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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Aviation History
September 2006
John W. Whitman
Japan's Fatally Flawed Air Forces in World War II Japan entered World War II with two well-trained air organizations, but no long-range plan on how to keep them flying. mark for My Articles 815 similar articles
British Heritage
September 2006
Claire Hopley
British Textiles Clothe the World How did Britain come to dominate the global production of cloth? mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
American History
August 2006
Paula Anne Greten
Irving Berlin Irving Berlin died peacefully in his sleep one year after the death of his wife Ellin, with whom he had shared 62 years of marriage. He was survived by his three daughters, nine grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and his unforgettable place in the annals of American history. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Civil War Times
August 2006
Jeffry D. Wert
James Longstreet: Robert E. Lee's Most Valuable Soldier Lost Cause rancor aside, Lieutenant General James Longstreet's tactical and command skill made him Lee's most valuable soldier. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
Civil War Times
August 2006
Letter Grant and Longstreet were two friends who often found themselves surrounded by enemies. One managed to survive these odds and go down in history as the savior of the Union. The other became a casualty of a war that didn't end when the guns stopped firing. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
August 2006
Colonel Dick Camp
3rd Battalion, 26th Marines Fight With the NVA 324B Division in September 1967 During the Vietnam War As the battalion got the word that it would be relieved, an enemy voice was heard over the battalion radio: "Goodbye, 3/26!" mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
August 2006
Vietnam Magazine Letter From the Magazine - August 2006 America loses one of its great moral heroes of the Vietnam War. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
Wild West
August 2006
Mary Franz
The Real Men of Deadwood The 1870s Western mining town was chock-full of rough-and-tumble characters, many of whom -- like Wild Bill Hickok and Al Swearengen -- reappear in fine fettle on the hit HBO television series Deadwood. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
World War II
August 2006
Jonathan W. Jordan
Operation Bagration: Soviet Offensive of 1944 Operation Bagration, the Soviet offensive of 1944, made the Normandy landings look like a mere scuffle -- in size, scope, and results! mark for My Articles 322 similar articles
America's Civil War
July 2006
J. David Petruzzi
Battle of Gettysburg: Who Really Fired the First Shot? When Lieutenant Marcellus Jones touched off a shot in the early morning of July 1, 1863, at Gettysburg, he could not have realized that his bullet would create a controversy argued over for decades. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
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