Ray Stannard Baker

Ray Stannard Baker was an American journalist, historian, biographer, and author.
And I don't care what it is
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Stare Wierzchowo
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Military Board of Allied Supply
The Military Board of Allied Supply (MBAS) was an Allied agency created in 1918 for the coordination of logistical support of the Allied forces on the Western front in World War I. In March 1918 Colonel Charles G. Dawes, the general purchasing agent for
Russia and the Middle East
Russia has relations with all of the countries of the Middle East. Historically it has been involved in numerous wars there, especially with Turkey and the Ottoman Empire, with Afghanistan, and recently in support of Syria
United Kingdom and the League of Nations
The United Kingdom and the League of Nations played central roles in the diplomatic history of the interwar period 1920-1939 and the search for peace. British activists and political leaders help plan and found the League of Nations, provided much of the
Northern Great Plains History Conference
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Asia–United States relations
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Case-Zablocki Act
The Case-Zablocki Act of 1972 is an American law, still in effect, designed to ensure that Congress would be informed about the international commitments made by executive agreements. The law was named after Democratic Congressman Clement Zablocki of
Combined Shipping Adjustment Board
The Combined Shipping Adjustment Board or Combined Shipping Board was a joint American-British war agency 1942-45 nominally in charge of commercial shipping. It proved ineffective as much more powerful boards, such as the Combined Munitions Assignments
Andrei Simonov
Andrei Dmitrievich Simonov was a Russian Armed Forces major general serving as Chief of the Electronic Warfare Troops of the 2nd Army of the Western Military District