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What is the battle of the Nile? A battle fought between the British and French, it was won by the French
What is The Battle of the Pyramids? A battle fought on July 21, 1798 between the French army in Egypt. It occurred during France's Egyptian Campaign and was the battle where Napoleon put into use one of his significant contributions to tactics.
The second Amendment military is necessary for the state to flourish and be safe. people have the right to possess and bear arms.
The third amendment soldiers can not come into your home without a warrant in times of peace and times of war.
The fourth Amendment no person can come into your home without a warrant.
The Fifth amendment innocent until proven guilty
The sixth Amendment criminals have the right to a speedy trial and jury and will be given a lawyer.
The seventh Amendment people have the right to be tried by a jury
Created by: Leanna B.