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  • ...r = Was awarded the [[Medal of Freedom (1945)|Medal of Freedom]] for his war reporting ..., but who also served, notably, as a [[war correspondent]], during [[World War 2]].<ref name=nytimes1981-12-22/>
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  • ...chol]], a journalist with the ''[[Chicago Daily News]]'', also worked as a war correspondent, and the pair were posted to the same locations. ...ops.<ref name=WomensAngle/> This opportunity had been offered to male war correspondents, most of whom declined. Barden and Tighe were turned down, being told that
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  • | portrait = Dixie Tighe wore a uniform when she was a war correspondent, during WW2 -a.jpg | alt = Dixie Tighe in 1943 - official war correspondents were issued uniforms so they would qualify for POW status, if captured.
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  • | known_for = Captured by during World War 2 while serving as a war correspondent Denny served in the [[US Army]]'s, [[Rainbow Division]], during [[World War One]], rising from [[Private (rank)|Private]], to [[Sergeant]], prior to be
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  • ...formed to assist in providing the Canadian public with print news of the war in Europe. In 1924, a federal grant of $50,000 payed for telegraph lines, e ...ontreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Edmonton, and Vancouver. There are also CP staff correspondents based in St. John's, Fredericton, Quebec City, WInnipeg, Regina, Calgary, V
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  • ...formed to assist in providing the Canadian public with print news of the war in Europe. In 1924, a federal grant of $50,000 paid for telegraph lines, ef ...ontreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Edmonton, and Vancouver. There are also CP staff correspondents based in St. John's, Fredericton, Quebec City, WInnipeg, Regina, Calgary, V
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  • ...ated, American officials feared that doing so would help the Third Reich's war effort. They also suspected that the Jews being traded to the Allies were s ...ng the story to the British public, editors, censors, politicians, and war correspondents struggled to find the best way to present the material. The chief dangers w
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  • ...to him. His writings praised and mocked both sides in the [[English Civil War]], and the only consistency that can be detected is a disposition to religi ...as secretary of an unsuccessful embassy to Russia and Scandinavia, but his correspondents in Hull would have approved of this prolonged absence, as it was seeking tr
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  • ...two [[battle star]]s for [[World War II]] service, and eight for [[Korean war]] service. ...ng operations ashore and afloat. She served as [[headquarters]] for [[war correspondents]], and [[Broadcasting|broadcasted]] directly from the [[beachhead]] to the
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  • <blockquote>The writer that my correspondents were most nearly unanimous in putting at the top was Miss Dorothy L. Sayers ...often heard people say that Dorothy Sayers wrote well, and I felt that my correspondents had been playing her as their literary ace. But, really, she does not writ
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  • ...[Ron Rivest]] gives "Compromise of the system should not inconvenience the correspondents."<ref>{{citation ...ash; ''will'' learn all the internal details of any widely used system. In war, the enemy will capture some of your equipment and some of your people, and
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  • ...it of Christ which leads us into all truth will never move us to fight and war against any man with outward weapons, neither for the kingdom of Christ, no ...History'' 2001 23: 10-29. Issn: 0142-4688, not online </ref> A system of correspondents was set up for these local meetings to communicate with the Meeting for Suf
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  • ...profile when her husband was Assistant Secretary of the Navy during World War I. She became more accustomed to the limelight when Franklin was the Democr ...sband quietly agreed but did not risk alienating the white South until the war began, when he issued powerful civil rights orders, especially [[FEPC]].
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  • ...hs. ''Seminole'' received six [[battle star]]s for service in the [[Korean War]] and six [[campaign star]]s for service in Vietnam. In [[Puget Sound]] when war broke out in Korea in the summer of 1950, ''Seminole'' and sister ship, [[U
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  • ==War and Peace: 1898-1900== ...r combat and became a colonel of a Nebraska militia regiment; he spent the war in Florida and never saw combat. He argued that:
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  • | publisher = Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College ..., as well as being used in support of coalition operations during the Gulf War and NATO peace keeping operations in Kosovo.
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  • ...maritime)|dock]] in the city, but it burnt down during the [[Chilean Civil War]] of 1891.<ref name="Puerto">{{cite web|url=http://pichilemunews.blogcindar ...09-12-16}}</ref> The dock was later burned during the 1891 [[Chilean Civil War]]. It was later reconstructed, but it worked until 1912, without reaching t
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  • {{main|Vietnam War}} ==Indochina and the Second World War==
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  • ...a national debt, and a national bank. After the military defeats of the [[War of 1812]], however, the party split on these issues. Many younger party lea ...ghter to preserve their balance, or joining in the confederacy of kings to war against the principles of liberty. I am for freedom of religion, and agains
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  • ...e British [[ULTRA]] project read many German ciphers through most of World War II, and the Germans never realised it. ...nicated to anyone. Of course, she must also manage the public keys for her correspondents. In some ways, this is easier; they are already public and need not be kept
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