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American Revolution: Yorktown & Victory

Previous: War in the South | American Revolution 101 The War in the West While large armies were doing battle in the East, small groups of men were fighting over large areas of territory in the West. While the commanders of British outposts, such as Forts Detroit and Niagara, were encouraging local Native Americans to attack colonial settlements, the frontiersmen began to band together to fight back.
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Side view of BT-7 Model 1937 Fast Tank

Russian Tanks of World War II, Stalin& 39;s Armoured Might, Tim Bean and Will Fowler. A good overview of the development of Soviet Tanks from the early models based on British and American originals to the excellent Russian designed T-34 and the heavy IS tanks. Bean and Fowler also look at the development of Soviet tank doctrine, the impact of Stalin& 39;s purges on the tank forces, and their use in combat from the small-scale clashes in the Far East to the apocalyptic fighting on the Eastern Front between 1941-45.
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Barley (Hordeum vulgare) - The History of its Domestication

Barley ( Hordeum vulgare ssp. vulgare ) was one of the first and earliest crops domesticated by humans. Currently, archaeological and genetic evidence indicates barley is a mosaic crop, developed from several populations in at least five regions: Mesopotamia, the northern and southern Levant, the Syrian desert and, 900-1,800 miles (1,500-3,000 kilometers) to the east, in the vast Tibetan Plateau.
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How Salt Melts Ice and Prevents Freezing

Salt melts ice essentially because adding salt lowers the freezing point of the water. How does this melt ice? Well, it doesn't, unless there is a little water available with the ice. The good news is you don't need a pool of water to achieve the effect. Ice typically is coated with a thin film of liquid water, which is all it takes.
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Biography of James Buchanan, 15th President of the United States

James Buchanan (April 23, 1791-June 1, 1868) served as America's 15th president. He presided over the contentious pre-Civil War era and was considered a hopeful and strong choice by the Democrats when he was elected. But when he left office, seven states had already seceded from the union. Buchanan is often perceived as one of the worst U.
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