What is the mark next to the hallmark on this silver object?
Trivia. Should have been / been closed. Excellent answers.
Where was the furthest extent of Arabian trade explorations?
Needs improvement, there's extensive Indian Ocean focused studies available from the last 10 to 20 years. Existing answer is adequate.
Time it takes to build siege engines
Trivia. Should have been closed pending improvement to the question (serious improvement). Answers are okay.
What were the crime rates In the American Old West?
Skipped. I have a Conflict of Interest.
In U.S. military forces, did black soldiers suffer a heavy racial segregation during World War II?
Needs improvement. Primarily in the question. Should have been closed pending improvement. Answer is adequate but a bit weak.
Why didn't America finish Saddam Hussein after the first Gulf War?
Satisfactory. (I'm surprised given the question title). Despite being ESL and a new user, the questioner cited an influence and asked a reasonable question. Answers were satisfactory.
How widespread was the practice of chaining slave rowers to the ships?
Satisfactory. Question is trivia and should have been bonked / majorly rewritten. Answers are good.
What was it like to have type 1 diabetes in the early 20th century?
Off-topic. It is asking a medical question, not a history of medicine question.
Did the US government officially apologize for Indian Removal Act and Native American Indian genocide?
Trivia. Needs a rewrite for adequacy, chiefly lacking in appropriate context.
U.S. Marine Corps and Why does the Navy’s army need its own air force?
Should have been closed or migrated.
The running theme is the incredibly poor quality of questions, usually to do with trivia, lack of adequate context or reference, or requests for topics not related to history as such. Heavily and major rewriting could save some of these, but they're not resulting in historical questions.
Our community of answerers is doing better than our community of questioners, but this leaves good answers to bad questions: unsatisfying on the whole.