• Korean War South Korea
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    On June 25 1950 Communist North Korean troops broke the peace agreement and invaded the Republic of Korea. The Korean war was the first war which the UN played a military role 1. The Korean war proved to be a huge challenge for the UN, which was created only five years earlier at the end of World War 2. The UN demanded the North Koreans to withdraw from the South and called it a violation of international peace. The communist persisted into South Korea and the Korean War was on. A total of 41 co...
  • Gettysburg North South General
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    The Battle of Gettysburg Damon PisaniGrade 7 4/21/99 Mrs. Pig nato Table of Contents 1. Outline 2. Introduction 3. Text/The Body 4. Conclusion. 5. List of illustrations 6. Appendix 7. Bibliography Outline Generals -North, Meade -South, Lee Charges -Pickets Charge Armies -South, 65, 000 -North, 85, 000 Strategies -South tried to get to Washington to cut the rail lines and take over the capital -North-To intercept the south to stop the invasion Introduction The Battle of Gettysburg was the larges...
  • Oliver North Iran President Marine
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    In October and November 1986, two secret illegal U. S. Government operations were publicly exposed. In addition to naming other people as illegal operatives, the scapegoat of it all was Lieutenant Colonel Oliver L. North. Only months before he was being hera led in the New York Times as 'President Reagan's Man of Action', and now North was being handed the blame of all guilty of illegally negotiating deals with Iran and Nicaragua. As the Iran-Contra Scandal was led into the national spotlight, ...
  • Korean War North Korea
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    Korean War The Korean War was the first war in which the United Nations played a major role. It was also part of the cold war between the US and Soviet Union. One of the deadliest war in history, it took many lives in such a short time of three years. In WW II, Japan had gained control in Korea. At the end, when Japan was defeated by the Allies, the US and Soviet forces moved in Korea. Korea was divided to serve as the purpose to move the Japanese troops out. The line, which was at the 38 th pa...
  • North And South Slaves Agricultural Population
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    The American South represents the more agricultural sector of the United States; it was and in some places is still quite far behind the Northern sectors of America. Northerners tended to be better educated than their southern partners. The North also had a much larger population than the South with a 21. 5 million population, whilst the south had a population of 9 million. The fundamental differences between the two can be classified through religion, the slave movement as well as the agricultu...
  • Civil War North West South
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    The Civil War was inevitable and regardless of the outcome on the fields of battle, the reconstruction of the nation was equally inevitable because as much as the North and the South had irrevocable differences, it was in the mutual interest of the North, the South and the West to maintain a relationship based on symbiosis. The Civil War and the reconstruction of the nation were bound to happen. There was a great diversity throughout the nation within the three sections. Differences in opinions ...
  • An American Story Oliver North
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    On November 25, 1986 at five minutes past noon, President Ronald Reagan marched into the White House briefing room to announce that Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North had been relieved of his duties on the National Security Council staff for supplying arms to the Iranians. By Stephan Perry It began in 1961 when Oliver North joined the Marine Corps, never knowing what he was in store for. Combat-decorated Marine, best selling author, founder of a small business, host of a nationally heard radio show...
  • North Korea Nuclear United States
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    In a discussion with the United States and China in Beijing on April 24, 2003, North Korean officials admitted for the first time that they possessed nuclear weapons. North Korean officials claim to have reprocessed and reproduced spent fuel rods and have threatened to begin exporting nuclear materials, unless the United States agrees to one-on-one talks with North Korea. Tension between the United States and North Korea have been running pretty stiff and high since early October of 2002. Assist...
  • North And South Korea From 1953 To Present
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    After the conclusion of Korean War in 1953 the North and the South became hostile to each other. During this period of confrontation which lasted till the seventies Beijing emerged as North Korea's closest ally. But, especially after the Sino-Soviet split Moscow competed for influence by providing arms to the Kim Il Sung regime. The United States felt concerned about the dangers of war damaging its key Asian ally Japan and encouraged South Korea to concentrate on economic development. With stro...
  • The South Could Not Win The Civil War
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    "The South could never have won the Civil War," is a true statement, reflecting the various ways in which the Southern states attempted to fight a losing battle from the beginning. The economic dependency of the South on cotton on slavery was obvious, whereas the North had diversified and sufficiently. The advantage also lay with the North for reasons such as better communication and transportation, and even more soldiers. The leadership in the North under Abraham Lincoln was far superior to the...
