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  • 1 war — war1 /wawr/, n., v., warred, warring, adj. n. 1. a conflict carried on by force of arms, as between nations or between parties within a nation; warfare, as by land, sea, or air. 2. a state or period of armed hostility or active military… …

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  • 2 Irish Civil War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Irish Civil War caption= Free State snipers near Stephen s Green during the Battle of Dublin. date=June 28 1922 ndash; May 24 1923 (executions and deaths continued after May 1923; amnesty declared on November 8… …

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  • 3 American Civil War — American Civil War …

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  • 4 Angolan Civil War — Part of the Cold War and the South African Border War …

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  • 5 Philadelphia in the American Civil War — Philadelphia during the American Civil War was a significant city in the North providing an important source of troops, money, weapons, medical care, and supplies for the Union. Before the Civil War, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania s economic… …

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  • 6 2011 Libyan civil war — For more details on this topic, see Timeline of the 2011 Libyan civil war. 2011 Libyan civil war Part of the Arab Spring …

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  • 7 Second Anglo-Dutch War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Second Anglo Dutch War caption= date=1665 1667 place=North Sea, English Channel, The Netherlands, Denmark Norway casus= territory= result=Dutch victory, Treaty of Breda, The Dutch Navy becomes the world s… …

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  • 8 Swiss peasant war of 1653 — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Swiss peasant war of 1653 partof= caption= date=January ndash; June 1653 place=Cantons of Lucerne, Berne, Solothurn, Basel, and the Aargau, in the Old Swiss Confederacy casus=Popular revolt territory=… …

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  • 9 Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War — This article details Abraham Lincoln s actions during the American Civil War. Secession winter 1860–1861 As Lincoln s election became more probable, secessionists made it clear that their states would leave the Union. South Carolina took the lead …

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  • 10 List of national border changes since World War I — refers to changes in borders between nations during or since 1914. For information on border changes from the end of the Napoleonic Wars to 1914, see List of national border changes from 1815 to 1914. This is a list of significant boundary… …

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  • 11 Gurkha War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Anglo Nepalese War caption=Balbhadra Kunwar, Gurkha commander of the Anglo Nepalese War date=1814–1816 place=Nepal result=British Victory, Sugauli Treaty combatant1= combatant2=Gorkha commander1=Francis Rawdon… …

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  • 12 Contraband (American Civil War) — Contraband was a term commonly used in the United States military during the American Civil War to describe a new status for certain escaped slaves or those who affiliated with Union forces after the military (and the United States Congress)… …

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  • 13 Boshin War — (1868–1869) caption=Samurai of the Satsuma clan, fighting for the Imperial side during the Boshin War period. Photograph by Felice Beato. date=January 1868 ndash; May 1869 place=Japan result=End of the Shogunate; Restoration of imperial rule… …

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  • 14 Taiwan after World War II — The Republic of China on Taiwan era (zh t|t=中華民國在臺灣), also known as the postwar era (zh t|t=臺灣戰後時期), refers to the period in Taiwan s history, between the end of World War II in 1945 and the present, in which Taiwan and the surrounding islands… …

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  • 15 Chilean Civil War of 1829 — History of Chile This article is part of a series Early History …

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  • 16 Reforms of Amanullah Khan and civil war — Amanullah Khan reigned in Afghanistan from 1919, achieving full independence from the British Empire shortly afterwards.Before final peace negotiations were concluded in 1921, Afghanistan had already begun to establish its own foreign policy,… …

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  • 17 Nonviolent resistance — See also: Nonviolent revolution Nonviolent resistance (or nonviolent action) is the practice of achieving goals through symbolic protests, civil disobedience, economic or political noncooperation, and other methods, without using violence. It is… …

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  • 18 Randall Forsberg — Dr. Randall Caroline Forsberg (July 23, 1943 – October 19, 2007) led a lifetime of research and advocacy on ways to reduce the risk of war, minimize the burden of military spending, and promote democratic institutions. Her career started at the… …

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  • 19 Glen Stassen — Glen Harold Stassen is a noted United States ethicist, professor and Baptist theologian. He is known for his work on theological ethics, politics, social justice, and for developing the Just Peacemaking theory in ethics on the question of war. He …

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  • 20 Council for a Livable World — The Hans Bethe Center is located on Capitol Hill, in Washington D.C. and houses the Council for a Livable World and the Center for Arms control and Non proliferation. Council for a Livable World is a Washington, D.C. based non profit, advocacy… …

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