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The Mexican Revolution began in 1910 and lasted for several years. It ended dictatorship in the country and started a new age for Mexico. Many women took part in the long conflict. Some “soldaderas,” as they were called, took on traditional roles and provided services like nursing. Others fought with…
Workers that repair the Great Wall of China do so secured by a simple rope that is held by another person. It is a very dangerous job. Workers need to be brave and be very careful so that their repairs don't affect the wall's historical accuracy. They see the job…
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