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What did President Johnson do that stunned political backers after he took office?

After taking office, President Johnson completely changed his views on Reconstruction, which stunned political backers.

What happened in the battle between the USS Constitution and the HMS Guerriere?

For nearly an hour, the two ships jockeyed for position. At last, the guns from the Constitution roared into action. They tore holes in the side of the HMS Guerriere and shot off both masts. Stunned the British captain had no choice but to surrender

What is an example of counter culture after World War 2?

Read 'On the Road' by Jack Kerouc, the guidebook of Post-war American youth who gave birth to 'beatniks' (a term coined by San Francisco Chronicle columnist, Herb Caen), what some might call a reactionary group that faced the Korean War and what evolved into the Cold War and the threat of nuclear annihilation with a mixture of intellectualism, nihilism, pessimism and lots of anxiety. Jazz found a new voice after the War also, introducing Miles Davis, Dizzy Gilespie, Charlie Parker etc., who blew the old days of 'Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye' crowd away, giving birth to be-bop. In the art world, Jackson Pollack stunned the art world with huge canvases of paint dribbles, Jasper Johns and endless iterations of the American Flag, Claes Oldenburg's sculptures all described a break from the Old to the New.

What was the purpose of a granade?

There are three kinds of grenades. Antipersonnel grenades are used against people. There are fragmentation grenades, which break up when they explode and scatter, at high speeds, pieces of metal which injure or kill whoever you used the grenade against. There are also distraction grenades which create a loud noise and bright flash of light to stun the target...while they're stunned, you can rush in and take them into custody. (SWAT teams love distraction grenades.) Smoke grenades produce thick clouds of smoke. There are white smoke grenades used to conceal troop movements, and colored smoke grenades used for signaling. Product-delivery grenades come in two varieties. The first are White Phosphorous (willy-pete), which is an incendiary agent. The other are Tear Gas grenades.

What is president Roosevelt's ties to Georgia including his visit to warm springs and his impact on the state?

President Roosevelt had been a frequent visitor to Georgia, spending time at the “Little White House” in Warm Springs. On March 30, the president returned to the Little White House. He planned to rest and work on a speech for the United Nations. On April 24, Roosevelt was sitting for a portrait. Suddenly, the president put his hand to his head and said, “I have a terrific headache.” At 5:48 p.m., a stunned nation learned of the death of the man who had led the country through recovery from the depression, through the New Deal, and to the brink of victory in World War II. He had suffered a massive stroke. As Roosevelt’s body was carried by train from Warm Springs back to the nation’s capital, the tracks were lined by thousands of crying Georgians who had come to think of Roosevelt as one of their own. Whole families stood alongside the railroad tracks to say goodbye to their beloved president. And, it was not just Georgia. All along the route to Washington, Americans stood with their hands over their hearts in a final salute. Vice President Harry S. Truman became president on the death of Roosevelt and was the nation’s commander-in-chief during the final months of World War II.