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 How many Persians were killed in the Battle of Thermopylae?

Answer The battle of Thermopylae took place in the fifth century B.C. between the Greeks and the Persians. An estimated 20,000 Persians died when a small army of Greeks, led by Spartan King Leonidas, held... Read More »
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How many soldiers were killed in the Battle of Chippewa?

The Battle of Chippewa, fought on July 5, 1814, was a pivotal moment in the War of 1812. The deaths resulting from the battle totaled 60, with another 300 to 350 soldiers on both sides sustaining v... Read More »
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How many Jedi were killed at the Battle of Geonosis?

In "Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones," a strike force of 200 Jedi were sent to Geonosis to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin and the rest of their party. The force was led by Mace Windu. After... Read More »
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How Many Soldiers Were Killed in the Battle of Chippawa?

On July 5, 1814, the U.S. army strategically won the Battle of Chippawa near the Niagara River in present-day Ontario, Canada. During this significant War of 1812 engagement, 60 American and 148 Br... Read More »
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Ok so in dbz when frieza killed (or thought he killed) all of the saiyans why didnt porunga have broly kill?

From the beginning of his life, Broly was plagued by threatening environments, which evidently have had a lasting impression on his character. The day he was born, he was noticeably disturbed by Go... Read More »
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