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  1. United Nations (29685 bytes)
    3: ...t of the organization, are able and willing to fulfill these obligations. The General Assembly determi...
    5: ...[[World War II]], to refer to the [[Allies]]. Its first formal use was in the [[1942]] [[Declaration b...
    20: ...I]], the [[Allies]] used the term "United Nations Fighting Forces" to refer to their alliance. From Au...
    24: ...945]], after the Charter had been ratified by the five permanent members of the [[United Nations Secur...
    26: ...y architech [[Oscar Niemeyer]]. UN headquarters officially opened on [[January 9]], [[1951]]. While th...
  2. George Washington (29551 bytes)
    19: ...ary War]] ([[1775]]–[[1783]]) and later the first [[President of the United States]] under the [...
    21: ...generally recognized as one of the most important figures in U.S. history. Unlike many other [[revolut...
    26: ... he trained as a [[surveyor]] (obtaining his certificate from the [[College of William and Mary]]) and...
    31: ... now commissioned a [[lieutenant colonel]] in the First Virginia Regiment, led a mission into the Ohio...
    33: ...ton was acclaimed as a hero, and he commanded the First Virginia Regiment throughout the rest of war. ...
  3. Andrew Jackson (23546 bytes)
    18: ... lived on the American [[frontier]], and thus the first not primarily associated with one of the origi...
    22: ...When he refused to clean the boots of a British officer, the irate redcoat slashed him with a sword, g...
    26: ...ave been "tough as old hickory" wood on the battlefield, which gave him his nickname. The war, and par...
    32: ...lection, 1828|second attempt]] in [[1828]] as the first nominee of the [[Democratic Party (United Stat...
    34: ...John Adams. Jackson's election represented a significant break from that past.
  4. James Buchanan (15634 bytes)
    13: | '''Term of Office:'''
    37: | '''[[First Lady of the United States|First Lady]]:'''
    50: ...[[resident]] of [[Pennsylvania]] to hold that [[office]]. He has been criticized for failing to preve...
    53: ...hairman of the Committee on the Judiciary (Twenty-first Congress). He was not a candidate for renomin...
    57: ...c Party|Democrat]] to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Willia...
  5. Andrew Johnson (12662 bytes)
    10: | '''Term of Office:'''
    27: | '''[[First Lady of the United States|First Ladies]]:'''
    42: ...impeachment|impeach]] him in [[1868]]; he was the first President to be impeached. He was subsequently...
    48: ...n of the Committee on Public Expenditures (Thirty-first and Thirty-second Congresses).
    53: == National office ==
  6. Grover Cleveland (20963 bytes)
    8: <tr><td>'''Term of Office:'''</td><td>
    21: <tr><td>'''[[First Lady of the United States|First Ladies]]:'''</td><td>[[Rose Cleveland]] (siste...
    25: ...], [[List of leaders who died in office|died in office]])<br>
    36: ...c Office is a Public Trust" as his trademark of office, and was later elected, [[Governor of New York]...
    39: ...d_wedding.png|left|thumb|Grover Cleveland was the first and only President married in the White House....
  7. Jordan (20715 bytes)
    19: | '''[[Official language]]'''
    69: ...ameluks]], [[Ottoman Empire|Ottoman]] Turks, and, finally, the British. At the end of [[World War I]],...
    75: ...erritory occupied by Israel and believes that its final status should be determined through direct neg...
    77: ...nty and security of the Hashemite state, and open fighting erupted in June 1970.
    79: ...n ministers meeting at Cairo had arranged a cease-fire beginning the following day. Sporadic violence ...
  8. Andorra (11532 bytes)
    18: | '''[[Official language]]''': || [[Catalan language|Catalan]...
    69: ...harter to the Andorran people in return for their fighting the [[Moors]]. Overlordship over the territ...
    81: ...oroughly modernized in 1993, the year in which it finally became a member of the United Nations.
    87: ..., [[legislative]], and [[judicial]] branches. Ratified and approved in 1993, the [[Constitution of And...
    101: Befitting its location in the eastern [[Pyrenees]] mou...
  9. Kazakhstan (26806 bytes)
    25: | '''[[Official language]]s'''
    28: | '''[[Official script]]'''
    70: ...that is now Kazakhstan since the [[1st century BC|first century BC]]. From the [[4th century|fourth ce...
    76: ...great resentment against colonial rule during the final years of tsarist Russia, with the most serious...
    80: ...akh Soviet Socialist Republic]] (SSR) contributed five national divisions to the Soviet Union's World ...
  10. Argentina (30219 bytes)
    10: official_languages = [[Spanish language|Spanish]]|
    52: ...lver]]). The origin of this name goes back to the first voyages made by the [[Spain|Spanish]] conquero...
    59: ...rimarily [[United Kingdom|British]], came in such fields as railroads and ports. As in the [[United St...
    63: ...ionized workers. In [[1947]], Per󮠡nnounced the first 5-year plan based on the growth of industries ...
    65: ...is allowed the government to imprison persons indefinitely without charge.
