Charlebois, Jeff
October 2014
Ability;Oct/Nov2014, p8
The article focuses on various historical developments in the world. At the turn of the nineteenth century, the rough riding American President, Teddy Roosevelt often carried along a big stick with him. The German army led by their leader Adolf Hitler was defeated by the Russian army during the Second World War.


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