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ISIL had perpetrated sectarian killings and war crimes in both Iraq and Syria. Only three Colored divisions were formed during the war. Manuel Noriega, who was accused of election fraud and drug trafficking, he launched the massive Operation Just Cause to capture Noriega in December 1989. This page will include obituaries for military personnel who served during World War Two. The two world wars together were a major cause of change in the global distribution of power.

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Publisher: Naval & Military Press (July 25, 2015)

ISBN: B0144Q3EWQ

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