the population spek telegu and 7% matrathi. i will not disturb ur answers ! but ya Hindi is the most spoken language with its dilects but 33% population speaks Hindi! 12 r 13% speaks bengali. and telegu is spoken by 6r 7 %. so Telegu is definatly not most spoken language of India.
Asked in Teen Dating
What does it mean if somebody stares at you all the time but when you spaek to hime he doesn't like you?
Asked in Braille, Helen Keller
Why did Hellen Keller learn to use Braille?
Helen Keller was deaf , could not spaek and was blind. She learned sign language by feel first, then later learned Braille to expand her education. She eventually learned to speak intelligbly, and traveled the world as a motivational speaker and advocate for the teaching and acceptance of the blind and deaf.
Asked in Languages and Cultures
What are 2 of the most widely spoken languages of Muslims?
Asked in Guyana, South America
Why Guyana is the only french and creol speaking country in south America?
This is because GUYANA is a french territory.So hence they spaek creal and is the only french country of South America. Absolutely not!! Guyana is absolutely not a French Territory. This user is CONFUSED. Guyana was a British Colony until its independence. English is the mostly widely spoken language, not creole,not french.
Does shutting off oil furnace save money?
Asked in English to Arabic
How do you write the word brothers for life in Arabic?
Do you agree or dissagree with the white Australian policy?
In my opinion, (Justice Dyball) the white australia policy was discriminating and refused not not Aboriginals but middle-eastern, eastern (chinese, japanese), or african or south american (latin america). In this policy these people had to complete a biased examination on the history of the english federation and australian federation and spaek in another language that they knew that the applicants wouldn't speak, from this i can conclude that this was a damaging and destructive policy and we are lucky to have a multi-cultural society in 2011.
Asked in Pokemon Diamond Pearl and Platinum
How do you get a key for veilstones team galactic hideout?
Asked in Business Law
Is spaek Asia on line a genuine company according RBI rules?
What languages are spoken in Texas?
SPANISH">texeallion English and SPANISHEnglish, but many people speak Spanish or are bilingual.English...technically they still spaek English there but you will find many spanish speaking people thereEnglish mostly, like the rest of the United States. Because it borders Mexico, there is also a large amount of Spanish spoken there too. Of coarse there are other languages spoken there to besides those, but those two are the major ones.
Asked in Mobile Phones, Relationships, SMS and Texting
I gave her clue that I like her by sms n such kind of stuff like feelings for n she also send me by showing she cares n miss me bt when I told her that I like you than she replies I'll call u later?
Asked in World War 2, Canada in WW2
How did Camp X contribute to World War 2?
Camp X was actually called " SOE location 103" and was a SOE ( Secret Operations Executive" training camp for secret agents who would be inserted in to Occupied Europe, to train the resistance forces, and to spy on the Germans, and send information back to SOE headquarters, in London. Located just west of Oshawa, Ontario, on 125 acres of farmland on the shore of Lake Ontario, the camp was on the "Top Secret " list, and even locals didn't know what went on there. A number of buildings were built to provide classrooms and living accomodations, as well as a radio station and transmitter tower. Eventually, that station, called "HYDRA" would become a direct link between Rossevelt and Churchill, thur a series of direct telephone lines in the USA, Canada , and the UK, with the trans Atlantic link provided by HYDRA's radio station. When either leader wanted to spaek direct to the other, the HYDRA system was used, to provide a secure comms link. Agents were selected from many walks of life, and were both male and female, with language ability the most important quality that was sought after. Being a native speaker of a European langauge was most important, because the other skills could be taught at the school. Many agents had escaped, on their own to Britain, from their home countries, and now they had volunteered to go back as secret agents, knowing that being caught could be their death sentence. The screening process was very tough, and extensive, to make sure the volunteers were not "doubles" who had been sent by the Germans to work their way into the training program, to find out what was being taught to the agents. Trainees, were constantly being checked, in little ways to find their weakness, such as being awakened from a deep sleep, to see what language they would speak in first. Many were give assigments to "kill" somebody to see if they could do it. These were ways to "test" the agents. The classes were varied and included radio use, Morse key sending and receiving, costume and makeup, secret writing, inks and dyes, knife and garrote use, parachuting, explosives and sabotage techniques, map reading, training resitance operatives, handling a spy network, German army unit identification, shipp identity, railway systems, and how to make a printing press. The staff were unusual, as many had previously been criminals, especially those who taught forgery, or how to break into anything, including safes. Some others were regular army officers, but who had special knowledge, such as a man who had been the Senior Officer of the Shangai Police Riot Squad, who was the instructor in un-armed combat. He could fight off 5 men, with out any thing except his hands and feet, and he was 58 years old, too. Another instructor was Ian Flemming, who later went on to write the James Bond novels. Flemming ran city training, in Toronto, where he taught the agents how to follow someone, and also how to lose a "tail". He also taught the use of brush and spin, the way to hand over a message on the run, and also "blind drops, and pick ups" and mail boxes of various types. He was also the "master of the house" who decided who was ready to go into action, and who needed "more time" at 103. By 1945, the camp was winding down, as victory was in sight, but in 1946, the place got a new lease on life, with the defection of Soviet intelligence officer, Igor Gouzenko, and his wife and child. They were " stashed " at 103 for over a year, as he filled in the RCMP's secret service interrogators about Soviet spies in the west, including in Canada. He knew a lot of stuff, and he was singing for his supper. He would become the best source of his times, on Soviet intelligence services and techniques, and in return, Canada paid him a pension and kept RCMP personal protection on him, around the clock for 40 years. He lived in Mississauga, until he died, in 1990. Now a days, there is nothing left of Camp X, only a memorial next to the lake. A huge Ontario Liquor Board warehouse sits on the site. There is a Camp X musueum, at the Oshawa municipal airport, and a number of books have been written about it, and it's graduates.