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On December 26th, 1776, George Washington crossed the Delaware on his way to where?
On December 26th, 1776, George Washington crossed the Delaware on his way to where?
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On December 26th, 1776, George Washington crossed the Delaware on his way to where?
On December 26th, 1776, George Washington crossed the Delaware on his way to where?
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“Don’t give up the ship” were the dying words of a US Naval captain in the…
“Don’t give up the ship” were the dying words of a US Naval captain in the…
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James Lawrence was mortally wounded as commander of the USS Chesapeake and the battle cry quickly became part of history.
James Lawrence was mortally wounded as commander of the USS Chesapeake and the battle cry quickly became part of history.
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How many presidents have served active military duty?
How many presidents have served active military duty?
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How many presidents have served active military duty?
How many presidents have served active military duty?
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The Korean War marked the first widespread use of US ____ in wartime.
The Korean War marked the first widespread use of US ____ in wartime.
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The Korean War marked the first widespread use of US ____ in wartime.
The Korean War marked the first widespread use of US ____ in wartime.
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Germany tried to forge an alliance with ____ in a secret telegram that eventually led to the US entering WWI.
Germany tried to forge an alliance with ____ in a secret telegram that eventually led to the US entering WWI.
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 "We make Mexico a proposal of alliance on the following basis: make war together, make peace together, generous financial support and an understanding on our part that Mexico is to reconquer the lost territory in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.”
"We make Mexico a proposal of alliance on the following basis: make war together, make peace together, generous financial support and an understanding on our part that Mexico is to reconquer the lost territory in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.”
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How far into Mexico did the US Army advance during the Mexican-American War?
How far into Mexico did the US Army advance during the Mexican-American War?
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The capture of Mexico City by General Scott signaled the end of the war.
The capture of Mexico City by General Scott signaled the end of the war.
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How long did it take for a ceasefire to be signed after the ground campaign started in Operation Desert Storm?
How long did it take for a ceasefire to be signed after the ground campaign started in Operation Desert Storm?
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How long did it take for a ceasefire to be signed after the ground campaign started in Operation Desert Storm?
How long did it take for a ceasefire to be signed after the ground campaign started in Operation Desert Storm?
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In the middle of the war, the British tried to make peace with America by granting them all of their original demands.
In the middle of the war, the British tried to make peace with America by granting them all of their original demands.
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Parliament offered the colonies a level of autonomy in 1778, but Congress demanded independence and the full withdrawal of the King’s troops.
Parliament offered the colonies a level of autonomy in 1778, but Congress demanded independence and the full withdrawal of the King’s troops.
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How many years did the Revolutionary War last?
How many years did the Revolutionary War last?
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How many years did the Revolutionary War last?
How many years did the Revolutionary War last?
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When General MacArthur famously declared “I shall return,” what was he talking about?
When General MacArthur famously declared “I shall return,” what was he talking about?
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When General MacArthur famously declared “I shall return,” what was he talking about?
When General MacArthur famously declared “I shall return,” what was he talking about?
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What was General Sherman’s “Christmas gift” to Lincoln?
What was General Sherman’s “Christmas gift” to Lincoln?
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Savannah signified the end of General Sherman’s March to the Sea from Atlanta. Sherman wrote to Lincoln on December 26th of 1864: “I beg to present you as a Christmas gift the city of Savannah, with one hundred and fifty guns and plenty of ammunition, also about twenty-five thousand bales of cotton.” The march destroyed the infrastructure and psyche of the Confederacy beyond repair.
Savannah signified the end of General Sherman’s March to the Sea from Atlanta. Sherman wrote to Lincoln on December 26th of 1864: “I beg to present you as a Christmas gift the city of Savannah, with one hundred and fifty guns and plenty of ammunition, also about twenty-five thousand bales of cotton.” The march destroyed the infrastructure and psyche of the Confederacy beyond repair.
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What US government building in Washington DC did not get destroyed during the war of 1812?
What US government building in Washington DC did not get destroyed during the war of 1812?
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The patent office survived after the Superintendent of Patents convinced the British troops to leave it unharmed.
The patent office survived after the Superintendent of Patents convinced the British troops to leave it unharmed.
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The Gulf of Tonkin resolution gave President Johnson ____
The Gulf of Tonkin resolution gave President Johnson ____
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The Gulf of Tonkin resolution gave President Johnson ____
The Gulf of Tonkin resolution gave President Johnson ____
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How many assaults did the Alamo withstand before falling to Santa Anna?
How many assaults did the Alamo withstand before falling to Santa Anna?
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How many assaults did the Alamo withstand before falling to Santa Anna?
How many assaults did the Alamo withstand before falling to Santa Anna?
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Which beach was the American Army tasked with taking on D-Day?
Which beach was the American Army tasked with taking on D-Day?
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The 4th Division took Utah Beach, and the 29th and 1st Divisions took Omaha Beach. British troops came ashore on Gold Beach and Canadian forces attacked Juno Beach. Another British division Sword Beach.
The 4th Division took Utah Beach, and the 29th and 1st Divisions took Omaha Beach. British troops came ashore on Gold Beach and Canadian forces attacked Juno Beach. Another British division Sword Beach.
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Who won the famous Battle of the Ironclads?
Who won the famous Battle of the Ironclads?
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It was the first naval battle between iron warships and word quickly spread.
It was the first naval battle between iron warships and word quickly spread.
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