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Overthrown in September 1991 by a military coup, Aristide fled to the United States. S. interventionist policy in Latin America and elsewhere, helped cause Washington to negotiate a withdrawal in 1924. The C15TA Armoured Truck was an armoured load carrier produced by Canada during the Second World War. The 2nd Battalion of the Worcestershire Regiment is often remembered for its gallant "lone" advance to recapture Gheluvelt at the height of a crisis on 31 October 1914.

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

ISBN: B0144Q023U

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