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Книга Britannica publication of the yr 2008, occasions of 2007 Britannica publication of the 12 months 2008, occasions of 2007 Книги Энциклопедии Год издания: 2008 Формат: djvu Издат.:Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Страниц: 880 Размер: 23,5 ISBN: 159339425X Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:The Britannica e-book of the yr 2008 is an unequaled accounting of the folks, the occasions, and the traits that made 2007 memorable. not just will articles and certain studies describe in exact aspect the previous 12 months, yet you may also entry 1000s of statistical proof on the planet facts part. This one-volume beautifully-bound hardcover actually is the final word evaluation of 2007. examine the world's sizzling spots, find out about the newest cultural and social tendencies, and discover new technological advancements. correct issues comparable to international warming, the struggle in Iraq, tensions among Iran and the West, China's exploding financial system, MySpace and fb, and lots of different interesting insights into lifestyles in 2007 make this a reference you are going to keep it up your espresso desk and switch to time and again. interesting, informative, and bold this Britannica best-seller is one e-book you will be proud to possess.

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New York: St. MartinÊs Press, 1997. Sarkar, Sumit. Modern India, 1885ă1947. New York: St. MartinÊs Press, 1989. Wolpert, Stanley. A New History of India, New York : Oxford University Press, 1977. Andersonville Prison Andersonville was the infamous Confederate prison that housed Union prisoners of war (POWs) in 1864ă1865. Andersonville prison was situated just outside Andersonville, Georgia, in Sumter County. Many Confederates referred to it as Camp Sumter. The site was chosen primarily because it was isolated from population centers, was situated along a railroad line, and was surrounded by fertile lands that could produce food for the inmates.

MartinÊs Press, 1989. Wolpert, Stanley. A New History of India, New York : Oxford University Press, 1977. Andersonville Prison Andersonville was the infamous Confederate prison that housed Union prisoners of war (POWs) in 1864ă1865. Andersonville prison was situated just outside Andersonville, Georgia, in Sumter County. Many Confederates referred to it as Camp Sumter. The site was chosen primarily because it was isolated from population centers, was situated along a railroad line, and was surrounded by fertile lands that could produce food for the inmates.

In early spring 1987, Saddam Hussein named Ali Hassan al-Majid | as secretary-general of the administrative zone called the Northern Bureau, which controlled Iraqi Kurdistan. Al-Majid, who soon earned a grisly moniker of Chemical Ali, launched a series of attacks on Kurdish villages, destroying settlements and resettling thousands of Kurds to detention centers in other regions of Iraq. The Kurds resisted this forcible relocation and clashes erupted between them and the government forces. In response, the BaÊathist regime sanctioned the mass killing of anyone who refused to leave their villages.

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