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Qingzhou

outward actions, leading the officials and the populace all to be happy with him. Murong Chao's rule was an arbitrary and incompetent one, and the Southern Yan state suffered greatly, particularly after he provoked Jin (Jin Dynasty (265-420)) by attacking its borders and capturing its people to be trained as replacement musicians in 409. This drew a major attack by the Jin general Liu Yu (Emperor Wu of Liu Song), and in 410, the Southern Yan capital Guanggu (廣固, in modern Qingzhou


Dar es Salaam

the First World War broke out he took part in the operations that resulted in the destruction of the SMS Königsberg (SMS Königsberg (1905)) in German East Africa, and was Mentioned in Despatches in 1915. For his actions leading to the capture of Dar es Salaam he was appointed a Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) on 1 January 1918. WikiPedia:Dar es Salaam Dmoz:Regional Africa Tanzania Localities Dar es Salaam Commons:Category:Dar es Salaam


Laos

ability to train paramilitary forces all over the world and awarded him the Intelligence Star in 1959 for his extraordinary heroic and legendary actions leading these forces in combat. He was assigned with J. Vinton Lawrence to train Hmong (Hmong people) hill tribes in Laos to fight North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao forces. In Laos, Poshepny gained the respect of the Hmong forces with his actions in combat and his victories on the battlefield. He and his Hmong (Hmong people) fighters


Cambodia

was influential in the military's actions leading up to World War II and later became Prime Minister of Japan in 1941. He served under the Emperor (Emperor of Japan) Hirohito, who ruled as a deified figurehead. Another example is the rule of Pol Pot in Cambodia from 1975-78, who led the Khmer Rouge to victory following a devastating civil war. King (Monarch) Norodom Sihanouk returned to reign over Cambodia, but held no executive power. In the United States, Edith


Manhattan

and destruction of 2.6 million pounds of opium, he had been made the scapegoat for the actions leading to British retaliation, and ultimately failing to stem the tide of opium import and use in China. East Asian Studies Nevertheless, Lin Zexu is popularly viewed as a hero of superlative conduct and national service, and whose likeness have been immortalized at various locations around


Taiwan

Square, Manhattan Chatham Square , in Chinatown (Chinatown, Manhattan), contains a statue of Lin, commemorating his early struggle against drug use. Although he has in essence led the war against the debilitating drug with some initial success, with the arrest of 1,700 opium dealers and destruction of 2.6 million pounds of opium, he had been made the scapegoat for the actions leading to British retaliation, and ultimately failing to stem the tide of opium import and use in China. ref>


Vietnam

and was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. It was the site of the end of the Vietnam War during the Fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975, when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed through its gates. year 1965 nota Captain; recipient of the Medal of Honor for actions leading his unit against a larger enemy for in Binh Duong Province, Vietnam; foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign ref


Japan

in the military's actions leading up to World War II and later became Prime Minister of Japan in 1941. He served under the Emperor (Emperor of Japan) Hirohito, who ruled as a deified figurehead. Another example is the rule of Pol Pot in Cambodia from 1975-78, who led the Khmer Rouge to victory following a devastating civil war. King (Monarch) Norodom Sihanouk returned to reign over Cambodia, but held no executive power. In the United States, Edith Wilson (Edith Bolling Galt Wilson) – the second wife of President Woodrow Wilson – took over many of the routine duties and details of the government after her husband had been incapacitated by a stroke. Vice President Dick Cheney of the United States was known to exercise commanding influence over then-president George W. Bush. The nuclear-powered warship completed her shakedown training and, on 2 January 1968, got underway for the Western Pacific. She made an overnight stop at Pearl Harbor on the 7th and 8th and arrived in Sasebo (Sasebo, Nagasaki), Japan, on the 19th. Five days later, the ''Truxtun'' and the zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Australia

artists and people associated with the development of early Canberra. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


United States

consumption, emphasizing protein and fat intake, including saturated fat in addition to leaf vegetables and dietary supplements. In history Historical examples of a "power behind the throne" include Diego Portales of Chile; Martin Bormann of Nazi Germany; General Hideki Tōjō of Japan, who was influential in the military's actions leading up to World War II and later became Prime Minister of Japan in 1941. He served under the Emperor of Japan

States Senate U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee's subcommittee on internal security, her actions leading to her dismissal by Brooklyn College. • The United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration banned bottom trawling off most of its Pacific coast in early 2006 and has restricted the practice severely off its other coasts as well. This Federal regulation affects areas between 3–300 miles from

Special Activities Division. He trained the United States Secret Army (Laotian Civil War) in Laos during the Vietnam War. The Agency was impressed with Poshepny's ability to train paramilitary forces all over the world and awarded him the Intelligence Star in 1959 for his extraordinary heroic and legendary actions leading these forces in combat. He was assigned with J. Vinton Lawrence to train Hmong (Hmong people) hill tribes in Laos to fight North Vietnamese


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