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1906 State of the Union Address

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27th April 1906: The Russian Empire's State Duma meets for the first time

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Benny's - Biggest Little State in the Union (Carl)

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IMMIGRATION QUOTE PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT 1907

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Russian Legislative and Presidential Elections (1906 - 2018)

The 1906 State of the Union Address was written by Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, on Monday, December 3, 1906. He did not speak directly to the 59th United States Congress. He said, "The readiness and efficiency of both the Army and Navy in dealing with the recent sudden crisis in Cuba illustrate afresh their value to the Nation. This readiness and efficiency would have been very much less had it not been for the existence of the General Staff in the Army and the General Board in the Navy; both are essential to the proper development and use of our military forces afloat and ashore."
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