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Aung San

Aung San (1914 or 1916–1947) Burmese collaborator with the Japanese Aung San was the leader of the Dobama Asi-ayone ("We Burmans") Society, popularly known as the Thakin Society, a pre–World War II Burmese nationalist group made up of communist-leaning students mostly from Rangoon University. Thakin is the Burmese word for "master," commonly used 134 Auchinleck, Claude John Ayre by colonial Burmans in addressing Europeans; applying it to a...


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Latium

Roman In ancient times, a region in west-central Italy, south and east of the Tiber River on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The people of this region were known as Latins. Archaeological evidence shows that Latin communities first developed around 1200 b.c. in the Alban Hills, 12 miles southeast of the hills of modern Rome. As communities grew and shifted from herding flocks...


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German-Japanese-Italian Pact

Germany, Japan, and Italy concluded the Axis (Tripartite) Pact in September 1940, among other things in the hope that it would intimidate the United States by the prospect of a two-front war and thereby discourage it from continuing its move away from neutrality and toward the Allies. Instead, the pact drove the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt even closer to partnership with Winston Churchill's Britain....


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Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Ailly, Pierre d'

|| D’Ailly’s Tractatus super De consolatione philosophiae Boethii (Treatise on Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy) is mainly devoted to the theory of human happiness. Whether a human being can be called ‘truly happy in this life’ was one of the central ethical questions in the Buridanist school, where the term homo felicitabilis (the...


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Mobutu Sese Seko.

Mobutu Sese Seko. I INTRODUCTION Mobutu Sese Seko (1930-1997), president of Zaire, who seized power by force in 1965 and held it for more than three decades. Mobutu kept a chokehold on political power, amassing vast amounts of wealth while his country collapsed. After Mobutu was overthrown in 1997, Zaire was renamed the Democratic Republic of the Congo. II EARLY LIFE AND CAREER Born Joseph...


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Emancipation Proclamation - U.

Emancipation Proclamation - U.S. History. Emancipation Proclamation, proclamation issued by Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863, during the American Civil War, declaring all "slaves within any State, or designated part of a State ... then ... in rebellion, ... shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free." The states affected were enumerated in the proclamation; specifically exempted were slaves in parts of...


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John Smith (colonizer) - USA History.

John Smith (colonizer) - USA History. John Smith (colonizer) (1579?-1631), English colonizer in North America who helped establish Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement. Smith was born in Willoughby, Lincolnshire. He worked on his father's farm until he left home as a teenager and became a soldier. His military adventures led him through Europe and eventually to Hungary, where he...


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Tom Cruise.

Tom Cruise. Tom Cruise, born in 1962, American motion-picture actor, who became a celebrity in the 1980s after his performance in Risky Business (1983), a satire of suburban adolescence. In the 1990s Cruise became one of the world's most popular film stars. Born Thomas Cruise Mapother IV in Syracuse, New York, he appeared in a succession of motion pictures in the...


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John Smith (colonizer).

John Smith (colonizer). John Smith (colonizer) (1579?-1631), English colonizer in North America who helped establish Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement. Smith was born in Willoughby, Lincolnshire. He worked on his father's farm until he left home as a teenager and became a soldier. His military adventures led him through Europe and eventually to Hungary, where he fought against invading...


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John Smith (colonizer) John Smith (colonizer) (1579?

John Smith (colonizer) John Smith (colonizer) (1579?-1631), English colonizer in North America who helped establish Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement. Smith was born in Willoughby, Lincolnshire. He worked on his father's farm until he left home as a teenager and became a soldier. His military adventures led him through Europe and eventually to Hungary, where he fought against invading...


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Cinco de Mayo.

Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo, (Spanish for "Fifth of May"), national holiday in Mexico commemorating the Mexican Army's defeat of French forces on May 5, 1862, in the Batalla de Puebla (Battle of Puebla). During the battle, General Ignacio Zaragoza led the vastly outnumbered Mexican army to victory over the French forces of Emperor Napoleon III. The triumph of Mexican...


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Mobutu Sese Seko - biography.

Mobutu Sese Seko - biography. President of Zaire Birth October 14, 1930 Death September 7, 1997 Place of Lisala, Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo) Birth Political Popular Movement of the Revolution (MPR) Party Term 1965-1997 Known For Maintaining an authoritarian regime in Zaire for more than three decades, securing United States support by positioning Zaire as an opponent to the spread of Communism in...


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Tom Cruise Tom Cruise, born in 1962, American motion-picture actor, who became a celebrity in the 1980s after his performance in Risky Business (1983), a satire of suburban adolescence.

Tom Cruise Tom Cruise, born in 1962, American motion-picture actor, who became a celebrity in the 1980s after his performance in Risky Business (1983), a satire of suburban adolescence. In the 1990s Cruise became one of the world's most popular film stars. Born Thomas Cruise Mapother IV in Syracuse, New York, he appeared in a succession of motion pictures in the...


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Franklin Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech In this famous speech, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt lists the unprovoked attacks by Japan and details America's reasons for declaring war.

Franklin Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech In this famous speech, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt lists the unprovoked attacks by Japan and details America's reasons for declaring war. After the devastation at Pearl Harbor, the United States could no longer remain detached from the events in Europe and Asia. After this speech and the ensuing congressional vote, the United States entered the fray...


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Robespierre: "Louis Must Perish" French lawyer Maximilien Robespierre became involved in politics when he was elected to the Estates-General in 1789.

Robespierre: "Louis Must Perish" French lawyer Maximilien Robespierre became involved in politics when he was elected to the Estates-General in 1789. In 1790 he became a leader of the Jacobins, a radical group that played a dominant role in the French Revolution (1789-1799). When King Louis XVI was overthrown in August 1792, Robespierre called for a republic to replace the monarchy....


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Tecumseh: "Once a Happy Race" Early in the 19th century, Governor William Henry Harrison of the Indiana Territory made a number of treaties with Native Americans that involved the ceding of land to the United States government.

Tecumseh: "Once a Happy Race" Early in the 19th century, Governor William Henry Harrison of the Indiana Territory made a number of treaties with Native Americans that involved the ceding of land to the United States government. Shawnee chief Tecumseh attempted to prevent the loss of additional lands by forming an alliance of tribes and asserting that one tribe could...


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Luther's Ninety-Five Theses German theologian Martin Luther publicly condemned the practice of buying indulgences on October 31, 1517.

Luther's Ninety-Five Theses German theologian Martin Luther publicly condemned the practice of buying indulgences on October 31, 1517. His Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences, popularly called the Ninety-Five Theses, consisted of 95 propositions that established a theological basis for opposing indulgences. Luther's manifesto was widely distributed, causing a public controversy, and he was eventually excommunicated (denied the services...


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Latium Roman In ancient times, a region in west-central Italy, south and east of the Tiber River on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Latium Roman In ancient times, a region in west-central Italy, south and east of the Tiber River on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The people of this region were known as Latins. Archaeological evidence shows that Latin communities first developed around 1200 b.c. in the Alban Hills, 12 miles southeast of the hills of modern Rome. As communities grew and shifted from herding flocks...


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Bansky

Homework 1) On the first picture we can see a man who seems to be a graffiti artist we see him to vomit after writing on the wall. We can think that Bansky tried to show difficulty of the graffiti which can be very harmful for the health or we could think that the American societies is better that...


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Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks : She said NO While hardly one year ago (May 17th) the supreme Court decision « Brown et al. v. Board of Education of Topeka et al” declaring the racial segregation unconstitutional in the public schools was delivered, a new affair shakes again America. Indeed, Rosa Louise Mc Cauley, more collectively called Rosa Parks, made the news december...


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