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Main causes that triggered World War I

- The sharing of the lands of Africa and Asia in the second half of the nineteenth century generated much disagreement between European nations. While England and France had large territories with many resources to explore, Germany and Italy had to
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Influence Trafficking Influence trafficking is when a person employs his or her prestige and authority in government agencies or individuals to obtain favors and benefits in his or her own personal interest, that of his company or political party. These favors and benefits can be the most varied - advantages in buying or selling goods; government contracts with private companies, positions for relatives or friends, etc.
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Kawasaki Ki-61 'Tony' from below

Kawasaki Ki-61 & 39;Tony& 39; from below Here we see the Kawasaki Ki-61 & 39;Tony& 39; from below, showing its tapering wings with curved tips, and the inline engine that originally convinced the Allies it was a copy of Italian or German fighter.
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Helping Turing: How Three Polish Mathematicians Cracked the Enigma Code

Alan Turing, genius of Enigma code-breaking during World War Two, will be the face on Britain’s next £50 note, which we’ll see in 2021. The three young Polish mathematicians who were the first to crack the new German military Enigma code got their faces on a modest 5 zloty postage stamp in 1983.Revealing the secretLess than six weeks before World War Two began, on 3 September 1939, Lieutenant Gwido Langer, head of the Polish Central Staff’s cipher bureau invited British and French intelligence chiefs to a meeting at his secret cryptology centre at Pyry in the Kabaty woods near Warsaw.
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