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A perspective on Canada’s Code of Service DisciplineA perspective on Canada’s Code of Service Discipline
Code of Service Discipline, and its various provisions, but to also reveal something about the particular society concerned–its origins, traditions, experiences of war and legal history
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Early American Orderly Books, 1748-1817 Reel Listing Maj. Gen. James Wolfe, CanadaEarly American Orderly Books, 1748-1817 Reel Listing Maj. Gen. James Wolfe, Canada
Oct. 31, 1749 by George Viscount Borg. Wolfe was a Major and then a Lt. Col in the regiment. Locations: Sterling, Canterbury. Maj. Gen. Wolfe was in command of the troops at Quebec. Orders continue up to the day before the battle at Quebec
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So say the Laws of Manu, an ancient Brahmin text on moral conduct Man is a moral animal…So say the Laws of Manu, an ancient Brahmin text on moral conduct Man is a moral animal…
Animals fight with horns, with hooves, with tooth and claw – they fight over territory, they fight over mates…
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Vietnam studies the Role of Military Intelligence 1965-1967Vietnam studies the Role of Military Intelligence 1965-1967
These involved helping to fulfill the basic needs of an agrarian population, dealing with the frustrations of antiguerrilla operations, and conducting conventional campaigns against well-trained and determined regular units
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The Term \"Nautical\"The Term "Nautical"
This old traditional greeting for hailing other vessels was originally a Viking battle cry
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The Attack on Pearl Harbor Article # Part 1: The Noise at DawnThe Attack on Pearl Harbor Article # Part 1: The Noise at Dawn
It was a Sunday morning. Many sailors were still sleeping in their quarters, aboard their ships. Some were sleeping on land
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Wagga Wagga’s Vietnam experience: a local study Aaron Pegram IntroductionWagga Wagga’s Vietnam experience: a local study Aaron Pegram Introduction
Work-in-progress report. Aaron Pegram 2004. Not to be cited or quoted without the author’s written permission
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Buffalo SoldiersBuffalo Soldiers
Ers, in a fruitless quest for freedom from bondage, fought on both sides during the American Revolution. In Emmaneul Gottlieb Leutze’s famous painting, Washington Crossing the Delaware
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Battle of the Little BighornBattle of the Little Bighorn
Battalion, a force of 700 men led by George Armstrong Custer, suffered a severe defeat. Five of the Seventh's companies were annihilated; Custer was killed, as were two of his brothers, a nephew, and a brother-in-law
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Lofton R. HendersonLofton R. Henderson
Dauntless 2129. The Airfield on Guadalcanal was named Henderson Field in his honor
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Introduction from Diversity Comes StrengthIntroduction from Diversity Comes Strength
United States and as an experiment to incorporate a substantially different culture. It was the beginning of the meeting of multi-cultural frontiers
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Betrayal by Benedict Arnold ByBetrayal by Benedict Arnold By
American fort or army and an unspecified sum for a failed attempt. Arnold demanded 10,000 pounds for an attempt that failed and disclosed his perfidy. Arnold’s request for this sum was not accepted by the British
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Bobby seale publisher\Bobby seale publisher's note
Ramparts magazine. The second series was made in the San Francisco County Jail. Art Goldberg, formerly an editor of Ramparts, was responsible for the editing of the transcribed tapes; however, Mr
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Traditional Nautical Terms & Sayings Traditional Nautical Terms &Traditional Nautical Terms & Sayings Traditional Nautical Terms &
European nations with a long sea faring tradition of their own, and they have also contributed a few. Indeed, some of these terms are still in use in everyday conversation
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The Philippine-American War Cat Pohlman, ucsb; Cory Shallow and Lorena Hernandez, Cal PolyThe Philippine-American War Cat Pohlman, ucsb; Cory Shallow and Lorena Hernandez, Cal Poly
As discussed in the previous chapter on the Spanish-American War, tensions between the United States and Spain arose when the U. S. began publicly expressing support for the Cuban people’s revolution against Spanish colonial control
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