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  1. I would have persuaded that Chinese guy from Wuhan not to eat a bat.

    And today, apparently, this is the main thing that would need to be done, especially since the time machine would not be too powerful.

  2. I would have prevented the Second World War. I think I would have killed Hitler as a child. No person no problem. And of course, I would correct the mistakes in the life of my beloved.

  3. He would stop the changes in Russia by abdicating the tsar and creating a real parliamentary republic.! I am sure that Hitler would not have come to power then,driven by the West,just as there would not have been a reason for the Second World War ..

  4. Perhaps moving to America in the 50s would have been enough for me. This time and place has always seemed to me the best, and if it were possible to live there, I would hardly refuse it. But I don't have any big ideas for changing history, and I'm afraid of the butterfly effect.

  5. I would stop the life of such personalities as Jesus and Muhammad, if there were any)
    Surely history would repeat itself, with different names, but still…
    It would be interesting to know if positive or negative changes have occurred.)

  6. Ugh, fasten your seat belts!�

    1. The year is 1486. I would have prevented two jolly fellows, Jakob Sprenger and Heinrich Institoris, from writing and publishing Malleus Maleficarum, The Hammer of Witches, which would have saved the lives of many beautiful girls and women (and men too).

    2. February 24, 1852. I would have convinced Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol not to burn the second volume of Dead Souls.

    3. October 12, 1492-would tell Columbus that he had discovered America. As a result, America is called Colombia, and Colombia becomes, for example, Columbiela (little Colombia, by analogy with Venezuela).

    4. On June 28, 1914, Lee hit Gavrila Princip in the arm with a revolver. On principle. Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife are still alive, and the First (and perhaps Second) World Wars have been averted.

    5. I'm sorry, but it's tempting. 1878. I would advise poor shoemaker Beso Dzhugashvili to have a third child. Maybe it would help.

    Fantasy, of course.

  7. What's the question? Of course, I would cancel the Brazilian-Chinese war of 2109. Would anyone do anything different if they could?

    I'd cancel it and then come home.

  8. She would have persuaded Russian President Boris Yeltsin to step down after the presidential election in December 1996, appointing Vladimir Putin in his place. And who knows, perhaps if this really happened, Russia would have avoided problems in the second half of the 90s, including the default of 1998.

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