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28 October 1944

28 October 1944October 1944 > November DiplomacySoviet-Bulgarian armistice is signed in MoscowEastern FrontGerman troops begin to pull out of AlbaniaHow to cite this article: Rickard, J (28 December 2007), 28 October 1944, http://www.
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Phillip II and Government

Philip II, as head of the government of Spain, believed in the divine right of monarchs and used this to justify a number of immoral and illegal acts, such as ordering murders. Philip developed a system of regional self-government with viceroys answering to him and he ruled as an absolute monarch. Philip II was Chief Minister and he appointed Secretaries of State to aid him.
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Janos Kadar

János Kádár was a hard-line Hungarian communist leader who supported Soviet intervention in Hungary in the 1956 Hungarian Uprising. Kádár was everything that Imre Nagy was not and the end result of the Uprising was that Nagy was imprisoned and eventually executed while János Kádár was, with the full support of Moscow, made the head of government in Hungary.
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How Doug Jones Brought KKK Church Bombers to Justice

In a special election on December 12, 2017, Alabama chose Democrat Doug Jones over Republican and alleged sexual predator Roy Moore. Jones will now head to the U.S. Senate, bringing to a close an election that drew national and international attention—unusual for a state election, but even more so for Alabama.
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9 February 1945

9 February 1945War at SeaGerman submarine U-923 sunk with all hands in Kiel BayGerman submarines U-864 sunk off BergenWestern FrontBritish and Canadian troops break through the Siegfried Line and reach the RhineUS 6th Army eliminates the Colmar PocketEastern FrontSoviet troops capture ElbingHow to cite this article: Rickard, J (28 December 2007), 9 February 1945, http://www.
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