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In October 1973, they launched a surprise attack on Israel during the Yom Kippur holiday. Other times, I practiced flying maneuvers like lazy eights, wingovers, spins. This series consists of approximately 620,000 individual Attestation papers and Military Service Act Enlistment forms. S. bears some responsibility for the cycles of violence and economic problems plaguing the continent. Late 1940, the Medical Department dispatched an official Observer (Col. The death rate of Western prisoners was 27.1%, [135] seven times that of prisoners under Germans and Italians. [136] More than 10 million Chinese civilians were made slaves and had to work in mines and war factories. [137] Between 4 and 10 million people were forced to work in Java. [138] Between 1942 and 1945, Roosevelt signed an order which made Japanese Americans go to internment camps.

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