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Magazine articles on modern history.
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World War II Letter from Readers -- November 2006 World War II Magazine The aftermath of the Malmedy massacre... A modern soldier recalls his visit to Hill 427... etc. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Wild West
December 2006
Daniel D. Aranda
Warm Springs Apache Leader Nana: The 80-Year-Old Warrior Turned the Tables On August 19, 1881, in a remote New Mexico Territory canyon, Warm Springs Apache leader Nana ambushed a combined military and civilian force that was out to get him. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Science News
October 14, 2006
Timeline: From the October 10, 1936, Issue X Rays Bring Out Full Inner Beauty of Leaves... Better Pneumonia Treatment Made Possible by Research... Power-Alcohol Plant Now in Commercial Production... mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Jen Woodward
False Pandemic Scares While nobody can say for sure if or when another pandemic will strike, these historic false alarms might soothe your fears. mark for My Articles 281 similar articles
Science News
October 7, 2006
Timeline: From the October 3, 1936, Issue Steel and Concrete Hold 8,000,000-Pound Load... Living Organisms Found in Waters of the Dead Sea... Through Special Technique Enzyme is Viewed at Work... mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
PC World
October 2, 2006
Harry McCracken
Techlog: The Future of Technology--A Look Back Warning! Past predictions are not a guarantee of breakthroughs to come. Here are some past predictions that have or have not come true. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
America's Civil War
November 2006
Olav Thulesius
USS Monitor: A Cheesebox on a Raft The U.S. Navy bureaucracy wanted an ironclad "rigged with two masts" for sails. John Ericsson bucked orthodoxy to create a ship that changed the world. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
America's Civil War
November 2006
Letter "Tin can on a shingle," some Union soldiers would say upon seeing Monitor; "Cheesebox on a raft," quipped other Yankees. Both are fine descriptions with a homespun American flavor and culinary twist that work well and conjure up an apt image for John Ericsson's vessel. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
British Heritage
November 2006
Dana Huntley
Bartholomew Gosnold: The Man Who Was Responsible for England's Settling the New World The tale of America's forgotten Founding Father. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Civil War Times
October 2006
Richard F. Welch
America's Civil War: Why the Irish Fought for the Union Irish-American soldiers overcame intense prejudice to create their own Civil War lore. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
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