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Today in History, July 16, 1926: Cincinnati's historic Burnet House closed - Cincinnati.com Today in History, July 16, 1926: Cincinnati's historic Burnet House closed  Cincinnati.comOn July 16, 1926, Cincinnati's Burnet House, where Gens. Ulysses S. Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman made plans to end the Civil War, closed.
Slaves to War Slaves to WarAdam Ali
The military elite of the Muslim world was comprised of men who had been captured and forced into service. But to what extent were they subject to slavery?
Today in History: Ex politician Roelf Meyer was born - Roodepoort Northsider Today in History: Ex politician Roelf Meyer was born  Roodepoort NorthsiderOn 16 July 1947, Roelf Meyer was born. He is a former politician and National Party (NP) negotiator at the Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA).
Kazakhstan’s Nuclear Nightmare Kazakhstan’s Nuclear NightmareJoanna Lillis
During the Cold War, nearly a quarter of all the world’s nuclear testing took place in Kazakhstan, in secret. In 1986, a high-profile disaster in Ukraine changed that.
Today in History - Yahoo News Today in History  Yahoo NewsToday in History. Today is Tuesday, July 16, the 197th day of 2019. There are 168 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 ...
Historical Events for 16th July 2019 1465 - Battle at Montlhéry between Louis XI and the League of the Public Weal
1926 - National Geographic takes 1st natural-color undersea photos
1941 - 100°F (38°C) highest temperature ever recorded in Seattle, Washington
1942 - Jews transported from ...
Oil and Water: The Tanker Wars Oil and Water: The Tanker WarsMartin S. Navias
The Strait of Hormuz has become a fraught passage in the Tanker Wars between Iran and Iraq.
A Well-Trodden Road Author: 
Summary: An admirable retelling of the traditional history of appeasement.
A Well-Trodden Road

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