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  • Name Salvation Army
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    Thank God for the Salvos The Salvation Army is an organization which devotes itself to people who have been disadvantaged in todays society. Their mission statement of then Salvation Army is "To provide assistance and resources to the Salvation Army in order that the Salvation Army is able to establish and maintain an internet presence. All this is done in order to further Glorify God and to bring the unsaved to Jesus Christ" History of the Salvation Army In July 1865 a man named William Booth s...
  • Middle Classes Of The 1880's
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    "Aber die Grundlage der ersten grossen Ruestungswelle der achtziger und Anfang der neunziger Jahre war noch nicht oekonomischer, sondern sozialer Natur" Kehr believed that as the middle classes of the 1880's felt the pressure of the Socialist threat, it allied itself with the monarchy and aristocracy in a mutually beneficial alliance built on the common ground of property ownership. This feudal middle class's domestic concern and support for the Crown began to show itself in the form of the grow...
  • Members Of The Salvation Army
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    The Salvation Army, an international movement, is a branch of the universal Christian Church. Based on the Bible, its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is both spiritual and practical, encompassing the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ and alleviating human suffering and distress without discrimination. (Mission Statement Salvation Army, 2000) Originally known as the Christian Mission, the name The Salvation Army was adopted in 1878 and since then the organisation's str...
  • Doud Dwight Eisenhower
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    Dwight D. Eisenhower was born on October 14, 1890, in Denison, Texas. His parents, David Jacob Eisenhower and Ida Stover Eisenhower, were a deeply religious couple who belonged to a Protestant sect called the River Brethren. Dwight had two older brothers, Arthur and Edgar, and three younger ones, Roy, Earl, and Milton. As a baby, his family moved to Abilene, Kansas where Dwight's father worked in a creamery. During that time, the sons raised and sold vegetables and found a variety of other jobs ...
  • Army To Dreyfus's Guilt
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    The Mystery Surrounding the Dreyfus Affair by Mitchell Fish bein A.P. European History Mr. Ascuito April 4, 1999 The Dreyfus affair was the result of many unfortunate circumstances, not the planned premeditated intervention of the French Army. It was the outcome of reasonable suspicion, acted on by contempt, some circumstantial evidence, and instinctive prejudice. However, the intentional army coverup, and shady courtroom procedures, were responsible for suppressing important evidence and keepin...
  • Your Experience In The Controlled Environment
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    What controlled environment did you spend time in How long When I graduated from High School I entered into the Merchant Marine Academy at Fort Schuyler in New York. From then until I was in my mid thirties I was involved with ocean liners, tankers and ships. For periods of one year at a time I would be on a ship traveling the world, making shipments and patrolling the seas. The controlled environment was both on the ship and in the academy. Once on the ship I had to obey the rules and morals ta...
  • Roswell Army Air Force Base
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    In analyzing the hypothetical scenario (s) proposed by many UFO researchers concerning the alleged crash of an Alien spaceship in the New Mexico desert July 2nd, 1947, I beg to question, whether our bureaucracy of a government could ever clamp shut an event of such magnitude. This is the most scrutinized of all UFO cases. This story, even if partly true is the most significant event in human history, next to our own creation of course. The story is clouded in extensive myth and misinformation. S...
  • Leaders In The Army
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    Adaptive leadership is becoming widespread in the United States Army amongst junior officers in leadership positions that require quick thinking and innovation. Leonard Wong discusses how the versatile and unpredictable enemy and situations in Iraq produces adaptable junior officers. These officers are learning to make decisions under chaotic conditions and are becoming more mentally agile. The Army is changing. The Army is transforming its capabilities in the war in Iraq to be effective and suc...
  • World War II
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    More than fifty years have passed after the World War II was over, but we can still hear a lot of debates taking place on different issues. One of the hottest debates involves the occurrences of terrorist acts conducted by the Soviet Red Army against the civil citizens and government on the territory of the conquered Germany at the end of war and in the postwar period. The issue is really a controversial one, because the Second World War was the most horrible of all the previous ones, and had th...

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