Actually Confluence will indeed create a version of a comment which means the history is keep. However it is not possible to review the history on the UI as it only stored on Confluence database.
In order to review the version you could use the following steps:
Use those comment ID using the following SQL query
SELECT b.BODY, c.LASTMODIFIER, c.LASTMODDATE FROM bodycontent b JOIN content c on b.contentid = c.contentid WHERE c.prevver = <commentid>;
Hope it helps.
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