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Land reform issues during the English civil wars
During the English Civil Wars a number of men turned their attention to serious land problems caused by new economic, religious and political factors which were destroying the feudal manorial land system. This paper is an ...
The First Regiment of Mississippi Infantry in the Mexican War and letters of Jefferson Davis concerning the war
When the Mexican War was officially declared in May, 1846, President James K. Polk called up a large force of volunteer infantry and cavalry for twelve months' service. Mississippi provided a regiment of infantry, riflemen, ...
The Mesopotamian campaign to the fall of Kut-el-Amara: Nov. 1914-April 1916
England made a grave diplomatic and strategical error in the fall of 1914 in allowing Turkey to drift into an alliance with the Central Powers by default. When Turkey entered the war a few months later the British belatedly ...