International conflicts in American history are chronicled. [...]
Domestic conflicts that shaped America are reviewed. [...]
Source documents of presidential policy, court cases, and laws. [...]
References such as maps, timelines, biographies, and glossary are available.
Timeline of American Conflicts in Somali History
American conflicts in Somali history are mapped on a timeline and three major conflicts are profiled.
Covert War in Somalia (2001-2013)
The covert war in Somalia is an extension of the War on Terror and American policy in the region since the Cold War.
Clinton Address on Somalia (1993)
The Clinton address followed the tragic results of the Battle of Mogadishu.
Timeline for the 40 Hour Work Week
Creation of the 40 hour work week was the result of efforts on the part of labor, government, and industry.
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (as amended)
The Fair Labor Standards Act was the first national law to successfully regulate the length of the work week, minimum wages, and child labor.
Adamson Act (1916)
The Adamson Act was enacted in 1916 and regulated the length of the workday for non-government workers.
Timeline of American Conflicts in Chinese History
A timeline of American conflicts in Chinese history is displayed.
Chinese Involvement in the Vietnam War
The role of Chinese involvement in the Vietnam War is not well known, but a number of experts believe that it determined the outcome of the war.
America and the Taiwan Strait Crisis
The Taiwan Strait Crisis is viewed from the 1950′s to 1990′s.
Timeline for Asian Ethnic Conflicts
Asian ethnic conflicts in America were often tied to discriminatory government actions.
Civil Liberties Act of 1988
The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 provided an apology and restitution for the internment of Japanese American citizens.
Proclamation 4417 (1976)
President Gerald Ford issued Proclamation 4417 which terminated Executive Order 9066 that placed Japanese Americans in internment camps.
The Tonkin Gulf Resolution authorized the president to take all necessary steps against attacks on US military forces and prevent further aggression.
A timeline of American conflicts in Korean history is mapped.
US and North Korea conflict in the post-Korean War period is documented.
The USS Pueblo crisis was triggered when North Korean ships seized the American spy ship in international waters.
UN Resolution 84 placed the command of UN forces in Korea under the United States.
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