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Circasiano - Historia

CircassianA native or inhabitant of Circassia, a country northwest of the Caucasus Mountains, formerly independent, now a part of Russia.(ScStr: t. 1,750; 1. 241& 39;; b. 39& 39;; dr. 18& 39;; a. 4 9& 34; sb., 1100-pdr. r., 1 12-pdr. r.)Circassian, an iron screw steamer, was captured 4 May 1862 by USS Somerset; purchased from the prize court at Key West, Fla,, 8 November 1862 outfitted at New York Navy Yard; and commissioned 12 December 1862, Acting Volunteer Lieutenant W.
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Rumania entra en la Primera Guerra Mundial

On August 27, 1916, after Romania declares war on Austria-Hungary, formally entering World War I, Romanian troops cross the border of the Austro-Hungarian Empire into the much-contested province of Transylvania.By the outbreak of war in Europe in 1914, Romania had long been at odds with Austria-Hungary over the issue of territory—specifically Transylvania, which was ethnically Romanian but then part of Hungary.
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Ley del té: definición, cronograma y hechos

The Tea Act of 1773 was one of several measures imposed on the American colonists by the heavily indebted British government in the decade leading up to the American Revolutionary War (1775-83). The act’s main purpose was not to raise revenue from the colonies but to bail out the floundering East India Company, a key actor in the British economy.
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Siegfried Sassoon

Siegfried Sassoon fue uno de los grandes poetas de la Primera Guerra Mundial. La poesía de personajes como Sassoon y Wilfred Owen parecía ser un resumen adecuado de los horrores que muchos habían experimentado durante la guerra. Siegfried Sassoon nació el 8 de septiembre de 1886 en Kent. Nacido en una familia razonablemente acomodada, Sassoon se educó en Marlborough College y Clare College, Universidad de Cambridge, donde estudió Derecho e Historia.
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