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The Brest-Litvosk peace treaty (March 3, 1918)

Because of the civil war between the Bolsheviks and the & 34; white Russians & 34; a peace treaty was signed on March 3, 1918 between the government of Russia and the Central Empires (Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey) in Brest- Litovsk. Convinced then of the need for immediate peace to give a future to the October Revolution, Lenin signed a ceasefire as early as November 1917 and entered into peace negotiations with Germany.
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The Council of Nicaea (May 20, 325)

The first Christian Emperor, Emperor Constantine brings together the First Ecumenical Council in Nicaea, with the aim of establishing the unity of the Church, in the East as in the West. The Council of Nicaea is an important event of the reign of Constantine I because it fixes certain key points of Christian dogma.
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Dictionary of privateers and pirates

Hackers are generating renewed interest among the general public. Scientists are not excluded from this craze: new surveys have helped to renew knowledge on the subject in recent years. Gilbert Buti and Philippe Hrodej offer us a Dictionary of Corsairs and Pirates to explore these adventurers of the seas of the modern era while leaving aside the myths surrounding this universe.
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Hubble Telescope Launched - History

HomeSearch SiteAbout MultiEducatorThe ColoniesFor EducatorsAmerican HistoryWorld TimelineElection CentralNationbyNationPrimary Source Documents20th Century AlmanacAviation HistoryNavy HistoryRailroad HistoryAmerica& 39;s WarsRevolutionary WarWar of 1812Mexican AmericanCivil WarSpanish AmericanWorld War IWorld War IIKorean WarVietnam WarDesert StormEnduring FreedomIraqi FreedomBiographiesPresidentsFirst Ladies20th Century 500History of IsraelOther LinksAbout Our SiteAdvertiseContact USHubble Telescope Launched(4/25/90) The space shuttle Discovery launched the Hubble Telescope -- seven years behind schedule.
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