The Last Ship by William Brinkley

By William Brinkley

The incredible has occurred. the realm has been plunged into all-out nuclear struggle. crusing close to the Arctic Circle, the U.S.S. Nathan James is comparatively unscathed, however the destiny is grim and Captain Thomas is dealing with mutiny from the tattered remnants of his workforce. With civilization in ruins, he urges those who remain—one-hundred-and-fifty-two males and twenty-six women—to pull jointly looking for land. when they succeed in safeguard, despite the fact that, the lads and ladies on board discover that they're earth’s final final survivors—and they’ve all been uncovered to radiation. while not one of the girls turns out in a position to conceive, worry units in. Will this be the top of humankind?

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His troubles began when he got into a serious fistfight with a fellow student in November of 1821.

Very quickly, however, the intentions of the Council took on more ominous colors. A minority group of pro-independence radicals seized control of the Council and began to agitate for a lot more than just resolution of minor problems from Mexico City. The radicals wanted separation from Mexico. They were after Texas independence, and they made it clear they would settle for nothing less. One of the most vocal supporters of secession from Mexico was a newcomer to the territory, a man named William Barret Travis.

After the battle the Anglo-Europeans and Americans living on Texas soil still had two choicesthe same choices they had before the battle was fought: They could either submit to the legal government of the land (Mexico), or they could leave the land and go somewhere elseto the United States, for example. For most Texans, the debacle at the Alamo was convincing evidence that resistance to Santa Anna was both foolish and useless. No Texas army could defeat Santa Anna's well-trained army, no matter how badly they had wanted to.

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