In the American west—the world of cowboys and cowhands—was ammunition traded for alcoholic “shots” of a drink?
Did the British navy fail to take into account the ballistics correction due to Coriolis force during WW1 Falkland Islands battle?
Did Roman jurists rule that "to learn the art of geometry and to take part in public exercises, an art as damnable as mathematics, are forbidden"?
Were World War II scrap drives in the United States truly necessary for the procurement of raw materials?
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