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United States (Military policy)
United States Army (Recruiting, enlistment, etc)
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Charles Edward Wilson; fl. 1891-ca. 1936
Julius BLACK, Donald BURNHAM, Henry Alfred Byroade (diplomat.); 1913-1993, Dorothy Fosdick (political scientist.); 1913-1997, Franklin David MURPHY, Charles H. Percy (American senator.); 1919-, Elliot L. Richardson (American Attorney general.), Paul Anthony Samuelson (American economist.); 1915-, George Swift SCHAIRER, Julian Seymour SCHWINGER, Claude Elwood Shannon (American mathematician and computer scientist.); 1916-2001, Carl STELLATO, John C. WHITE, Robert Roy WHITE, Americans
Protestant churches (United States)
Greece (History, Peloponnesian War, 431-404 B.C.)
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