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The Taking of Ticonderoga in 1775: The British StoryThe Taking of Ticonderoga in 1775: The British Story
American. Within the year, however, I have been given the privilege of studying the report sent by the captured British officers to General Gage, the commander-in-chief in America. That report, with Ietters
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Books by willis j. AbbotBooks by willis j. Abbot
States Navy, from the day of Paul Jones to that of Dewey, Schley, and Sampson. It is a record Americans may well regard with pride, for in wars of defense or offense, in wars just or unjust
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Christopher Columbus: Man or MythChristopher Columbus: Man or Myth
After five centuries, Christopher Columbus remains a mysterious and controversial figure who has been variously described as one of the greatest mariners in history, a visionary genius, a mystic, a national hero, a failed administrator
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Year 9 English Animal Farm: An IntroductionYear 9 English Animal Farm: An Introduction
Every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written, directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism as I understand it
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Historical Backdrop: Orwell and the Times in Which He LivedHistorical Backdrop: Orwell and the Times in Which He Lived
Capitalist nations defended this distribution of goods on the grounds that the factory owners had often taken risks, or mastered skills, that the meat-packer had not. Therefore, the factory owner deserved the extra benefits
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Collection Seven Our Classical HeritageCollection Seven Our Classical Heritage
Lonely as they were, by themselves, early people looked inside themselves and expressed a longing to discover, to explain who they were, why they were, and from what and where they came
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Historical Backdrop: Orwell and the Times in Which He LivedHistorical Backdrop: Orwell and the Times in Which He Lived
Every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written, directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism as I understand it." George Orwell, "Why I write"
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