  11. East Timor (13677 bytes)
    12: The [[Portugal|Portuguese]] were the first [[Europe]]ans to arrive in the area in the [[1...
    32: ...president]], who is elected by popular vote for a five-year term and whose role is largely symbolic, t...
    34: ...at present, due to this being its first term of office. The Timorese [[constitution]] was modelled on ...
    66: ...0 peacekeepers (8,000 at peak) and 1,300 police officers, led to substantial reconstruction in both ur...
    68: ...ause the existing arrangement benefited Australia financially. This dispute remains unresolved.
  12. Republic of Ireland (25543 bytes)
    1: ...ion of Ireland|Irish constitution]] the state's official name is simply '''Ireland''' (Irish: ''[[ɩre...
    13: national_anthem = ''[[Amhrᮠna bhFiann]]'' |
    14: official_languages = [[Irish language|Irish]], [[Engli...
    58: ...ted term for the state, ''Ireland'' is used for official purposes such as treaties, government and leg...
    60: ...'. Historically the state has had more than one official title. The revolutionary state established by...
  13. Portugal (61755 bytes)
    7: ...European Union]]) in [[1986]]. Portugal made significant social and economic progress in the subsequen...
    15: In the early [[first millennium BC]], several waves of [[Celts]] i...
    17: ...success was only achieved by bribing Lusitanian officials to kill their own leader. During this period...
    31: ...n I]]), with the help of [[Nuno ?vares Pereira]], finally defeated the Castilians in Portugal's most h...
    40: ...ces in geographic knowledge. The discoveries were financed by the wealth of the [[Order of Christ]], a...
  14. United Kingdom (37269 bytes)
    12: official_languages = [[Languages in the United Kingdom...
    46: ...inority Languages]]. In each of these, the UK's official name is as follows:
    52: ...>6</sup> Official estimate provided by the UK [[Office for National Statistics]]. As of April 2005, th...
    54: ...untry" to "state", "nation", "union", etc, please first contribute to the extensive discussion of this...
    58: ...ded Wales]] as a [[principality]]) with those of, first, [[Kingdom of Scotland]] and then [[Kingdom of...
  15. Texas (39610 bytes)
    13: OfficialLang = ''None''. [[English language|English...
    46: * official [[state song]] &mdash; ''[[Texas Our Texas]]'...
    52: ..." reputation, especially in [[Western Film|cowboy films]].
    76: ...nquistador]] [[?var N?Cabeza de Vaca]] became the first known European to set foot on Texas.
    94: In 1845, Texas became the first and, to date, only [[diplomatic recognition|in...
  16. Nebraska (13662 bytes)
    10: OfficialLang = [[English language|English]] |
    38: Nebraskans have practiced scientific farming to turn the Nebraska [[prairie]] into a ...
    44: In the [[1860s]], the first great wave of [[Homestead Act|homesteader]]s p...
    45: Many of the first farm settlers built their homes out of [[sod]]...
    55: Nebraska, in common with five other Mid-West states ([[Kansas]], [[Oklahoma]]...
  17. History of the United States (1865-1918) (52094 bytes)
    2: ...[populism]] and the American [[labor movement]]. Finally, the era was capped by U.S. involvement in [...
    7: ...]] to resist readmitting the rebel states without first imposing preconditions. A series of laws, pas...
    11: ... under Abraham Lincoln's plan were abolished; the first Reconstruction Act stated that "no legal State...
    15: ...he Union, they were required to accept it (or the fifteenth after passage of the fourteenth).
    21: ...d blacks going their own ways, and with whites in firm political control. The North allowed white sup...
  18. History of the United States (1945-1964) (29139 bytes)
    8: ... War]] in [[1917]], leaving the Western Allies to fight the [[Central Powers]] alone. Lasting Soviet m...
    11: ...nt [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] (center), and Soviet First Secretary [[Joseph Stalin]] (right)]]
    13: ...in" of the Cold War. In hindsight, [[Yalta]] signified the agreement of both sides that they could sta...
    15: ...nism]]; those contrasts had been simplified and refined in national ideologies to represent two ways o...
    17: ... throughout Eurasia, from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans, with almost no country left unscathed. T...
  19. French Revolution (36529 bytes)
    2: ...end of absolutism and people as subjects and amplifies the power of the people, boosting them to the s...
    21: ...itors of the confidence and stability of France's finances.
    23: ...ly of Notables would restore confidence in French finances, and allow further borrowing until the land...
    25: ...ing the convocation of the Estates-General within five years, but also attempted in the meanwhile to g...
    27: ...8]], and Necker again took charge of the nation's finances. He used his position not to propose new r...
  20. Congress of the United States (41315 bytes)
    5: ...o members, regardless of population. As there are fifty states in the Union, the Senate consists of 10...
    15: ...population of each state, but the total number is fixed by statute at 435 ([[Public Law 62-5]]).
    24: ...tol]] building in [[Washington, D.C.]] hosted its first session of Congress on [[November 17]], [[1800...
    26: ...the United States Congress were televised for the first time on [[January 3]], [[1947]]. Proceedings o...
    28: ==Specific powers held by the Congress ==

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