I recently replied to a question regarding why many image/video archives from the second world war are still classified.
The question had some up votes and my answer received both up and down votes. One comment considered my answer political, with which I disagree. I was replying about how information from war is handled. (History often has political (present day) implications. One could even say that, that is why we should study it.)
Right now I can see that my answer is removed and I can not find the question (maybe I haven't managed to locate the question).
I think the question (if it has been removed) and my answer should be put back. It is important to study the information handling from war situations.
And is it really along with Stack Exchange rules just to remove answers (and maybe also the question) without possibility for the members to discuss if it is right to do so?