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Which of the following best describes the 1957 events at Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas? Governor Faubus resisted the school’s integration with National Guard troops, and President Eisenhower sent federal troops to enforce integration. Under Governor Faubus, Little Rock police first fought, then enforced, the order to integrate the school. President Eisenhower sent National Guard troops to resist the school’s integration, but Governor Faubus obtained a court order to dismiss them. President Eisenhower and Governor Faubus worked together to make the integration process run as smoothly as possible.

The correct answer is  Governor Faubus resisted the school’s integration with National Guard troops, and President Eisenhower sent federal troops to enforce integration. After the Supreme Court case Brown vs. Board of Education (1954) the federal government called for the desegregation of schools all across America. This included Central High …

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What did the United States of America do in retaliation against Iran? They sent more troops to the area. They detained Iranian refugees. They froze all Iranian assets. They boycotted oil from the region.

The correct answer should be They froze all Iranian assets They also introduced sanctions and put an embargo on all trade with Iran. They didn’t boycott oil since nobody would do that, and they didn’t send troops out of fear of what would happen to those people. No detaining of …

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Why were the mujahideen fighting in Afghanistan in the 1980s? A.Because U.S. oil companies had taken over the country and took away all the profits B.Because the Iran/Iraq war spread into Afghanistan, as Khomeini and Hussein supported different Afghani groups. C.Because the Soviet Union had troops supporting a Communist government that went against local traditions D.No answer is correct.

The correct answer is C.Because the Soviet Union had troops supporting a Communist government that went against local traditions The soviets sent troops to help a local government of socialists and communists to rule the country. The Mujahadeen were religious and wanted to stop this so they took help from …

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After the United States declared war to Germany approximately how long did it take for over a million Americans troops to arrive in Europe?

It took one year for over a million Americans troops to arrive in Europe after the United States declared war to Germany. On 11 December 1941, four days following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the United States declaration of war against the Japanese Empire, Nazi Germany declared war …

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What was one factor that caused the British to surrender at Yorktown? British soldiers were suffering from disease and refused to fight. George Washington’s soldiers outnumbered the British soldiers two to one. British troops received a false message from the king that the war was over. French and American forces joined together to block the British from getting supplies. Question 13(Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)

Such diverse historical figures as Jesus Christ, napoleon, Julius Caesar, Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Cesar Chavez, are examples of Charismatic leaders. The reason is that they were able to inspire and motivate many followers. They were all good communicators and convinced the audience about …

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Which of the following were influential in Pershing’s decision to amalgamate, or integrate, the U.S. army with the French. Select all that apply. Americans had superior training. American troops were not ready to fight independently. The French persuaded Pershing against his better judgement. Pershing never agreed to amalgamate. American lives would be saved. Americans were able to influence the war at the division level.

Answer: C) Nations begin to rely on each other for things they cannot produce themselves. Explanation: Globalization can lead to interdependence among nations. One of the most common ways in which this happens is through free trade. When two countries trade, they exchange goods and services. If the relationship is …

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The war powers resolution requires the president to withdraw troops within ______________days in the absence of congressional authorization for their continued deployment.

The war powers resolution requires the president to withdraw troops within ______________days in the absence of congressional authorization for their continued deployment.

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PLEASE ANSWER ASAP (WITHIN THE NEXT 5 minutes) The US troops who fought in the Mexican-American War were primarilyThe US troops who fought in the Mexican-American War were primarily? A) Mexican immigrants. B) enslaved workers. C) enlisted men. D) volunteer soldiers.

Answer: C) Nations begin to rely on each other for things they cannot produce themselves. Explanation: Globalization can lead to interdependence among nations. One of the most common ways in which this happens is through free trade. When two countries trade, they exchange goods and services. If the relationship is …

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In preparation for the Battle of _____, Japanese troops built bunkers, dug out tunnels, and turned the island into a veritable fortress

The correct answer is C) Native Americans fought as enemies against the United States in the Battle of the Thames but as allies in the Battle of New Orleans. The statement that best shows the difference between the Battle of the Thames and the Battle of New Orleans is “Native Americans …

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What country led all Arab nations in the number of troops participating in Operation Desert Storm?

