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Gas Warfare in WWII- Part I


Lead: Poison gas was used widely for the first time during World War I. So horrific was this experience that most countries drew back from its use, but that was not exactly the way it turned out. Intro: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts. Content: In 1925 the major

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Descartes


Lead: Considered by many to be the seminal modern thinker, René Descartes remains an integral part of the philosophical canon. Intro: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts. Content: Born in 1596, the year of the Declaration of Nantes with which French King Henry IV laid the foundation of religious

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Napoleon at Waterloo IV


Lead: From 1793 Napoleon increasingly dominated the affairs of France and Europe and, though defeated and banished in 1815, Napoleon’s legend grew during his life and showed no signs of going away after his death. Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts. Content: Napoleon Bonaparte died in 1821 at

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