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Biography of Charles De Gaulle

by ChasHall in History, July 23, 2014
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Biography of the great French leader.

Jewish History, Part Three

by ChasHall in History, July 23, 2014
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The Loss Of The Promised Land.

Wars- They Will Never End

by fishfry aka Elizabeth Figueroa in History, July 19, 2014
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War exist long before we learned to speak, and they will continue until…

Committed Actors and Sympathizer Terrorists

by Joseph Parish in History, July 16, 2014
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We begin our discussion by comparing and contrasting the committed actor against the sympathizer. Our war on terrorism has become more than just a military action. It involves various ideas, intrinsic values and acute perceptions on the part of both America and its opposition. We can no longer think merely in terms of only radical actions by the terrorists but must consider the strategic deployed of the al-Qaida forces intending to add fuel to the Muslim extremist mindset or to attract potential recruits.

Biography of Douglas Macarthur, Part Two

by ChasHall in History, July 16, 2014
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Part two on the American military leader.

German History, Part Six

by ChasHall in History, July 16, 2014
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Germany In The Late Twentieth Century.

How Did The Native Americans Get to America

by Joseph Parish in History, July 15, 2014
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Confusing as it may appear we must copiously accept that the first people on our continent did not magically emerge at the time of Columbus. In the same sense we can not fully expect the origin of these people to conform to the native folklore of the various tribes. Life for these people did not commencement with the Iroquois ancestors falling from the vast sky above nor did the first Navajo people derive from the depths of the earth. We can not accept the concept that the ancestors of the Kiowa entered our earthly sphere by way of a hollow log. None of these ideas impart scientific proof necessary as to where the ancestors of the Native Americans came from.

Women are Wonderful: No Better Compliment Than to be Like Grandma

by Dortha A. Hunter in History, July 15, 2014
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Women Are Wonderful: No Better Compliment Than to Be Like Grandma.

PMS is Killing Me

by Dortha A. Hunter in History, July 14, 2014
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PMS Is Killing Me.

Biography of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Part Five

by ChasHall in History, July 14, 2014
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Part five on the 32nd President of the United States.

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