Clustify - document clustering
 Home  |  Newsletter  |  My Articles  |  My Account  |  Help 

Location: Categories / Society, Politics & Culture / History

Magazine articles on modern history.
Old Articles: <Older 1141-1150 Newer>
Science News
November 4, 2006
Timeline: From the October 31, 1936, issue Tombstone proper exit for the Halloween spirits... To voters there is much in a political party name... Starvation record set as ticks survive for 5 years... mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Civil War Times
December 2006
Frank van der Linden
General Bragg's Impossible Dream: Take Kentucky The 1862 invasion of Kentucky had great promise, but disappointing results. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
November 2006
Simon Worrall
Pilgrims' Progress We retrace the travels (and travails) of the ragtag group that founded Plymouth Colony, gave us Thanksgiving and laid the foundation for democracy in the New World. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Science News
October 28, 2006
Timeline: From the October 24, 1936, Issue Almost a jungle sprouts from one single root... Check growth of cancer in animals by dietary means... Insect-killing fungi are raised successfully... mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
Military History
November 2006
Robert N. Thompson
Battle of Cold Harbor: The Folly and Horror The blame for a broad command failure that led to 7,000 unnecessary Union casualties in a single hour applies to more than just the commander in chief. mark for My Articles 170 similar articles
Aviation History
November 2006
Wilbur Cross
USS Shenandoah's Last Flight On September 3, 1925, captain and crew struggled valiantly to keep the giant dirigible on course and airborne in a violent Midwestern storm. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Aviation History
November 2006
Richard R. Bender
Victor Tatelman: World War II B-25 Pilot in the Pacific Their assignment in the Pacific took Victor Tatelman and the other pilots and crew members of the 499th Squadron to new low levels in search of the enemy. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
World War II
November 2006
David P. Colley
African American Platoons in World War II In March 1945, black volunteers forced the first breach in the U.S. Army's color barrier -- the first black soldiers officially serving shoulder to shoulder with whites in an American infantry unit since George Washington was in command of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. mark for My Articles 397 similar articles
Science News
October 17, 2006
Timeline: From the October 17, 1936, Issue Million-Volt x-Ray Tube Soon to be Ready for Use... Migraine Relief Reported From Alkaloid Drug... Wide Difference Found in Ability to Judge Loudness... mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
World War II Letter from November 2006 World War II Magazine Without the help of the men and women in black combat groups such as the Tuskegee Airmen and the 761st Tank Destroyer Battalion, the war would not have been won. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
<Older 1141-1150 Newer>    Return to current articles.