Spanish Empire Poverty The mass-bombing of cities in Europe and Asia has often been called a war crime although no positive or specific customary international humanitarian law with respect to aerial warfare existed before or during World War II the USAAF firebombed a total of 67 Japanese cities killing 393,000 civilians and destroying 65% of built-up areas. ; . . Houston's bicycle sharing system started service with nineteen stations in May 2012 Houston Bcycle (also known as B-Cycle) a local non-profit runs the subscription program supplying bicycles and docking stations while partnering with other companies to maintain the system the network expanded to 29 stations and 225 bicycles in 2014 registering over 43,000 checkouts of equipment during the first half of the same year in 2017 Bcycle logged over 142,000 check outs while expanding to 56 docking stations. Asian: 3.8 percent (1.0 percent Indian 0.8 percent Vietnamese 0.6 percent Chinese 0.4 percent Filipino 0.3 percent Korean 0.1 percent Japanese 0.6 percent other Asian) Spring.
! During the 20th century national historiographical trends influenced the scholarship on the Civil War in Texas Beginning in the 1950s historians focused on military campaigns in Texas and other areas of the Southwest a region previously neglected Since the 1970s scholars have shifted their attention to South Texas exploring how its relations with Mexico and Mexican Americans affected both Confederate and Union Civil War military operations Also since the 1970s the "New Social History" has stimulated research in war-related social economic and political changes This historiographical trend is related to a growing interest in local and regional history. In 2017 the United Healthcare Foundation ranked Texas as the 34th healthiest state in the United States. Obesity excessive drinking maternal mortality infant mortality and vaccinations are among the major public health issues facing Texas, Spanish Empire Today the Gulf of Mexico has the following 7 main areas:, The area has had a number of severe weather events such as:. Elvis Presley gave six performances there between February and March 1970 setting an attendance record with 200,000 over the six shows He performed there again on March 3 1974 setting a single day attendance record. Both the American Heart Association and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center call Dallas home the Southwestern Medical Center ranks "among the top academic medical centers in the world" the institution's medical school employs the most medical school Nobel laureates in the world.