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1lawrence of arabia and american culture the Making of a Transatlantic Legend1lawrence of arabia and american culture the Making of a Transatlantic Legend
Contributions to the Study of Popular Culture, Number 47 M. Thomas Inge, Series Adviser
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Third Army Battle Route from 1 August 1944 to 8 May 1945Third Army Battle Route from 1 August 1944 to 8 May 1945
Infantry Division's 342nd and 343rd Infantry Regiments continued to the Mittel Isar Canal, which they crossed near Eitting. The attached 23rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron from the 16th Armored Division crossed the Isar River southwest
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2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company d april 18, 18612nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company d april 18, 1861
April 18, 1861 The Berkeley Border Guards reported to Harpers Ferry, va (now West Virginia) under command of Captain John Q. A. Nadenbousch
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World War II a L 1,033 Awards in ww2 Compiled & Edited ByWorld War II a L 1,033 Awards in ww2 Compiled & Edited By
By his initiative and unselfish courage, he enabled the remainder of his squad to continue the attack, and his intrepid spirit and devotion to duty were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service
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Bombardment of fort sumterBombardment of fort sumter
Galloway and another injured crewman were sent to the hospital in Charleston where Galloway died. The other crewman successfully recovered and was sent North later without exchange. The bombardment of Fort Sumter was the first military action of the American
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Primary Sources and the Kent State AffairPrimary Sources and the Kent State Affair
For each document you should read it carefully and take notes on it. As you read each document, consider whether or not you believe that the speaker is credible--in other words, do you believe them? Do they have a bias
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Honors U. S. History Mr. Lucot The Korean War “The Forgotten War”Honors U. S. History Mr. Lucot The Korean War “The Forgotten War”
James describes it, North Korean artillery and mortar barrages began hitting South Korean positions along the 150-mile width of the peninsula, shortly followed by invasion forces totaling over 90
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