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After independence (1962-1999) The Evian Accords which were signed in 1962 giving Algeria immediate independence and French aid to help reconstruct the country.
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Answer: the gas that the nazies used on the jews was called Zyklon B
The decline of the Roman empire was not caused by a single factor nor it happened overnight. Following are some of the causes for the decline of the Roman empire:
The legislators and leaders of Rome became more and more wicked.
Civil wars and infighting within the Empire.
Foreign invasion from barbaric tribes
The extent of the empire
d. All of the above
Needing supplies amid the Mexican Revolution, Pancho Villa drove his men in an attack over the outskirt into the United States, at Columbus, New Mexico. The assault immediately swelled into a full-scale fight when they experienced the U.S. mounted force. In the wake of continuing enormous misfortunes, Villa was compelled to withdraw to Mexico.
The strike rapidly turned into a savage fight when U.S. troops, driven by Lieutenant Ralph Lucas, battled once again from the army with automatic rifles. A second separation of U.S. officers, told by Lieutenant James Castleman, propelled a counterattack, which constrained Villa and his men to withdraw. They were sought after by U.S. cavalrymen back over the outskirt into Mexico. The strike was a calamity for the Mexicans, with Villa's powers suffering tremendous losses. In light of the attacks, U.S. powers later attacked Mexico at Carrizal, trying to capture Pancho Villa.
Probably the super unsanitary conditions. There was a book written by Upton Sinclair in 1904 about the disgusting and unsanitary conditions of meat factories. Including random and contaminated meats being grinded into sausage along with rat corpses. And employees having no washing stations, so they washed their bloody hands in the water the meat was supposed to be cleaned with.
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Answer 1: Point of view presented in the excerpt.
Many Chinese, in special the Boxers resented the presence of Christians in their country. And things were becoming worse because the Boxers started persecuting the Christians, threatening them with swords. But to make things worse, the wicked Governor spread lies and promissed to reward those that kill the foreigners.
Answer 2. The speaker is Chi-hao Fei, a Chinese Christian.
Answer 3. What his interest in the outcome of the situation is.
Being a Christian, Fei was interested in being able to learn more from Christian missionaries, have fellowship with them. Things that was no longer possible to do openly.
The Long Walk, which began around 1863, came to be because the United States government wished to re-establish the inhabiting tribes of the Navajo and Apache nations from their original homelands in the Colorado plateu into what would be their new home in the Reservation of Ft. Sumner. The reason for this relocation policies taking effect was that the government believed that the lands of the Navajo, particularly, were rich in resources that could be put to better use if the lands were inhabited by white settlers. The Long Walk is literally the process that took place in the re-location of the Navajo. Many oral histories came out of this resettlement, mostly from survivors of the odyssey into Ft. Sumner, especially those who ran into Arizona and parts of the canyons where the Army was unable to reach them. One of them has to do with the recount of two grandparents to their grandchild about running away into the canyon from the soldiers that were herding them. This allowed them to survive and thus tell their story. The second has to do with the many people who did not go to Hweéldi, which was the name the Navajos gave to Ft. Sumner. They talk particularly about the experience of one man who decided to live at the top of Chaco Canyon mesa. The third of many is the story of the ones who did go to Ft. Sumner, around 8.000, and who lost their lives while those who ran away, about 1000 to 2000 survived in the canyons. In all honesty, I do not know how these people survived. The great canyon and especially the desertic conditions in which some of these Navajo were forced to live and abandon their homes, make people of today question their own ability to survive and adapt to such changes
it is b Egyptian independence from Ottoman rule
The South was very displeased with the election of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States in 1860. ... When he got the nomination from the anti-slavery Republican Party in 1860, the South was very concerned. The South had made up its mind. They believed Lincoln would end slavery.