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Calvin Coolidge

John Calvin Coolidge Jr. Upon graduating from college, he dropped his first name.Coolidge`s mother, Victoria, died when he was 12 years old. Johnsbury Academy, he entered Amherst College in 1891 and graduated cum laude in 1895.Calvin Coolidge established a law practice in Northhampton, Massachusetts, but soon developed an interest in politics.
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Secret services in the Middle Ages

Here is an intriguing title that smacks of anachronism but which hides a very nice synthesis on a subject very little known and treated: The secret services in the Middle Ages. And one of the intrinsic interests of this book, written by two experts in the field, Éric Denécé and Jean Deuve, is precisely to give us a new general public vision of the Middle Ages and especially of war.
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USS Moody (DD-277)

USS Moody (DD-277) USS Moody (DD-277) was a Clemson class destroyer that served with the Pacific Fleet for most of the 1920s, before being struck off in 1930 because of her worn Yarrow boilers.The Moody was named after William Henry moody, Theodore Roosevelt’s Secretary of the Navy from 1902-1904.The Moody was laid down at Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp.
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Petrarch, a humanist (1304-1374) - Biography

Petrarch was an Italian poet and humanist, author of an important scholarly work in Latin and a poetic work in the vulgar language which marked the Renaissance. We often tend to link humanism and Renaissance, the latter being associated in France at the beginning of the 16th century, with François I; however, humanism was born in the Middle Ages, at least if we define it according to its classical boundaries (late 15th century), and in Italy.
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Overseas Operators of the Gloster Meteor

Overseas Operators of the Gloster Meteor ArgentinaArgentina became the first overseas operator of the Meteor, ordering 100 F Mk.4s in May 1947. Deliveries began later in 1947, and the Meteor remained in service until 1970. The Argentinean Meteors only saw service during the two revolts of 1955. In the first revolt in the summer of 1955 a loyalist Meteor shot down a rebel AT-6 trainer.
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