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November 27, 1938 – “With All This Peace, Let’s Gear Up For War” – France And Striking Unions

‘Tis the season for subscribing . . .Become a Patron! With the world breathing a cautious, albeit temporary sigh of relief, now that the Munich Crisis was over, news for this November 27th in 1938 had much to do with the goings on in Europe, post-Treaty. In France the big...

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November 18, 1962 – B.K. Nehru – India And China At War – India And Pakistan On The Brink Of War – Full Plates Of Conflict

Become a Patron! In this panel interview for the Meet The Press program from November 18, 1962, Indian Ambassador to the U.S. B.K. Nehru (cousin of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru) discusses the current series of crises India was facing with wars on potentially two fronts; a war with China over...

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November 13, 1997 – A Plague Of UN Weapons Inspectors – A Warning Of Terrorist Attacks – Modernizing The British Parliament

Become a Patron! November 13, 1997 – Another day of anxiety and saber-rattling. It was announced that Baghdad ordered the immediate expulsion of all U.S. weapons inspectors as part of the United Nations team. The move had been announced after a meeting of the Revolutionary Command Council, headed by President...

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November 8, 1951 – Dean Acheson Proposes, Andrei Vishinsky Laughs – UN Arms Limitation Talks – A Quiet Day In Korea

Patrons get perks – seriously! Become a Patron! November 8, 1951 – Busy day for diplomacy and tilting at windmills. Secretary of State Dean Acheson put forth a proposal for the limitation in arms between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Russia’s Andrei Vishinsky thought the proposal ludicrous and laughable....