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Does History Repeat Itself? Evidence From the Course (Howtizer germany army war pzh 2000 pzh war, 2014)
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Are Citizens Obligated to Know History? Understanding history is crucial for understanding how everything around you works the way it does. History enhances your knowledge and prepares you to make better decisions. Without history, mistakes are prone to be repeated over and over again. As George Santayana said, “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” President Obama at Hiroshima Peace Memorial. Courtesy of Shuji Kajiyama (Liptak & Griffiths, 2016)
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