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the song that we are studing is called we didn't start the fire we need to figure out what the first 14 words mean and why they are historical

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1. All of these names/words were important during the Cold War -- especially from 1945 to about 1975. I have especially fond memories of Studebaker. Since cars were not available during WWII, my dad was still driving our 1939 Plymouth when the war ended. But then, he went out and bought the largest Studebaker -- a Studebaker President -- which really impressed my brother and me.

You can click on each word in this site to find why each of these were historical and what they mean.

http://www.teacheroz.com/fire.htm

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