Why Did the United States Fight a War in Vietnam?Why Did the United States Fight a War in Vietnam?
America paid for the war the French fought against Communist Vietnam as a part of the Truman Doctrine (1947) "to help free peoples to maintain their free institutions and their national integrity against … totalitarian regimes."
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Scenes from the Headlines: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion TimelineScenes from the Headlines: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Timeline
Following the Franco-Chinese War, French forces controlled the area, then called French Indochina. This lasted until their defeat in 1954, when Vietnam was divided at the 17th parallel into a non-communist south and a communist north
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The March on Washington MovementThe March on Washington Movement
Fellow marchers and delegates to the Policy Conference of the March on Washington Movement and Friends
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10th Grade Social Science Mini-Assessment ri 1 and ri 2 Passage 1 Directions10th Grade Social Science Mini-Assessment ri 1 and ri 2 Passage 1 Directions
Christopher Columbus's arrival in the Americas. As plans for the event formed, major cities across the nation leaped at the chance to host the fair. After all, the exposition was an opportunity to represent America at its finest
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Axis of Evil (Second Chance – Book Two) Axis of Evil Cover BlurbAxis of Evil (Second Chance – Book Two) Axis of Evil Cover Blurb
They say that generals always prepare for the last war, and now they have a chance to fight it…so why are we still barely holding our own?”
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Readings on repression, facilitation, and violenceReadings on repression, facilitation, and violence
Although the bibliography gives attention to civil war, I have neglected references on interstate war, revolution, and rebellion, which I can supply in abundance
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PerspectivesPerspectives
Recognition that much of the Treaty of Versailles was unjust blinded many to the dangers inherent in Hitler's moves to amend it
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Dante: inferno one: layers cantos 1-3Dante: inferno one: layers cantos 1-3
They set off, although Dante suddenly feels too diffident to go on, since he is not Aeneas nor Paul, until it is clarified for him that Beatrice, who represents grace, has initiated the venture
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Comparative analysis of emecheta’s secondclass citizen and nwapa’s efuruComparative analysis of emecheta’s secondclass citizen and nwapa’s efuru
An essay submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of bachelor of arts (hons) in english
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The Boer War a struggle for Mastery in South AfricaThe Boer War a struggle for Mastery in South Africa
The captured prisoners of war and women and children were put in concentration camps. The war led to the death of over 60,000 people and cost the British government £250 million. The origins of the Boer War has been the subject of fervent historical debate
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Nandita sharmaNandita sharma
Within the current global circuits of capital, goods, and people, I argue that along with a call to end practices of displacement
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Wales-lnks – 10/26/03Wales-lnks – 10/26/03
A set of web links to information on medieval Wales by Dame Aoife Finn of Ynos Mon
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Characters: Act 1Characters: Act 1
George Washington: (speak to French Commander) I have been sent here to give you this letter
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The Russian Revolution and the Russian Civil WarThe Russian Revolution and the Russian Civil War
In the space of a few days in February 1917, Tsarist Russia came to an end. The Romanov family, who had ruled Russia since the seventeenth century, was overthrown and the monarchy was no more
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Discours prononcés par les pères fondateurs de l’Organisation de l’Unité AfricaineDiscours prononcés par les pères fondateurs de l’Organisation de l’Unité Africaine
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