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US threatened with 'heaviest damage in history' - WND.com

US threatened with 'heaviest damage in history' WND.com Reza Kahlili, author of the award-winning book "A Time to Betray," served in CIA Directorate of Operations, as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, counterterrorism expert; currently...
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Reviving a Revolutionary War landmark - Daily Press

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Reviving a Revolutionary War landmark Daily Press And not until the introduction of the Historic Area's interactive street drama "Revolutionary City" a decade later did Colonial Williamsburg decide to build upon that forgotten landmark and its rich...

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The biggest yard sale in history: U.S. military racing to sell off or scrap $50BILLION of equipment in Afghanistan before it can fall into Taliban hands

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Billions worth of hardware from a decade of war is being auctioned off online - much of it even available to civilians in the U.S.

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WWI armistice signed, but 10000 still died - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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WWI armistice signed, but 10000 still died
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Nearly 100 years after his death, they still come to see Thomas Enright's tombstone at St. Mary's Cemetery in Lawrenceville.

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Joy Kinley's curator insight, November 12, 2013 12:15 PM

The actual treaty was signed early in the day but the fighting was to end at 11am to make sure that all commanders knew about it.  The problem was that some French, British, and American leadership decided to keep fighting until 11am for further promotion.  This led to many more needless deaths.