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  • ...as nonexistent and all wealth was controlled by the nobility and religious establishments. The population numbered less than a million people in and was shrinking du ===World War II (1939–1945)===
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  • ...Beveridge]].<ref name="Beveridge commissioned">Paul Addison, "The Road to 1945", Jonathan Cape, 1975, p. 167-9.</ref> The government accepted this assumpt ...are even said to have greatly contributed to the Labour Party's victory in 1945.<ref>R. Samuel, "North and South," ''London Review of Books'' 17.12 (22 Jun
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  • |1945&ndash;71 ...ightened [[Los Angeles Police Department]] (LAPD) Raids against Homosexual Establishments throughout the City, especially in the Homosexual Quarter known as [[Sunset
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  • |established_date1 = {{Start date|1945|06|26|df=yes}} |established_date2 = {{Start date|1945|10|24|df=yes}}
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  • Nkrumah founded WANS in December 1945, immediately following the [[Manchester Pan-African Congress]], becoming th [[Category:1940s establishments]]
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