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After and war
After the war, Penny had wanted Keith at least to visit her home with her.
After the war began, he long refused to permit emancipation of the slaves by Union action even in the Border States that stayed with the Union.
After the fall of Fort Sumter, Lincoln realized the importance of taking immediate executive control of the war and making an overall strategy to put down the rebellion.
After the war, enough British and American anthropologists borrowed ideas and methodological approaches from one another that some began to speak of them collectively as ' sociocultural ' anthropology.
" After the war, nationalists, especially those who had been active in the Continental Army, complained that the Articles were too weak for an effective government.
After the war, the critically acclaimed Drunken Angel ( 1948 ), in which Kurosawa cast then-unknown actor Toshiro Mifune in a starring role, cemented the director's reputation as one of the most important young filmmakers in Japan.
After the war Poirot became a free agent and began undertaking civilian cases.
After the war, Australia took firm control of both the Ashes and world cricket.
After the war he worked at the National Physical Laboratory, where he created one of the first designs for a stored-program computer, the ACE.
After a warm welcome by Caesar's soldiers at Brundisium, Octavian demanded a portion of the funds that were allotted by Caesar for the intended war against Parthia in the Middle East.
After the war, Keizo went to Korsakov to work in the local harbor.
After the capture of Troy, Cassandra, doomed prophetess and daughter of Priam, fell to Agamemnon's lot in the distribution of the prizes of war.
After their setbacks against the Huns, Alaric was probably a child during the Goths ' mass migration across the Danube and their subsequent war with Rome.
After Alexander's death, his strong realm was plunged into a period of darkness that would eventually lead to war with England.
After the election Johnson was most anxious to complete the re-establishment of civil government in Tennessee ; Union forces brought the war to an end in that state with their victory in the Battle of Nashville in December.
After the end of the war the islands briefly returned to British control, before becoming part of the newly independent state of India.
After the war, the biggest concern was the rebuilding of Abadan's oil refinery.
After the war, Carnegie left the railroads to devote all his energies to the ironworks trade.
After Byzantion, Sparta was eager to end its involvement in the war.
After the war, the young Grothendieck studied mathematics in France, initially at the University of Montpellier.
After the Soviet withdrawal, between 1992 and 1996, he was minister of defense in the new government of the Islamic State of Afghanistan under president Burhanuddin Rabbani, and acted as its military leader in the civil war against competing militias around Kabul.
After the war, he played piano and guitar ( his first guitar was built by friend and author Sydney Hopkins, who wrote Mister God, This Is Anna ), and in 1949 joined Chris Barber's Jazz Band where he met blues harmonica player Cyril Davies.
After hard lessons early in the war, machine guns were mounted for use against infantry but the limited traverse of the mounting meant that they were still less effective than those used on turreted tanks.
After the war, the company was refounded at Abingdon Road, Kensington and a new car designed to carry the Aston-Martin name.
After the war, Pike returned to the practice of law, moving to New Orleans for a time beginning in 1853.

After and immigration
After the Immigration Act of 1924 was passed, which greatly restricted immigration and allowed processing at overseas embassies, the only immigrants to pass through the station were displaced persons or war refugees.
After the immigration station closed in November 1954, the buildings fell into disrepair and were all but abandoned.
After this point, immigration far outweighed emigration and many former Irish Emigrants returned home.
After ethnic quotas on immigration were removed in 1965 the number of actual ( first-generation ) immigrants living in the United States eventually quadrupled, from 9. 6 million in 1970 to about 38 million in 2007.
After 1820, immigration gradually increased.
After all, who in 1964 had ever heard of a former Conservative cabinet minister thinking that immigration was an important political issue?
After 1880 immigration slacked off and growth was due chiefly to the excess of births over deaths.
After the Norman conquest the population of the Maltese islands kept growing mainly through immigration from the north ( Sicily and Italy ), with the exile to Malta of the entire male population of the town of Celano ( Italy ) in 1223, the stationing of a Norman and Sicilian garrison on Malta in 1240 and the settlement in Malta of noble families from Sicily between 1372 and 1450.
After Israel gained its independence in May 1948, the Israeli parliament created two laws regarding immigration, citizenship and naturalization: the Law of Return and the Israeli nationality law.
After the war, the British formally acquired the colony ( 1814 ), and encouraged immigration by British settlers who were largely at odds with the Dutch settlers.
After the end of the war the relationship between the Palmach and the British authorities became strained, especially with respect to the treatment of Jewish immigration.
After the Edict of Potsdam in 1685, Potsdam became a centre of European immigration.
February 12: After a period of reconciliation with the British, the Irgun launches a bomb attack on British immigration offices in Palestine, no casualties reported.
After decades of emigration from the region, the main feature of the 1980s is the immigration from third world countries.
After modifications similar to that of former Concourse C during the 1960s, it was completely rebuilt in the 1980s and connected to the immigration and customs hall in Concourse E, allowing it to handle international arrivals.
After 1890, the Federal government, rather than the individual states, regulated immigration into the United States, and the Immigration Act of 1891 established a Commissioner of Immigration in the Treasury Department.
After the American Civil War the population increased dramatically, as tenements were erected and increased immigration added to the neighborhood's congestion.
After the 1885 legislation failed to deter Chinese immigration to Canada, the government of Canada passed The Chinese Immigration Act, 1900 to increase the tax to $ 100, and The Chinese Immigration Act, 1903 further increased the landing fees to $ 500, equivalent to $ 8000 in 2003.
After 1881, with the mass immigration of Eastern European Jews to the United States, B ' nai B ' rith sponsored Americanization classes, trade schools and relief programs.
After many Angles emigrated to the British Islands in the 5th century, the land of the Angles came in closer contact with the Danish islands — plausibly by partly immigration / occupation by the Danes.
After the passage of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, the United States dramatically increased immigration from the Indian subcontinent.
After clearing U. S. immigration, passengers collect their baggage and clear U. S. customs.
After the national origins system was relaxed and repealed by Immigration Acts in 1952 and 1965, many Taiwanese people came to the United States, forming the first wave of Taiwanese immigration.
After 1812, the eastern Moldavians, those inhabiting Bessarabia and Transnistria, were also influenced by the Slavic culture during the periods of 1812 – 1917, and 1940 – 1989, they were influenced by Russia, respectively by Soviet administrative control, as well as by ethnic Russian or Russian-speaking immigration.

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