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1) Aug. 24. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...Aug. 24 President Roosevelt appealed to King Victor Emmanuel, to Hitler, and to President Moscicki of Poland, suggesting direct negotiations between Germany and Poland,...

2) June-Aug. 13. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...June-Aug. 13 Market economy reform plan: the USSR Supreme Soviet ordered major revisions to a program that aimed at accelerating the introduction of a market economy....

3) Aug. 16. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...Aug. 16 A new constitution was adopted in South Vietnam. Premier Khanh was elected president, invested with nearly dictatorial powers. Riots by students and Buddhists...

4) Aug. 30. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...Aug. 30 In a UN-led referendum, the people of East Timor voted by an overwhelming majority for independence from Indonesia. 1 Aug. 31 After the signing of a weak...

5) 1856, Aug. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...1856, Aug U.S. consul general Townsend Harris (1804-78) arrived at Shimoda with instructions to procure a commercial treaty. 1 1858, March-May Growing imperial prestige...

6) 1999, Aug. 31. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...1999, Aug. 31 After the signing of a weak peace accord by the six involved nations, fighting increased in the Democratic Republic of the Congo war and conflict erupted...

7) Aug. 10. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...Aug. 10 TREATY OF BUCHAREST. The Romanians were given the northern Dobrudja, from Turtukaia on the Danube to Ekrene on the Black Sea; the Serbs and Greeks retained...

8) Aug. 16. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...Aug. 16 Soviet-British ultimatum to the Iranian government, demanding the expulsion of all Germans. The shah, whose ties with Germany had been growing closer since...

9) Aug. 5. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...Aug. 5 Gen. Ridgway broke off armistice talks, charging that Communist troops had violated the demilitarization regulations in Kaesong. Talks resumed five days later,...

10) 1766, June-Aug. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...1766, June-Aug More rioting regarding food shortages, which were partly the result of droughts in the preceding year. 1 1769 The Belfast barracks attacked by Steelboys,...

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