The german unification, 1815-1870The german unification, 1815-1870
Confederation under the presidency of Austria. There was a widespread movement for closer unity in 1848, a movement resisted by Austria
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Emergency Management in the Federal Republic of Germany: Preserving its Critical Infrastructures from Hazardous Natural Events and Terrorist Acts Maureen Connolly, Ed. DEmergency Management in the Federal Republic of Germany: Preserving its Critical Infrastructures from Hazardous Natural Events and Terrorist Acts Maureen Connolly, Ed. D
Emergency managers must therefore plan, mitigate and devise systems for recovery from any and all events that may disrupt the critical infrastructure
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The Benefits of Intelligence Agencies During World War IIThe Benefits of Intelligence Agencies During World War II
Western Allies into their victory. Undoubtedly the militaries were responsible for the victory, but the people behind the scenes are not regularly thanked for their service and their achievements during the wa
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The heroism and Triumph of the Berlin Airlift June of 1948 to May of 1949The heroism and Triumph of the Berlin Airlift June of 1948 to May of 1949
Mention the Berlin Airlift today and chances are you will get a blank look. Those who took part in that amazing achievement deserve better
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The Future of the Atlantic Alliance byThe Future of the Atlantic Alliance by
Commonwealth of Independent States, the future of the Atlantic Alliance is now in question. On January 22, 1992, nato secretary-General Manfred Woemer delivered a dramatic speech to the Coordinating Conference on Assistance to the New Independent States in which
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Lusitania\Lusitania's journey to a devastating end. By John M. Taylor
The Cunard liner's captain expected a safe Atlantic crossing, but a German u-boat would bring Lusitania's journey to a devastating end
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An unworkable policy which encourages the enemy to fight to the last gaspAn unworkable policy which encourages the enemy to fight to the last gasp
Depiction in British and American newspapers of the Allied policy of unconditional surrender for Germany, 1943-1945
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