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  • {{main|Field marshal}} ...[general]], giving them protocol equivalence to British and Soviet [[field marshal]]s:
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  • {{TOC|right}} ...retary of State and sponsored the [[Marshall Plan]] in 1947. He was also Secretary of Defense during part of the [[Korean War]].
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  • {{TOC|right}} ...echnology, not initially policy or targeting, and did much of its work expecting the weapons to be used against Germany. Weapons were ready, however, on
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  • ...ty of today's [[Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff]] or [[Chief of Defence Staff]]. {| class="wikitable"
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude> ...]; Director of the [[Olmsted Foundation]] and a Trustee of the [[George C. Marshall Foundation]]
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  • {{TOC|right}} ...Representatives]]. It met in [[Washington, D.C.]] from March 4, 1869 to March 3, 1871, during the first two years of the first administration of [[Presi
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  • {{TOC|right}} ...itizendium.org/wiki/Category:Politics_Workgroup politics workgroup] for a complete list.'''''
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  • ...pics/sociologists.php |SocioSite.Net] which have been developed by usually credible authors and offer generally reliable information.) {{col-begin}}
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  • {{Image| USCapitol1827A.gif|right|275px|United States Capitol}} {{TOC|right}}
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  • ...was the way to defeat Japan. After the war he was a staunch supporter of [[Chiang Kai-shek]] and the Nationalists. ==Career==
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  • ...ded the rest of China in 1937, quickly controlling the major cities and seacoast. [[Image:Chiang1.jpg|thumb|275px|Chiang (in sunglasses), and Madame Chiang Kai-shek in 1943]]
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  • {{subpages}}{{TOC|right}} [[Image:Ww2-pacific.jpg|thumb|left|Scope of the Second World War in the Pacific]]
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