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  • known fact is that the borders of Iraq were created by Winston Churchill. Resentment towards Winston still persists today. Students must do homework
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  • Union Harry S. Truman of United States of America; came after FDR Winston Churchill of Great Britain Chiang Kai-Shek of China Charles De Gaulle of France
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  • think about which people are very often quoted, Benjamin Franklin, Winston Churchill and William Shakespeare come to mind. (answers at the end of the
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  • Germany invades Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands; Winston Churchill becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom upon the resignation
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  • backwards you can look, the farther forwards you are likely to see”. - Winston Churchill. This timeline represents some of the most notable theorists and their
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  • '”I am always ready to learn; but I do not always like being taught.” ~ Winston Churchill
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  • topic by having kept chicken tissue alive for over 20 years, to which Winston Churchill wrote that in the future, “we shall escape the absurdity of growing
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  • from the war effort, also expressed their dismay at the Bolsheviks. Winston Churchill declared that Bolshevism must be "strangled in its cradle".[factual
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  • Quote "We sleep safely at night because rough men stand ready to visit violence on those who would harm us.” Winston S. Churchill
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  • Act, 2008, completely bypassing Parliament. It is precisely what Winston Churchill warned against in 1945: --Major Bonkers 20:58, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
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  • Germans to attack France first and then march east to defeat Russia. • Churchill, Winston, The World Crisis. 1911-1918 (2007) • Keegan, John, The First World
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  • these aggressive activities in sources such as by Andreas (2004) and Churchill (2003). Thus, a systemic bias toward violence including war appears to
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  • enlist in the British army (pp. 18-35). Birse ultimately became famous as Churchill’s Russian-English interpreter during WWII. Cook, Charles, The prisons
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