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Alonzo L. Hamby
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Near the end of the Tang Dynasty, Zhu Wen, a general of the rebel Huang Chao, surrendered to the Tang emperor made him a powerful being invited to kill off all eunuchs at court, he controlled the court and forced Emperor Zhaozong and the people to move to.
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Intended as a frankly parti pris textbook on American history from the reelection of Roosevelt to the appointment of Ford, this work attempts to recapture ground from the iconoclastic, economics-oriented, Vietnam-haunted reappraisals common in recent years.
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Production Figures ” To build these tables, I examined all of the sources of information on each make and model, and tried to determine the most. The Japanese imperial year (皇紀, kōki) or "national calendar year" is a unique calendar system in Japan. It is based on the legendary foundation of Japan by Emperor Jimmu in BC.
Kōki emphasizes the long history of Japan and the Imperial dynasty. Kōki dating was used as early asshortly after Japan adopted the Gregorian calendar.
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