Here's the situation: Standard map, I'm playing Germans, and putting my Panzers to good use. I had just wiped out the zulus, and had razed all their cities but the last one on that continent, as the Japanese and the Greeks were on that continent, also, and ripe for the plucking. I was trying for conquest or domination this time, for a change from my usual builder style. The Zulus did have one city on another island, and a transport/destroyer combo was on its way. This city had been drafted down to one citizen, so I figured, OK, I'll let my units heal in here, and start building up this place with my own people. The one Zulu in the city wasn't happy, as they had been drafted AND whipped a lot evidently, or so she said. Here's the part I'm not sure is right: The city grew to 2 citizens, the second one being a German, of course, and, lo and behold, HE was unhappy! I asked him why, and it was because of the drafting and the whipping! I had done NO drafting that game, and any whipping was only just a little on the other continent, right off the start of the game. I'm talking three AGES ago, as the last whipping was in Ancient times, and not very much of that, so that was LONG gone. I thought that unhappy people shouldn't show up in a captured city, if they're yours, at least not for something the old civ did! Any insights?