The correct answer is A: The Big Three didn’t give Italy the lands that it had been promised before the war. The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty that put an end to World War I. It was led by the Big Three, the winners of the war: David …

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As they moved toward their final military targets in world war 2 allied troops

The Zimmerman Telegram was one of the key reasons the United States declared war on Germany. The Zimmerman Telegram was intercepted by the British and passed along to the Americans in mid-January 1917. On April 2, 1917, the United States congress declared war. But the Zimmerman Telegram was not the …

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In “The Highwayman” how does bess warn the highwayman of danger? A. by firing a gun in the air B. by shouting out to him as he rides up the road C. by running away from the British troops D. By sacrificing her own life

The adaptation that best matches the meaning and tone of the original is B. She’s so beautiful that she stands out from that crowd. In this excerpt from Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is referring to Juliet after seeing her at the Capulets’ feast. For Romeo, Juliet outshines the other women …

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How does the purpose of the excerpt from Queen Elizabeth’s Address to the Troops at Tilbury compare to the excerpt from Response to Parliament’s Request That She Marry?A.Both excerpts inform Queen Elizabeth’s audience of her strategic plans for engaging and defeating the invading army.B.Both excerpts attempt to persuade Queen Elizabeth’s audience that she is willing to sacrifice her life for England’s well-being.C.Both excerpts inform Queen Elizabeth’s audience of the reasons she has come to passionately love and defend England.D.Both excerpts attempt to persuade Queen Elizabeth’s audience that she is the most capable ruler the country has known.

The correct answer is A. A memoir relies on the narrator’s memory, while a biography relies on various other sources and D. A memoir talks about a limited experience in a person’s life, while a biography deals with a larger part Explanation: A memoir is a memory or set of …

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Why does Churchill believe an invasion of British soil is not likely to occur in the near future? A. Because French forces were pushing the Germans back into Poland B. Because American ships were blocking entrance to the English Channel C. Because the enemy did not have a powerful enough air force D. Because the enemy could not keep his troops supplied from such a great distance

Answer: d.) most native americans had the same culture and traditions. Explanation: The Southwest district, extending through present-day Arizona and New Mexico and into Colorado, Texas, Utah, and Mexico, was home to an assortment of Indian gatherings and social practices pre-colonization. In this area abided a few gatherings we aggregately …

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During the Civil War, southern women on the “homefront” engaged in a variety of activities to support the troops in the field. Which is an accurate list of some of the PRIMARY roles that women took on during the war?

Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United …

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How did Hitler’s military strategy change when he attacked Great Britain? He used more tanks. He used more troops. He used heavily armed planes. He used more decoding machines.

Posted in History The confrontation between Great Britain and Hitler´s Germany came to its most intense peak between the years of 1940 and 1941, with the initiation of what is known as the Battle of Britain. In the beginning, Germany wanted to force Britain to peace negotiations after they had …

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In 1992, the United Nations sent troops to which African country which was suffering from the effects of civil war and drought?

Answer: 7- The Persian Gulf War in 1991 came about because the United States wanted to protect G and H against F. 8- Liberals tend to prefer international cooperation in foreign policy. 9- The event that symbolized the end of communism in Europe was the fall of the Berlin Wall. …

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Match the following. 1. Navigation Acts British obtained Canada 2. French and Indian War required colonies to trade only with England 3. Quartering Act British reacted with Intolerable Acts 4. Sugar and Molasses Act tax reduced after boycotts 5. Boston Tea Party philosopher 6. Saratoga turning point of the Revolution 7. George Rogers Clark British allies in the Revolution 8. John Locke captured western British forts 9. Proclamation of 1763 forbade settlement beyond Alleghenies 10. Iroquois required colonists to house troops

Posted in History Here are your matches: Navigation Acts = required colonies to trade only with England   French and Indian War =  British obtained Canada   Quartering Act = required colonists to house troops Sugar and Molasses Act = tax reduced after boycotts   Boston Tea Party = British …

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Which two acts taxed the colonists to fund the British troops stationed in the colonies?

Parliament, outraged by the Boston Tea Party and other blatant acts of destruction of British property, enacted the Coercive Acts, also known as the Intolerable Acts, in 1774. The Coercive Acts closed Boston to merchant shipping, established formal British military rule in Massachusetts, made British officials immune to criminal prosecution …

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General andrew ______ led troops into florida from spain

Answer: D. Worcester v. Georgia Explanation/history: The 1832 case, Worcester v. Georgia, ruled unconstitutional a Georgia law requiring non-Native Americans requiring a license from the state to be on Native American land.  In responding to the case, the Supreme Court asserted that the federal government is the sole authority to deal …

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