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  1. United Nations (29685 bytes)
    1: ... and/or some international diplomatic recognition from selected states, but are not UN members. For mo...
    5: The term "united nations" was coined by [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] during [[World War II]], to ...
    20: ... August to October [[1944]], representatives of [[France]], the [[Republic of China]], the [[United Ki...
    24: ...curity Council]] — [[Republic of China]], [[France]], the [[Soviet Union]], [[United Kingdom]], ...
    26: ... land purchased by an 8.5 million dollar donation from [[John D. Rockefeller, Jr.]], and designed by a...
  2. George Washington (29551 bytes)
    26: ...e was initiated as a [[Freemasonry|Freemason]] in Fredericksburg on [[4 February]] [[1752]]. On Lawren...
    28: ==French and Indian War and afterwards==
    31: ...nternational incident, and helped to ignite the [[French and Indian War]], which eventually became the...
    33: ...ition]], which successfully drove the French away from [[Fort Duquesne]].
    37: ...en. In that year, he was chosen as a [[delegate]] from Virginia to the First [[Continental Congress]] ...
  3. Andrew Jackson (23546 bytes)
    18: ...e first president who had lived on the American [[frontier]], and thus the first not primarily associa...
    22: ...trust and dislike of Eastern aristocrats stemming from his feeling that they were too inclined to favo...
    24: ...began to prosper in the rough-and-tumble world of frontier law. He became a colonel in the state milit...
    34: ...ackson's election represented a significant break from that past.
    36: He was also the first President from a state west of the [[Appalachian Mountains]]. ...
  4. James Buchanan (15634 bytes)
    17: | [[Franklin Pierce]]
    50: ...criticized for failing to prevent the [[country]] from [[sliding]] into [[schism]] and the [[American ...
    53: ...uri]]. Buchanan served as Minister to [[Russia]] from [[1832]] to [[1834]].
    55: ...nan then vowed to never marry. Buchanan was close friends with senator [[William Rufus King]], and for...
    57: ...by the resignation of William Wilkins. He served from [[December 6]], [[1834]]; was reelected in [[18...
  5. Andrew Johnson (12662 bytes)
    42: ...tory policies towards the defeated rebels and his vetoes of [[civil rights]] bills embroiled him in a bi...
    48: ...as a member of the State House of Representatives from [[1835]] to [[1837]] and [[1839]] to [[1841]]. ...
    51: ...a|the Confederacy]], Johnson was the only Senator from the seceded states to continue participation in...
    105: ..., enforced by repeated acts passed over Johnson's veto, provided for provisional state governments run b...
    107: ... Cabinet members at will. Johnson had previously vetoed the Act, claiming it was unconstitutional, and ...
  6. Grover Cleveland (20963 bytes)
    21: ...es]]:'''</td><td>[[Rose Cleveland]] (sister)<br>[[Frances Cleveland]] (wife)</td></tr>
    42: ...Swiss cheese and a chop at Louis's instead of the French stuff I shall find."
    44: ...dent to be married in the [[White House]] itself. Frances Cleveland was the youngest First Lady in the...
    46: ..., Cleveland vetoed that, too. Cleveland used the veto far more often than any President up to that time...
    54: ...s it is now when we come back again....four years from today."
  7. Jordan (20715 bytes)
    48: | From the [[League of Nations]]<br>
    77: ...ion -- 700,000 in 1966 -- grew by another 300,000 from the West Bank. The period following the 1967 wa...
    79: ...ver the ''fedayeen'' in July 1971, expelling them from the country.
    86: .... The king signs and executes all [[law]]s. His [[veto]] power may be overridden by a two-thirds vote of...
    88: ...er Chamber of Deputies, elected by [[universal suffrage]] to a 4-year term, is subject to dissolution ...
  8. Andorra (11532 bytes)
    22: | '''[[List of Co-Princes of Andorra|French Co-Prince]]''':
    56: ...er" | <small><sup>1</sup> Prior to 1999: French [[franc]] and Spanish [[peseta]]. Some of their own cu...
    59: ... eastern [[Pyrenees]] mountains and bordered by [[France]] and [[Spain]]. Once isolated, it is current...
    63: The name "Andorra" probably originates from a [[Navarre|Navarrese]] word ''andurrial'', whi...
    69: ...dispute arose between the bishop and his northern French neighbour over Andorra.
  9. Kazakhstan (26806 bytes)
    3: ...ww.stat.kz/en/info/stat-bul/stbr&e0303.pdf], down from 16,464,464 in [[1989]] [http://www.stat.kz/ru/d...
    50: | From [[Soviet Union]], [[December 16]], [[1991]]
    70: ...an since the [[1st century BC|first century BC]]. From the [[4th century|fourth century AD]] through t...
    72: ... the livestock-based economy. The Kazakhs emerged from a mixture of tribes living in the region in abo...
    76: ...ose still further once the [[Trans-Aral Railway]] from [[Orenburg]] to [[Tashkent]] was completed in 1...
  10. Argentina (30219 bytes)
    35: established_dates = from [[Spain]]<br/> [[May 25]], [[1810]]<br/>[[July ...
    52: The name '''Argentina''' is derived from the [[Latin]] ''argentum'' ([[silver]]). The or...
    57: ...port. Buenos Aires formally declared independence from Spain on [[July 9]], [[1816]]. Argentines rever...
    59: ...es&mdash;especially the western pampas&mdash;came from throughout Europe.
    61: ... modern military and labor movements that emerged from the growing urban working class.