  • The Old Winds North Wind
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    The old winds How the bears got their color Before the earth existed, there was only water and air. The two oldest spirits of this time were the old North wind who ruled the North, and the old South wind who ruled the South. There was one day an argument between the two Old Winds, which started a huge battle between the two oldest spirits. Out of bitterness towards the old South-wind, old North-wind wanted to expand further south and bring with him ice and snow to the warm Southern regions. Out ...
  • The North Face Marketing Analysis
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    Executive Summary North Face, a retail and manufacturing corporation of outdoor apparel and equipment, is attempting to become a leader in the casual sportswear and outdoor sports equipment markets. The Company now serves a larger market of casual sportswear market, rather than the specialty market it originally targeted. By moving into the larger market, North Face is hoping that it will be able to gain greater market share and profits from an expanding market. The Company has a greater asset t...
  • Causes Of Civil War
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    The Civil War which lasted from 1861 to 1877 was mainly caused by the diverging society between the North and the South. The North and the South had different goals. There were many factors that led to the war and the chief ones were political and economic differences between the North and the South. The North's aggression to control the South had led to the point where it was intolerable. The issue on slavery was one of the causes of the Civil War. Slavery and slave trades had become a big part...
  • North Korea Nuclear Program Crisis
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    "North Korea's Nuclear Program" This paper focuses on the event of the nuclear weapons program crisis in the East Asia realm and its effects on the regions from near and far. I am only going to focuses on a couple of countries in that region for simplicity. China (The People's Republic of China), the superpower to the west; Japan, the superpower of the east, North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea); South Korea, the bottom half of the Korean Peninsula, as well as the U. S. involvement...
  • Northerners Said That Slavery South North Wanted
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    The Fratricide war between the North and the South was one of a fight for security. Though history puts only the South in the position of the perpetrator, a closer look reveals two perpetrators embodied in both the South and the North. The South, which was known as the Confederate States of America, seceded from the North, which was also known as the Union, for many different reasons. The reason they wanted to succeed was because there was four decades of great sectional conflict between the two...
  • The Korean War North Korea
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    The Forgotten War Two Koreas and two completely different governments lead to one deadly war. The Korean War is sometimes referred as the "Forgotten War." Since the 1400's either Japan or China has conquered Korea. From 1910 to 1945, Korea was completely under Japanese control. Then, after World War II Korea was on its own. The people had no government, no money, and no navy or army to protect their country. Due to the lack of organization that Korea had, it sparked attention from other powerfu...
  • Sociopolitical Issues Of Korea From 1950 To Present Day
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    The Korean peninsula shot into prominence in 1950 when it became the theatre of a major war between the communists and the United Nations forces led by United States. Geographical Location: The Korean peninsula lies in North East Asia. The Potsdam Conference of July 1945 designated 38 th Parallel as the dividing line between American and Soviet forces. The DPRK and the Republic of Korea were declared in 1948. North Korea: North Korea covers an area of 47399 square miles and has a population of 2...
  • Local Government North Carolina
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    North Carolina's government was like proprietary and royal period. The one major difference was that they appointed colonial officials. Two primary units of government are governor and his council and colonial assembly Of person elected by qualified voters of the county. There were also colonial courts. Navigation acts The navigation acts were from 1650 to 1696. It was made to regulate trade and increase British's profit. It forbade colonist from creating specified items England needed but coul...
  • Us Dilemma In N Korea
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    United States Dilemma towards North Korea A dying nation with nuclear capabilities The United States has been presented a dilemma towards its foreign policy with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea). North Korea's alleged launch of a new Tae po-Dong I missile on August 31, 1998 has heightened American worries and escalated an already tense situation with North Korea. The United States response towards this new missile, which could possibly be able to reach the edges of both Al...
  • North Korea South Web War
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    Korea Death, destruction, loved ones lost, and separation are all phrases commonly heard in North and South Korea for over the last fifty years. The division of this Asian peninsula into the independent nations of North Korea and South Korea brought terror and torment to the people living there. But now in a new era, words like hope, peace, and reunification can be heard from these same people. Reunification seems to be the most logical course of action to heal the rift at the 38 th parallel. Th...