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In August 1793 of the French progressive Wars (1792-1802), Republican France teetered near to cave in. On each entrance her enemies' armies swept ahead throughout her borders – the very survival of the Revolution itself was once at stake. In Toulon, the strategically very important domestic port of France's Mediterranean fleet, a coup had overthrown the Republican executive and passed over the town to the blocking British army.
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GRU (Soviet military intelligence agency) definition of CWA1: 126 espionage and CWA1: 154 formation of CWA1: 132 Penkovsky, Oleg, and CWA1: 151, 152 Yeltsin, Boris, and CWA1: 160 Guantánamo naval base CWA2: 210 Guatemala CWA1: 179–80; CWB1: 141 CWB1 / CWB2 = Cold War: Biographies (v. 1 & 2); CWPS = Cold War: Primary Sources Guevara, Che CWB1: 20, 85, 88 Gulag CWA1: 120–21; CWB2: 429, 433, 435. See also Labor camps Gulf of Tonkin Resolution CWA2: 270; CWB1: 199 Guyana CWA2: 265 H Haig, Alexander M.
1 & 2); CWPS = Cold War: Primary Sources formation of CWA1: 131 freedom and CWA1: 108–9 Great Depression and CWB1: 188–89 Hoover, J. Edgar, becomes director of CWB1: 187–88 Manhattan Project and CWB1: 191–92 organized crime and CWB1: 189 Prohibition Era and CWB1: 185 propaganda and CWA1: 108 Red Scare and CWA1: 100, 107, 108; CWB1: 189–92 science and CWB1: 188 Watergate scandal and CWB2: 363 World War II and CWB1: 189–90 Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America CWB1: 126 Federal Republic of Germany.
257, 465 Hoffman, Paul G. ), 149 Honecker, Erich CWA2: 358–59 Hoover, Herbert CWB2: 294 Hoover, J. ), 135, 147, 153. ) Chambers, Whittaker, and CWA1: 113, 114 civil rights and CWPS: 142 definition of CWA1: 100 Dies, Martin, and CWPS: 146–47 end of CWPS: 164 espionage and CWPS: 147–48 formation of CWPS: 161–62 function of CWA1: 100 Hiss, Alger, and CWA1: 113 Hollywood hearings and CWPS: 124, 135–45, 147 Hollywood Ten and CWA1: 100, 110; CWPS: 135, 142 Hoover, J. ” CWPS: 146–65 propaganda and CWPS: 137, 146–65 questioning by CWA1: 99, 107–10 Rand, Ayn, and CWPS: 124, 135–36, 137–39 Reagan, Ronald, and CWPS: 124, 136, 139–42 Red Scare and CWA1: 44, 99–100; CWPS: 124, 129–30 Screen Actors Guild and CWPS: 136, 139–41 CWA1 / CWA2 = Cold War: Almanac (v.