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Small Scale Raiding Force

The Small Scale Raiding Force (SSRF) was created in 1942 by the Chief of Combined Operations, Lord Louis Mountbatten. He, unlike some senior military commanders, believed in the use of specialist soldiers trained in sabotage. The SSRF was to be an amphibious force, which numbered no more than fifty men and it was placed directly under Mountbatten's command.
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Thomas Wolfe Memorial

Located in Asheville, the Thomas Wolfe Memorial is a historic site that is reminiscent of the life and writings of Thomas Wolfe — a celebrated American novelist of 20th century. Presently, it is one of the oldest edifices surviving in the Asheville, North Carolina area.Originally known as & 34;Old Kentucky Home,& 34; the North Carolina home has been a memorial to Wolfe since 1949.
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Kilty DD- 137 - History

Kilty(DD-137: dp. 1,090; 1. 314& 39;5& 34;; b. 31& 39;9& 34;; dr. 8& 39;6& 34;; s. 35k. cpl. 113; a. 4 4& 34;, 1 1-pdr.; cl. Wickes)Kilty ( DD-137) was launched 25 April 1918 by the Mare Island Navy Yard, ValleJo, Calif.; sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Harrison Shapley; and commissioned 17 December 1918, Lt.
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The Tet Offensive

The Tet Offensive saw the North Vietnamese change their tactics in their war against the SVA and America. The Tet Offensive witnessed a huge conventional attack by the North. Every year on the last day of January, the Vietnamese pay tribute to their ancestors. The Tet New Year is a very important day for the Vietnamese and nearly all-normal day-to-day activities stop to allow those who can the opportunity to celebrate the lives of their ancestors.
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