The "what if" hypothetical questions are best left to trained professional military officers in their war college study exercises, or perhaps those authors of great imagination who write that type of (loosely) history-based fiction. Other than that, there is not much value in these types of hypotheticals, for which there is no real answer, obviously. Leaders of the genius of Reichkanzler Hitler do not "listen to aides," if you mean blindly following the recommended actions of some subordinate on a major political and military undertaking! Rather, the other way around, by definition. Besides that, which "aides" does the question refer to, who supposedly wanted to "start the war" in 1943? The war was already happening, because Britain and France declared it so, in 1939. I know of no "aides" who wanted to start anything -- other than a nice fat retirement pension -- in 1943. Aides or not, Reichkanzler Hitler was a man who started things precisely when he wanted to. That was the kind of man he was. Let all students of history stick to the evidence from original sources (and cite them, please, so that others may check and verify whatever assertion is being postulated).
They are listened to and then it is decided what genre they fit into based on their instrumentation and vocalisation (if any).
He listened to a bnch of John Mayer songs and decided to pick up the guitar . (:
They got tired and decided to stop. They got tired and decided to stop.
It is unknown who the CBS executive was that decided to cancel The Nanny, that is assuming it was the decision of one lone individual.
He Was Bored &* Decided To Make Them When He Saw Them At A Japanese Convention .
When Japanese producers decided to make PowerPuff Girls Z
in what school in japan were Jose rizal decided to study Japanese language
the japanese were really mad because of the war so they decided to attack pearl harbor so they could show the americans who is better.
There was no way the Japanese would surrender.
The final decision was ordered by President Harry S Truman.
Yes, that is the point the US decided to enter the war.
it is randomly decided
A famous name of an australopithicus is 'Lucy', discovered by Tom Gray and Donald Johanson. The name arrived from their celebrating, they listened to 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' so they decided to name the australopithicus Lucy.
Because the President Truman of the United States dropped two Atomic Bombs on them, and the Emperor decided to surrender.
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Is it ever possible for cases involving the same issue to be decided differently in different costs of a court system
Frodo seemed different somehow.He decided to go for a different hair cut.This is a different brand of coffee.
He described them as the cockroached of the sea, or known as food, so he decided to kill them for their blubber and meat
It is pretty simple what they did. They decided that they were going to invite them to a party, and the invitation was to nuke the hell out of them. The Japanese, as they always are, were happy to receive it.
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You can't. It's just a creepypasta that some japanese kid had a dream about and decided to write about it to scare other people.
The Crusades were holy wars fought between the Europeans, Muslims, and Turks to try to regain control of Jerusalem. The people who fought were all just volunteers who listened to the Pope and decided to go join up.
It was the armistice, it was decided by France, England and Germany, Italy were there too but know one really listened to them as they swaped sides half way through the war.
They may have reached a term limit, they may have gotten a different job or decided to take a different path with their career, they may have decided to retire/spend more time with family, they may have decided that they probably won't get elected again. It could go on and on.
Well since "Domo" in Japanese means thanks his parents decided to name him that because everyday the parents always used to say "Domo"/"Thanks" to each other so they decided to name their son "Domo".