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  • ...a was closely allied to Germany and Italy through the "Triple Alliance" of 1882. Turkey was close to Germany and hostile to Russia. Russia and France were ...which bottled up the fleets of the Central Powers, captured their merchant ships, and blockaded their ports. London aggressively used its navy to make sure
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  • '''Franklin Delano Roosevelt''' (January 30, 1882 – April 12, 1945), often called '''FDR''', was 32nd [[President of th ...the war. He provided extensive support in terms of money and munition and ships (but not soldiers) to [[Winston Churchill]] and the British war effort befo
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  • Carnegie purchased iron ore lands in the Lake Superior region, acquired ships and ore-handling facilities, and joined forces in 1884 with Henry Clay Fric ...icence. His first gift was a library to his native town of Dunfermline in 1882. In 1898 he built The Carnegie Library in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Besides
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  • Carnegie purchased iron ore lands in the Lake Superior region, acquired ships and ore-handling facilities, and joined forces in 1884 with Henry Clay Fric ...icence. His first gift was a library to his native town of Dunfermline in 1882. In 1898 he built The Carnegie Library in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Besides
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  • In 1882 a classmate invited Wilson to become a partner in a new law practice in Atl ...ant sailors. As response to the ''Titanic'' disaster, it also required all ships to be retrofitted with lifeboats. Ironically, although in the long term the
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  • ...of the [[Chinese Exclusion Act (United States)|Chinese Exclusion Act]] in 1882. The Act was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1889, and it would not be
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  • ...upgrade its transportation system. The ''Milwaukee Journal,'' launched in 1882, by the Lute Nieman, soon became the leading daily newspaper in the state. ...on was the nation's leading supplier of gear drives for military and cargo ships, while Allen-Bradley produced motor controls and electronic components for
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  • ...gained recognition as a serious historian. His ''The Naval War of 1812'' (1882) was the standard history for two generations. For that book, Roosevelt und ...display was designed as a show of force to impress the Japanese. Yet, the ships were almost forced to return because of the inadequacy of American ports in
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