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Frederick Douglass - USA History.

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Chester Arthur I INTRODUCTION Chester Arthur (1829-1886), 21st president of the United States (1881-1885), who gained the presidency when President James A.

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William Henry Harrison

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Battle of Waterloo.

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Djibouti (country) - country. I INTRODUCTION Djibouti (country), republic in northeastern Africa, strategically located at the strait of Bab el Mandeb, which links the Red Sea with the Gulf of Aden. The small country takes its name from its capital and only large city, Djibouti. Located at the intersection of trade routes connecting the Indian Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea, and Africa with...


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Slovenia - country.

Slovenia - country. I INTRODUCTION Slovenia (Slovenija in Slovenian), country in south central Europe, bounded on the north by Austria, on the northeast by Hungary, on the southeast and south by Croatia, and on the west by Italy and the Adriatic Sea. Formerly a constituent republic of Yugoslavia, Slovenia proclaimed its independence in June 1991. It joined the United Nations (UN) in May...


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latine, littérature. 1 PRÉSENTATION latine, littérature, littérature de la Rome antique et de la majeure partie de l'Europe Occidentale pendant le Moyen Âge jusqu'à la Renaissance, écrite en langue latine. 2 LA TRADITION LATINE La littérature latine fait son apparition au IIIe siècle av. J.-C. La désintégration de l'Empire romain et le développement graduel des langues romanes tirées du latin vulgaire (la langue non littéraire, utilisée...


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Frederick Douglass.

Frederick Douglass. I INTRODUCTION Frederick Douglass (1817?-1895), the most prominent African American orator, journalist, and antislavery leader of the 19th century. Douglass, an escaped slave, campaigned for the end of slavery and published three versions of his autobiography. In these works he described his experiences as a slave in the South and as a fugitive in the North. He also depicted life as...


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Jane Austen.

Jane Austen. I INTRODUCTION Jane Austen (1775-1817), English novelist, noted for her witty studies of early-19th-century English society. With meticulous detail, Austen portrayed the quiet, day-today life of members of the upper middle class. Her works combine romantic comedy with social satire and psychological insight. Two common themes in Austen's books are the loss of illusions--usually leading characters to a more mature...


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William Henry Harrison. I INTRODUCTION William Henry Harrison (1773-1841), ninth president of the United States (1841). He was one of the most important figures in the early westward expansion of the United States. Harrison took millions of acres of land from Native Americans by treaty or conquest. His exploits on the frontier, especially his defeat of the Shawnee at the Battle of Tippecanoe...


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Political Parties.

Political Parties. I INTRODUCTION Political Parties, organizations that mobilize voters on behalf of a common set of interests, concerns, and goals. In many nations, parties play a crucial role in the democratic process. They formulate political and policy agendas, select candidates, conduct election campaigns, and monitor the work of their elected representatives. Political parties link citizens and the government, providing a means by...


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