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History consists of studying the past. It is a branch of the humanities or social sciences.
He was a Supreme Court judge that is better known for the Nuremburg Trials- and was played by Spencer Tracy in the movie Judgement at Nuremburg.
She is alive and is teaching at the University of California in San Diego, California.
1. Much more accurate long range shooting. 2. It made hand to hand combat less common.
Romance Language, as opposed to a Germanic language like English,is the way that Italian is classed linguistically.
At first, the Philippines loved the Americans... but after Congress  wanted to annex them, they got really mad and started rebel. The US  responded by seizing villages and towns. They killed hundreds of  thousands of people.
There was only one cause of the Korean war, North Korea's attack on South Korea. I THINK THAT Korean war is caused because of the conflict between communist and domocrats. When Japan invaded Korea, United State and Soviet Union helped Korean out. They bombed the Hiroshima and Korea released from...
The Germans offered nothing to the US for sinking the Lusitania.  German government argued that Lusitania was legitimate military  target because it was caring a large amount of ammunition on board,  and, besides that was registered or listed as an auxiliary cruiser.  And in spite of non...
Jeroboam was the first king of the rebellious northern tribes, not the kingdom. Israel, as opposed to Judah, was the kingdom, and there were nine tribes that comprised the Kingdom of Israel. (Zebulun, Issachar, Asher, Naphtali, Dan, Manasseh, Ephraim, Reuben and Gad.)
He helped African American with not having to be arrested and he accomplished his dream
176 Films and TV Series were made about WW1
Romania, Finland, Italy, Albania, Solvakia, Bulgaria, Vichy France,  Spain, Yugoslavia, Japan, and other nations fought under Germany  and the Axis powers. There are several nations not listed here.
Newfoundland, Canada, called Vinland.
"First Nations" is a term used in Canada to refer to the remaining  native populations, those called "Native Americans" in the US. They  were actually also the first people to come and settle here. "first  Nations"    The term "First Nations" is used because these people are now  treated as...
Magellan left Portugal for Spain in 1516. In 1517 he began preparing for the circumnavigation of the world. The voyage began in 1519 and ended in 1522. Magellan himself died in a battle in the Philippines in 1521.
 ==Answer==  According to common tradition, the Irish name for Ireland, Éire, comes from Eriu.  The country is usually personified in feminine terms.   The name Érinn is derived from this.
I don't know the value of it, but if it is Truly vintage, then it  will cost a LOT on the market, first you will have to get it  authenticated, then you can put it on the market, Hope This Helps  :)
I know they removed the brain from the nose but the rest of the organs were just taken out through a surgical cut
He was trained in the occupation after being denied permission to  join the British Navy by his mother. Land surveyors were relatively  important at the time, as colonial settlement was pushing farther  west.
Each president has had from none to 6 or 8. Washington had 2  stepchildren, Adams had 6 children with two who died as infants.  Lincoln had 3 boys and one died while he was in office. Teddy  Roosevelt had 6 children, but is cousin FDR had one daughter. LBJ  had a daughter who married in the...
The battle of Germantown was a British victory.
They were first evacuted when The Nazi empire rose and bombed  London in 1940-41. parents sent their children way when the Nazis  bombed london thinking they would be safe. They were sent to  america.
Yes, There is one known photograph taken of Lincoln after the assassination, it was taken ten days after the assassination while Lincoln's body was lying in state in New York City Hall, during his funeral train procession.
Her birthday is June 28
He was an explorer and volunteered to go.
Yes, both Houses of Congress have to achieve a super majority  (two-thirds) in a vote.
Barack Obama's name is a family name from his Kenyan father. Barack is an Arabic word for 'blessed'Hussein means good or handsome in ArabicObama is a common surname in the Luo tribe
  James Buchanan (Democrat) was the 15th President of the US, elected in 1857 - he defeated John Fremont in the general election. By the way, Mr Buchanan was the only US president who never married.
Plymouth was established by 60 English Pilgrims from the same village and they left England because of discrimination.
He made the first national park. (Yellowstone)
The pyramids were lavish tombs for their deceased pharaohs. They  wanted to be sure that their kings were traveling safely to the  afterlife.
