What weapon did the Nazis use against England?
V1 rocket and V2 rocket
What if you use a butterfly knife for self defense in the UK where these kind of knives are illegal?
When did Saddam Hussein commit genocide against the kurds and what type of weapon did he use against them?
He is right but a fire weapon will rip him apart Well there is no best weapon but i find a weapon that can block does relatively well against this lightning beast. You can block his lightning that emits from its body by using a lances shield but other then that you should be fine if you try and avoid its attacks and then attack it when you have a chance. use a saber or…
1. his hands were a weapon in itself. it is said that each hand has the power of 30 hands. 2. he was proud. didnt want to use the weapons unless he had to. he had his honor and pride in not using weapons. AGAIN...wrong on #2. Weapons were ineffective against Grendel because he had magic protection against any weapon made by men.
The pope had two "weapons" he could use against rulers who got out of line: Interdict - forbidding priests from performing sacraments in the country ruled by the leader. Faithful Catholics would become quite upset if they could not attend Mass or baptized their babies and could cause problems for the government. Excommunication - If a ruler is excommunicated, all oaths and debts owed the ruler become null and void.
The Allies plan was to attack the Nazis from two different fronts so they could weaken Germany easily. They were able to use the plan because when the Nazis brought Russia into the war by attacking them, the Allies decided to attack Germany from the west while they were fighting in the east against Russia.
How do you think Nazi leaders were able to influence ordinary citizens when it came to prejudice against Jews?
Ordinary citizens were already prejudice against Jews, this is why the Nazis persecuted them, had people been prejudice against people who wore glasses, then the Nazis would have campained on that front. What the Nazis did was use that prejudice and build on it. They did this as part of a gradual progress; they first took away the Jews' right to work, then thier citizenship, then their right to own property. So eventually the Jews…