Cuba is omitted because the US holds an open ended lease for complete jurisdiction and control of Guantanamo Bay and Cuban authorities have absolutely no jurisdiction on the premises. It is for all intents and purposes, American soil. Furthermore, the US and Cuba have no diplomatic relations. So, if anything it is actually more of an occupation than a legit overseas military installation.
But I see your point. I would probably put it on the map. I didnt make the map you see. I just put it up because it was related to the other topic and I found it interesting.
Clearly you did too.
Being anonymous and all, I would like to recommend two/three most excellent books:
-The rise and the fall of the Thrid Reich, by William L. Shirer. This book is fantastic! All you wanted to know of the German stirde to power and their downfall is in here. Has won alot of awards. Should last you 6 months.
-The second world war [a very innovative title] by martin Gilbert. This book has a more general overview and is more focused on the how the civilians and soldiers had it during the war.
-Rommel as military commander, by Roanld Lewis. This book has the biography of herr Rommel and all the tactics he used. The book I have is rather old (1968), but it is probably out there somewhere.
lots of Americans are over weight fat asses who follow what Bush says blindly and think the War in Iraq is some Holy Crusade that can do no wrong.
Hey, I may be an ass, but I’m not overweight. As far as Bush, and the Presidency in general, as well as other elected representatives, even though I may or may not agree with them, I try to believe that they know what they’re doing…after all, they’re more educated and experienced than I, however questionably said education may have been obtained. The war, as far as I’m concerned, it’s just finishing up what wasn’t done 12 years ago.
Psst…you need an electrician, not a mechanic (well, maybe you do…).
Check your fuses for the correct rating. That would be the easiest to fix problem.
Also, with electrical circuitry, if one thing goes bad (or starts to go), it can destroy other parts in the circuitry. Check around and make sure everything else is ok. A multimeter could help if you can get in to the guts of it. It’s possible that the solenoid was defective, but I wouldn’t run out to replace it immediately.