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Laboratory products with security grade 4 (Part 1)

Carrying out weapons and biological tests in the United States is not anything new and dating back to at least the 1930s. During the Cold War, thousands of American citizens became victims to “radiation” experiments at the Atomic Energy. Center and other government facilities, and even after the signing of the International Convention on the Prohibition of Laboratories and the. Production of Weapons and Biological Factors in 1972, the US government continued to do so and after September 11, 2001, it became a sudden and questionable big leap.

The Native American Genocide

One of the interesting things about studying the history of American continents is the discussion of the natives of the continent and the unfriendly (!) Behavior of European immigrants with them. This audio file, attempts to give a though brief, dimensions of these...

Prohibited Literature in America (2) Roots

Roots: The Saga of an American Family written by contemporary American author Alex Haley. In this story, he depicts the life of his family and ancestors. The central message of this story is poor situation of African Americans and the expression of sufferings and...

Monroe Doctrine

The dual principles of US foreign policy were announced in Congress in 1823 by US President Monroe's message. These two principles are: 1) the formation of new colonies; 2) the political restriction of European governments on the Continent. The doctrine was announced...

Divided States (1): Virginia

During the 1620s and 1635s, great economic pressure prevailed in England. Many people became unemployed. The Industrial Revolution had brought about a textile nascent industry that needed to produce as much wool and yarn as it could to spin the wheels of the industry....

The American Revolution – The First Step to Build Holy Land
The independence of the nouveau riche British in America promised to make a modern world based on the oldest aspirations of centers of Jewish wealth and power. The uprising and following it the independence of the thirteen British states against ancient British colonization marked the beginning of a new era of modern aggression and colonization in recent centuries. The country that considered its most important calendar day, 4th July 1776, Independence Day, has been violating the right of independence and life of every nation and people that were on its way from its inception. The path of developing of American influence and colonization from the Indians, Blacks, Mexicans and Latin Americans to all parts of the globe, the origins of these events, the influencers, the flows and events involved, will be discussed in this section.

Monroe Doctrine

Monroe Doctrine

The dual principles of US foreign policy were announced in Congress in 1823 by US President...

The Native American Genocide

The Native American Genocide

One of the interesting things about studying the history of American continents is the discussion of the natives of the continent and the unfriendly (!) Behavior of European immigrants with them. This audio file, attempts to give a though brief, dimensions of these...

Divided States (1): Virginia

Divided States (1): Virginia

During the 1620s and 1635s, great economic pressure prevailed in England. Many people became unemployed. The Industrial Revolution had brought about a textile nascent industry that needed to produce as much wool and yarn as it could to spin the wheels of the industry....

America in the 1980s – Hippies

America in the 1980s – Hippies

The youth of the 1980s by avoid following the elders of their time, abandoned the traditional values ​​and culture of their society and formed a radical society with its own characteristics. They abandoned their families and began a new way of life to protest against...

Laboratory products with security grade 4 (Part 1)

Laboratory products with security grade 4 (Part 1)

Carrying out weapons and biological tests in the United States is not anything new and dating back to at least the 1930s. During the Cold War, thousands of American citizens became victims to “radiation” experiments at the Atomic Energy. Center and other government facilities, and even after the signing of the International Convention on the Prohibition of Laboratories and the. Production of Weapons and Biological Factors in 1972, the US government continued to do so and after September 11, 2001, it became a sudden and questionable big leap.

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