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KOREAN WAR

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Tiger II from the Front

Tiger II from the Front This front view of a Tiger II shows the well sloped armour and the massive 88mm gun. This picture was probably taken away from the front, judging by the open hatches.
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Elizabeth I and the Localities

Elizabeth's England was far from united. As well as religious and financial issues, local problems were to become an issue. Whereas the South was well represented at Court and in the Privy Council, the North was not. This was bound to cause resentment. It was certainly the case, that not all areas were equal.
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10 Facts About World War One Weaponry

Here are 10 facts that give some idea of the weaponry used during World War One. Initially antiquated battlefield tactics failed to comprehend the reality of industrialised warfare, and by 1915 the machine gun and artillery fire dictated the way that war was dictated.It is also the single greatest contributor to the staggering casualty figures.
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Karl Marx and Education

Karl Marx is one of the most influential men in modern history. Marx was born in 1818 in Trier. He studied philosophy and economics in Berlin and after this earned a living as a journalist. Karl Marx is most famous for 'The Communist Manifesto' which was written in 1848. “His real mission in life was to contribute, in one way or another, to the overthrow of capitalist society and of the state institutions which it had brought into being, to contribute to the liberation of the modern proletariat, which he was the first to make conscious of its own position and its needs, conscious of the conditions of its emancipation.
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