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Following the American Revolutionary War, Evacuation Day on November 25 marks the day in 1783 when the last vestige of British authority in the United States — its troops in New York — departed from Manhattan. After this British evacuation, General George Washington triumphantly led the Continental Army through the city.

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from Earth and Honey

Is Your Pet Ready for an Emergency Evacuation

Is Your Pet Ready for an Emergency Evacuation? (Home Ready Home) ~ Get things ready now, so that you can just grab and go for all your pet's needs.

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from Your Own Home Store

How to Create an Important Documents Binder (aka Grab and go Binder

Your life in a notebook - very in depth for every possible type of emergency need.

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from Mail Online

Ten of the greatest: Inspirational speeches

'We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds': Winston Churchill made this classic speech following the Dunkirk evacuation just weeks before becoming prime minister in 1940.

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from survivallife.com

Martial Law: What You Need to Know to Survive

Martial Law: What You Need to Know to Survive - Survival Life | Preppers | Survival Gear | Blog

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WWII: Flying ambulance - At the Japanese Yontan air field on Okinawa wounded Marines are loaded into a hospital transport plane for evacuation to rear base hospitals. This strip was captured on the first day of the assault and was put to use for American planes shortly thereafter.

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