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Magazine articles on modern history.
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British Heritage
May 2006
Sian Ellis
Isambard Kingdom Brunel British industry could fuel the British empire when engineers like Isambard Brunel connected the modern world in the 19th century. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Science News
March 18, 2006
From the March 14, 1936, Issue Moving Giant Telescope Disk Provides a Problem... Neutrons, Tool of Physics, Deadly Biological Menace... mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Wild West
April 2006
Christopher Corbett
The Pony Express: Riders of Destiny The Pony Express only operated for about 18 months, but the picture-perfect enterprise captured the imagination of a nation and has grown larger than life through the years. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Science News
March 11, 2006
From the March 7, 1936, issue Caves in canadian mountain have impressive forms... Field tests on television promised within 8 weeks... Old violin makers may have tested by branding... mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Spring 2006
Stuart W. Sanders
Robert Charles Tyler: Last Civil War Confederate General Slain in Combat Against impossible odds and following orders issued half a year earlier, Robert Charles Tyler became the last Confederate general slain in Civil War combat. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
Science News
March 4, 2006
From the February 29, 1936, issue Giant "raccoon-bears," displayed at museum... Organs kept alive in tubes to throw light on life... Most of light in night sky comes from sun, not stars... mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 2006
Flashback 60 Years Ago: US chemist Gilbert Newton Lewis died... 90 Years Ago: Christian Boehmer Anfinsen was born in Pennsylvania... 95 Years Ago: Jacobus Henricus van't Hoff died... etc. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Military History
March 2006
D. John Saddler
Clash of Kings at Towton: England's Bloodiest Day The armies of two kings, Henry VI and Edward IV, collided at Towton on March 29, 1461. The outcome would determine which one would rule England. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2006
Justin Mullins
Ben Franklin's London House Opens As a Landmark The house in London where Benjamin Franklin lived just before the American Revolution opened recently as a public museum exactly 300 years after the birth of the scientist and statesman. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Spring 2006
From the Archives Valuing Innovation Where You Find It: This story, drawing on the British Navy's conversion from sail to steam, may resonate across both centuries and service lines. mark for My Articles 153 similar articles
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