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  • ...es [[strategic bombing]] policy for years afterwards, the '''Revolt of the Admirals''' initially appeared to be a funding argument between the [[B-36]] bomb ...is generally seen as having been won by the Air Force, sending a number of admirals into retirement.
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  • ...fter the war, and retiring as a [[vice admiral]] after the [[Revolt of the Admirals]]. ...e [[Battle of Leyte Gulf]], as part of [[United States Third Fleet]] under Admiral [[William Halsey]].
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  • ...es [[strategic bombing]] policy for years afterwards, the '''Revolt of the Admirals''' initially appeared to be a funding argument between the [[B-36]] bomb ...is generally seen as having been won by the Air Force, sending a number of admirals into retirement.
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  • ...s Atlantic and the First Fleet; retired as a result of the [[Revolt of the Admirals]]
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  • ...nd his life derives largely from two sources. The historian [[Thucydides]] admired him and refused to criticise him. His account is weakened by the fact tha ...Athenian control since 458 BC, beat a small Athenian army and successfully revolted. [[Euboea]], crucial to Athenian control of the sea and food supplies, an
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  • ...-109</ref> In later histories of the [[Arab Revolt (First World War)|Arab Revolt]], there are many references to her maps. Hogarth had urged Admiral [[Reginald Hall|Reginald "Blinker" Hall]], head of British military intel
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  • During her stay in Scotland, Mary came home for a holiday and met an admirer of her father, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and his 17-year-old wife Harriet. In ...a kind of relationship between the two of them or if it was only Mary’s admiration. Very soon, she understood that she had no chance because Beauclerk ma
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  • ...only represented English constituencies. Of [[Walter Scott]]'s political admirers, Gladstone was possibly the most ardent, genuine and significant. Scott' ...ned unshaken after the right wing, calling themselves "Liberal Unionists," revolted and joined the Conservatives in opposing Home Rule, and after the radical
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  • ...only represented English constituencies. Of [[Walter Scott]]'s political admirers, Gladstone was possibly the most ardent, genuine and significant. Scott' ...ned unshaken after the right wing, calling themselves "Liberal Unionists," revolted and joined the Conservatives in opposing Home Rule, and after the radical
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  • ...nt as civilian head of the [[Royal Navy]] (his title was First Lord of the Admiralty), where he planned the failed attack on Turkey in the [[Gallipoli Campa ...nched successfully in June 1944. Despite complaints by senior generals and admirals that Churchill interfered too much in military matters, he was successfu
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  • ...ation Front (FLN). The rebels proclaimed a committee of public safety; the revolt spread to Corsica. In Paris the National Assembly voted emergency powers to ...he concluded that keeping in the face of a widespread popular anti-French revolt was too costly economically and against France's ideal policy of a focus on
    27 KB (4,160 words) - 14:39, 28 July 2014
  • ...wage]] focus as simplistic. Harshaw applauded some Sirota suggestions as "admirably specific, occasionally realistic and arguably on the side of the angels | title = The Uprising: An Unauthorized Tour of the Populist Revolt Scaring Wall Street and Washington
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  • ...ity; Thiers was hated by Parisians for his role in putting down the [[1834 revolt of Paris]]; The National Assembly, which seemed to under-represent the Pari ...re destroyed by shellfire and a scorched earth policy was followed by some revolters. Around 25,000 Parisians died and a thousand soldiers. Almost 40,000 pri
    42 KB (6,597 words) - 19:31, 5 February 2013
  • ...ness dates from the early 1890s: his hatred of Western imperialism and his admiration for Japan's successful of modernization, drew him again and again to J ...ity, raising funds and recruiting followers. Several of his most ambitious revolts were staged with foreign assistance, one from Japanese-controlled [[Taiwan
    18 KB (2,700 words) - 23:21, 31 October 2013
  • When Captain Newport, his Admiral, Sir [[George Somers]], and the new governor, Sir [[Thomas Gates]], final ...d a large naval force under the [[Admiral de Grasse]]. On [[September 5]], Admiral de Grasse defeated British navy at the [[Battle of the Virginia Capes]].
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  • ...tive and dangerous role in helping to stamp out the continuing proletarian revolt. At first he supported [[Louis-Napoleon]], then turned against him, becomi Hugo admired Voltaire. From the previous generation, Chateaubriand had an influence o
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  • ...dvance the larger national interest as well the cause of peace. Always an admirer of Britain, and lionized on his visit there in 1839, he considered good A ...ing slaves from one American port to another (which was legal). The slaves revolted and landed in Bermuda, where Britain set them free. Britain agreed to pay
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  • ...the Navy as a counterforce. The commander of the Yokusuka Naval Base, Rear Admiral [[Mitsumasa Yonai]], guarded the Navy Ministry and gathered warships and ...old the members of the Supreme War Council that the Army must suppress the revolt. At noon, Kawwashima sent Yamashita to the rebel command post with an answe
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  • ...: Attack on liberal reforms; defeat of Equal Rights Amendment; rise of tax revolt; rise of Christian Coalition and other political groups of the religious Ri ...ents; campaign for more value-oriented school curriculum; expansion of tax revolt; attack on entitlements; return to a belief in equality of opportunity.
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  • ...." It is not known if Chaucer was in the city of London at the time of the revolt, but if he was, he would have been able to see the rebels quite easily from ...e. Many of the manuscripts of Chaucer's works contain material from these admiring poets and the later [[romantic era]] poets' appreciation of Chaucer was
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