  11. East Timor (13677 bytes)
    19: ...ETILIN]] party, which received some vocal support from the [[People's Republic of China]], was communi...
    23: ...]], the East Timorese voted for full independence from Indonesia, but violent clashes, instigated prim...
    32: ...se role is largely symbolic, though he is able to veto some legislation. Following legislative elections...
    34: ...to a five-year term. The number of seats can vary from a minimum of 52 to a maximum of 65, though it e...
    59: ... the south the [[Timor Sea]] separates the island from [[Australia]], while to the west lies the Indon...
  12. Republic of Ireland (25543 bytes)
    40: established_dates = From [[United Kingdom|UK]] by treaty<br>[[21 January...
    58: ... "Republic of Ireland" in order to distinguish it from the island of Ireland as a whole. The name ''Re...
    60: ...dence in [[1922]] it became known as the "[[Irish Free State]]", a name that was retained until [[1937...
    67: ...n [[1911]] when the [[House of Lords]] lost their veto, and [[John Redmond]] secured the Third [[Home Ru...
    69: ...of an independent Irish State whereby the [[Irish Free State]] (in the [[Gaelic|Irish language]] ''Sao...
  13. Portugal (61755 bytes)
    5: ... the country's early history, stemming as it does from the Roman name ''Portus Cale'', a possibly mixe...
    15: ...C]], several waves of [[Celts]] invaded Portugal from [[Central Europe]] and intermarried with local ...
    17: ...Portugal started from the south, where they found friendly natives, the [[Conii]]. Over decades, the R...
    25: ...s. From there they aimed to reconquer their lands from the [[Moors]] (mainly [[Berber]] with some [[Ar...
    27: ...r of the Iberian Peninsula, faced new competition from other regions. The lords of the cities of [[Coi...
  14. United Kingdom (37269 bytes)
    10: ...t mon droit]] (Royal motto)<br>([[French language|French]]: God and my right)''<sup>2</sup></small> |
    56: ...r, although there is also a nominal frontier with France in the middle of the [[Channel Tunnel]]. The ...
    62: ...d). This political usage of "Great Britain" dates from the personal union of the Crowns of Scotland an...
    64: The [[British Isles]] is a term frequently used to refer to the [[archipelago]] whic...
    71: ...nce]] of [[Ulster]], immediately opted out of the Free State and to remain in the UK. The nomenclature...
  15. Texas (39610 bytes)
    38: ...nguage]] of the [[Hasinai]], ''tejas'', meaning ''friends'' or ''allies''; [[Spain|Spanish]] explorers...
    42: ...ist of U.S. state mottos | state motto]] &mdash; "Friendship"
    50: ** flying &mdash; [[Mexican free-tailed bat]]
    57: ...om you talk to (and which part of Texas they come from), Texas forms part of the [[U.S. Southern State...
    62: ...ve flown over its soil: the [[Fleur-de-lis]] of [[France]], and the national flags of [[Spain]], [[Mex...
  16. Nebraska (13662 bytes)
    36: ... of the [[United States]], Nebraska gets its name from a [[Native American]] ([[Otoe tribe|Oto]]) word...
    44: ... Act|homesteader]]s poured into Nebraska to claim free land granted by the federal government.
    47: ...Civil War]]. At that time, the capital was moved from [[Omaha, Nebraska|Omaha]] to Lancaster, later r...
    55: ...al flight"'' as it is called has led to offers of free land and tax breaks as enticements to newcomers...
    59: <i>See: [[U.S. Congressional Delegations from Nebraska|List of Congressmen]] and [[List of Go...
  17. History of the United States (1865-1918) (52094 bytes)
    7: ... attacks on civilian targets and destruction of infrastructure, followed by exploitive economic polici...
    9: ...nforce the civil rights of the formerly enslaved African-Americans in the South.
    15: ...tion|fifteenth]], which extended the franchise to freed citizens. The fourteenth amendment was oppose...
    21: ...id ultimately provide an institutional basis for African-American political mobilization and organizat...
    30: ...feared warriors. The Apaches built their economy from attacking, looting and kidnapping Hispanic farm...
  18. History of the United States (1945-1964) (29139 bytes)
    8: ...ited States]] and [[Britain]] would open a second front on the European continent; but the Allied inva...
    11: ...er [[Winston Churchill]] (left), U.S. President [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] (center), and Soviet First S...
    13: ...came to be called the [[Oder-Neisse Line]]. Aside from a few minor adjustments, this would be the "iro...
    15: ...autarky versus exports, of state planning against free enterprise, were to vie for the allegiance of t...
    17: ...emerge intact&#8212;and even greatly strengthened from an economic perspective&#8212;was the United St...
  19. French Revolution (36529 bytes)
    1: {{French Revolution}}
    2: ...]]'', and eclipses both subsequent revolutions in France in the popular imagination. It downplays the ...
    6: ''See main article [[Causes of the French Revolution]].''
    8: ...As the revolution proceeded and as power devolved from the monarchy to legislative bodies, the conflic...
    21: ...tial creditors of the confidence and stability of France's finances.
  20. Congress of the United States (41315 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Uscongress.gif|right|frame|Seal of the Congress.]]
    13: ... renewed every two years; two members are elected from each [[U.S. state]] by popular vote to serve si...
    15: ...sional district]]s. Only the non-voting delegate from Puerto Rico (known as [[Resident Commissioner o...
    33: ...nt, a [[conference committee]] made up of members from both houses must work out a compromise acceptab...
    69: [[Image:Senate in session.jpg|frame|The impeachment trial of President [[Bill Clin...

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