They discovered they true lvoe for Cats and they learned to have a respect for them eg grumpy cat etc. With out this R-E-S-P-E-C-T we would not be the same=D For cats are magestic beasts
Heck no. Remember that story of Benjamin Franklin flying his kite  with the key on the end during a thunderstorm? During that time,  everyone believed that God was angry with them when there was a  lightning strike. Of course, we all know that that is not true  today, but that's is because Ben...
The LAtin word for sound and noise is sonitus. There was not a word  for sonars. The Romans did not have sonar. It was invented in the  1930s. Additionally, SONAR isn't a word, it's an acronym: SOund  Navigation And Ranging.
Bards were musicians who sang about the deeds of people.
Algonquin was a big tribe.
The earliest mention of pi comes from over 4000 years ago: the  ancient Babylonians calculated the area of a circle by taking 3  times the square of its radius. One Babylonian tablet (ca.  1900-1680 BC) indicates a value of 3.125 for pi.
Independence Hall's assembly room. Ben Gates (In national treasure)  really controls the emotion of our Liberty when he said, "The last  time it was here, it was being signed." You can see the  independence hall in PENNSYLVANIA.
The 18th amendment prohibits the sale of alcohol in the USA. The  21st amendment repeals the 18th amendment and allows the sale of  alcohol.
which four amendments deal with the presidency
History is written about people how do Great things in thar life
Well, i think you asking this question wrong, it's "Can be",  because any weapon call be used in war, gas, bombs, chemical  agents, spies, hell even car bombs, there is no rules in war,  except for uniforms, early wars suggested that both sides of the  war have to have uniforms to identify...
Because some people are terrorists
The ninth amendment states that there may be other human rights  that exist that are not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution, and  that the government cannot take these away.
The Industrial Age brought advances in medicine, machinery,  agriculture, and transportation. Populations experienced an  abundance of food, less death, more birth, more jobs, and cars!
Although the exact figure may never be known, it has been estimated to be 2 million.
from a group of terrorist
The first tyrannical ruler Rome had was Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, the last king of Rome. He was deposed in a rebellion because of his tyranny. The Romans decided to do away with the monarchy to prevent the return of tyranny and established the Roman Republic. During the period of the Roman...
He died by the 3 king killed him
POW camps for the Japanese, but NOT in the Pacific. In the United  States itself were POW camps held. They were for the Japanese whom  were deemed spies for the Japanese government.
Lighthouses were a great help for Roman shipping or any other Mediterranean shipping for that matter. As storms would frequently occur, the lighthouses gave sailors a direction as to where a port was located. In calm weather, the lighthouses acted as a nautical roadmap, as every experienced captain...
All four members of the Frank family in hiding (Anne, Margot, Otto and Edith) were initially sent to Auschwitz from Westerbork. On 30 October 1944 Anne and Margot were transported to Bergen-Belsen, where they both died in March 1945. Edith Frank died at Auschwitz in January 1945, and Otto Frank...
As a kid he was a apprentice, as he grew, he joined the army, and  mostly started the french and indian war, but he grew older and  wiser, he wrote some books until the Revolutionary war, they  elected him to lead the Army, so he did and won a Victorious  Victory, then everyone loved him...
He was Baptist. But only he and God can know for certain wether he was "Born-again"
Battle at Lexington and Concord is the main reason for open armed  conflict between United Kingdom of Britain and thirteen of its  colonies on the mainland of British America.
Before the war, Nazism was not generally seen in Holland as an  'evil' movement and a Dutch fascist party gained quite a large  following and several seats in the Dutch Parliament.   After the invasion of Holland by Nazi Germany feelings towards  Hitler understandably changed for the worse....
Robert E. Lee had more than six important elements in his life.  They can be summarized as follows;   * loyalty to wife and family;   * loyalty to God and Country   * loyal to Virginia   * loyal to the US;   * loyal to the South; and   * loyalty to his soldiers.
There were many Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt, although rule by queens  was less common. The modern kingdoms of Egypt (1805 through 1953)  had thirteen rulers, all of them male.
Brave daring intellectual witty leader courteous
She refused to move to the back of the bus.
Monarchies lasted from 2000 - 800 BCE.
Answer 1 I'm not sure which holidays you are referring to. To my knowledge, the U.S. government does not require employers to observe any Jewish holidays. If you're thinking of Easter and Christmas and other asst. Christian holidays then the answer is simple. They are religious holidays celebrated...
He kindly started a conversation with them and offered them books and most of all love and support which clearly made him the best president that's how he got along with them.
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