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During World War lI, the Allies were able to go on the offensive against Japan after

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Answer: The pearl harbour attack.
 The Japanese had succeeded in their surprise attack, but had also miscalculated USA ability to wo wage war on two fronts. The attack also united the allies.
The Japanese intention was to establish hegemony in the South East Asia.
 

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Who was the spanish conquistador that conquered the Incas?

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Answer: Francisco Pizarro

Francisco Pizarro was a Spanish conqueror who led the the conquest of Peru (at that time known as the Inca Empire) at the beginning of the sixteenth century.

He achieved his goal with the help of various local indigenous groups, because the Inca empire was already fractured by the civil war in that moment in a power struggle between Huascar and Atahualpa for the Inca throne.

In this civil war, Atahualpa won and ordered to kill Huascar and his entire family. It should be noted that thousands of people died as well. That is why, when the Spaniards arrived, there were few survivors, among whom there were many indigenous people who were unhappy with the death of Huascar and gave their support to Pizarro to end with the life of Atahualpa.

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Pizarro

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Short term effect of the manhattan project

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The Manhattan Project led to both depredation and success. Facing the likelihood of an invasion of Japan, which would result in hundreds of thousands of American casualties, President Harry Truman searched for possible alternatives to this dreadful situation. The best alternative was to bomb Japanese cities until Emperor Hirohito accepted terms of unconditional surrender. After searching for several possible targets, Hiroshima and Nagasaki were selected. On August 6, 1945, Little Boy, the gun-type bomb, was dropped on Hiroshima killing an estimated 60 to 70 thousand people. Three days later, Fat man, the implosion bomb was dropped on Nagasaki killing approximately 40,000 people, and on August 15 Japan abdicated to the United States and its allies unconditionally. This officially ended World War II and launched the world into the Atomic Age.
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The short Manhattan Project was started by President Harry Truman. Even of the bad fail result of the Japanese Army, Emperor Hirohito didn't accept to sign into treaty surrender paper. After that, Hiroshima and Nagasaki were selected. On August 6, 1945,a first bomb, named Little Boy, was dropped on Hiroshima killing an estimated 60 to 70 thousand people. Three days later, the second bomb, named Fat Man, was dropped on Nagasaki killing approximately 40,000 people, so then on August 15 Japan surrendered United States and its allies unconditionally. This officially ended World War II and let the world into the Atomic Age.
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The idea that governments exist only by the consent of the people was first popularized by which enlightenment philosopher A. Thomas Jefferson
B. John Locke
C. Thomas Hobbes
D Baron de Montesquieu

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The correct answer is B) John Locke.


John Locke is a famous Enlightenment philosopher that wrote the book called Two Treatises of Government. This book included ideas that would be used by several different countries, including the US. One of the most popular ones was the idea that the political power within a country resides in its citizens, not the government leaders. 

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John Locke

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Which minority group was the most affected by the massive migration of MidWestern farmer to the Southwest? 1.Mexican immigrants
2.Native American
3.African Americans
4.Irish Americans

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The answer to this question is :
1. Mexican immigrants
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According to the economic policy of mercantilism how did colonies benefit The parent European country?

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Explanation: The colonies were able to continue to exist by support from their European benefactors. Without the capital and support of the "mother" country the colonies would have failed to thrive. Jamestown is an example of this failure, because they no longer received necessary infusions of capital.

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[25 POINTS] Must be promptly or accurately RIGHT ANSWER! or get Report Reinforcement of hummingbird squash is in fox light.

What does it mean? Consult the “Navajo Code Talkers' Dictionary” to decode the message.

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Answer:

Reinforcement of fighter planes squadron is in flight

Explanation:

The 29 original ones developed the code with Philip Johnston (a son of missionaries and Navajo speaker) at the Marine base in Oceanside California in 1942. 400 were traine…

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What was the most influential Chinese dynasty?

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Well it would be the Song, Ming, Han, or the Ch'in dynasty given the fact that a dynasty is a line of rulers from the same family .... See which one it is out of the 4 I listed :)


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As a result of the violent revolts in France in July 1830, Charles X

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As a result of the violent revolts in France in July 1830, Charles X  gave up the throne and fled for Great Britain.

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Charles X was King of France and Navarre from 1824 until his forced abdication in 1830. He succeeded Louis XVIII and reigned for almost six years until the Revolution of July 1830, which forced his abdication and elected Louis Philip I, Duke of Orleans as the new king.

Upon the death of his brother, Louis XVIII in 1824, who had restored the Bourbon monarchy in France, ascended the throne. He tried to restore the Old Regime, which brought him enormous unpopularity.  

In March 1830 the conflict with the assembly began, which opposed the appointment by the king of Auguste Polignac as prime minister. The House of Representatives, having denied a vote of confidence to the Polignac ministry, was disbanded, but the elections were in favor of the opposition. Despite the success of the Algiers expedition (July 4), the ordinances of July 25, 1830, dissolving the House, which by the way had not yet met, amending the Charter and suppressing press freedom, sparked the 1830 revolution and the abdication of the monarch on August 2.

Charles X first went to the United Kingdom, then moved to Prague and Görz (now Gorizia, Italy), where he died on November 6, 1836.

The French Revolution of 1830, also known as the July Revolution, Second French Revolution or Trois Glorieuses in French, saw the overthrow of King Charles X, the French Bourbon monarch, and the ascent of his cousin Louis-Philippe, Duke of Orléans, who himself, after 18 precarious years on the throne, would in turn be overthrown in 1848.
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What was president hoovers strategy for ending the Great Depression

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Okay President Hoover's deeply held philosophy of American individualism, which he maintained despite extraordinary economic circumstances, made him particularly unsuited to deal with the crisis of the Great Depression.

Explanation: He greatly resisted government intervention, considering it a path to the downfall of American greatness.

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