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The Hossbach Memorandum

The Hossbach Memorandum was written by Friedrich Hossbach, Adolf Hitler's adjutant. In November 1937 Hitler held a highly secret meeting, known as the Hossbach Conference, at the Reich Chancellery to discuss Nazi Germany's future. Some believe that the Hossbach Memorandum clearly indicates that Hitler wanted war so that he could get for Germany the living space in Eastern Europe he believed that Nazi Germany needed.
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The Murder of Matteotti Giacomo Matteotti verbal attacks on Mussolini lead to his murder. Matteotti was one of the brave people in Italy who dared to speak out against Mussolini. Matteotti was a socialist (he was head of the Italian Socialist Party) and therefore shared none of the views of the post-March on Rome Mussolini.
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American Civil War November 1861

November 1861 saw a turn in the weather for the worse and as was to become a norm in the American Civil War, the winter months saw little military activity. However, the suffering of the soldiers in the field increased and disease was as much an enemy for the soldier as was his opponent in the field.
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2011 English city riots

In the immediate aftermath of the August 2011 English riots, the media identified the causes as being centred around a feral underclass of youths who lived in inner city areas and who took advantage of certain opportunities to acquire specific property, mainly electrical equipment and sports clothing.
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Hungarian Secret Police

Hungarian Secret Police The AVO ( A llam v edelmi O sztaly) was Hungary's State Security Agency a much hated and much feared secret police. The work of the AVO was one of the main causes of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising. During this uprising, men known to be in the AVO were publicly lynched in Budapest in front of large crowds and money stuffed into their mouths.
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Feminism

The basic assumption shared by all feminists is that women suffer certain injustices on account of their sex. Feminists stress the importance of gender divisions in society and it portrays these divisions as working to the overall advantage of men. Although feminists are united with their common desire for sexual justice and their concern for women's welfare, there is a range spectrum of feminist views.
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