WDLR Album: A Unique Record of British 60cm Gauge Railways

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Although women were near the front lines, working as nurses, they were rarely engaged in fighting themselves. As a result of a May 1942 Gallup Poll showing strong support for the naturalization of Filipinos, the Filipino Naturalization Bill was passed. Isolationists and balance-of-power advocates joined forces to strenuously oppose joining the League, and their campaign gained momentum when a stroke (kept secret from the public) forced Wilson into seclusion for months.

Pages: 256

Publisher: RCL Publications; First edition (July 30, 2014)

ISBN: 095651572X

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