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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Science News
July 8, 2006
Timeline: From the July 4, 1936, Issue Tiny Transparent Balloons Probe Stratosphere Secrets... Hope Neutron Rays May Prove More Efficient Than x-Rays... Chemistry Makes Dry Bones Reveal Ancients' Blood Types... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Aviation History
July 2006
Kelly Bell
George Preddy: Top-Scoring World War II Mustang Ace With 27 1/2 confirmed aerial kills, George Preddy -- the top-scoring Mustang ace of World War II -- was undefeated until he ran into friendly fire on Christmas Day during the 1944 Ardennes offensive. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Science News
July 1, 2006
Timeline: From the June 27, 1936 issue Facsimile transmission hailed as revolution... New type molecular film is announced... Diabetes cases increasing though insulin prolongs life... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Science News
June 24, 2006
From the June 20, 1936, issue Lightning portrait repays patience of photographer... Stars and comets affected by cosmic radiation... Helium suggested as new preventive of "the bends"... mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
This Old House
Dan DiClerico
25 Years of Innovation: Lawn Tractors As this litany of lawn tractor progression shows, today's machines perform better, are safer, stronger and more comfortable, and are a lot easier on the environment. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
Science News
June 17, 2006
Timeline: From the June 13, 1936, Issue Huge Spectrograph for Eclipse Observation... "Electric Judge" to Rule Olympic Fencing Matches... mark for My Articles
Science News
June 10, 2006
Timeline: From the June 6, 1936, Issue First Adventure of Young Robins Pictured... Chance in Million Another Planet Will Damage Earth... Large Models of Molecules Predict Chemical Facts... mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
American History
August 2006
Joseph Gustaitis
Glenn Miller More than half a century after his mysterious wartime disappearance, the big-band leader and composer who gave America "Moonlight Serenade," "String of Pearls," and "In the Mood" endures as the musical symbol of an entire generation. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Science News
June 3, 2006
Timeline: From the May 30, 1936, Issue 124 Earth Tremors in 10 Days at Mt. Lassen... Warmth Necessary for Working of Body's Blood Factory... Develops Ray Receiver for Signaling with Invisible Rays... mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Science News
June 3, 2006
Science Safari: The Influenza Epidemic of 1918 This Web site from the National Archives and Records Administration features photos and documents related to the 1918 epidemic. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
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