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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Wild West
Joseph G. Rosa
Wild Bill Hickok: Pistoleer, Peace Officer and Folk Hero A legend in his own time, James Butler ('Wild Bill') Hickok was no average Joe when he went head-to-head with his enemies--he reportedly could 'draw and discharge his pistols with a rapidity that was truly wonderful.' mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
World War II
William H. Langenberg
Surrender of Seal Faced with impending disaster, the captain of the submarine HMS Seal was forced to choose between surrendering or going down with his ship. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
World War II
Robert Barr Smith
The Greatest Raid of All The British raid on St. Nazaire, France, eliminated a vital German port facility and cemented the commandos' reputation as redoubtable fighters. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Science News
August 16, 2003
TimeLine: August 12, 1933 Continental lighthouse... Fast-moving positive particles produce new kind of X-rays... Thyroid removal gives relief to heart disease sufferers mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
August 25, 2003
Stanley Reed
The Regime Change That Backfired With American and British troops occupying Iraq and the Bush Administration rattling its sabers at Iran, Stephen Kinzer's entertaining and sometimes shocking All the Shah's Men is timely indeed. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Science News
August 9, 2003
TimeLine: August 5, 1933 A million years of man... Universe began expanding few billion years ago... Floating lands called poor explanation of ice ages mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
August 4, 2003
Richard White
Corruption in America's Gilded Age Corporate greed and corruption in American business have been around since the first U.S. corporations -- the transcontinental railroads -- argues historian Richard White. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
August 11, 2003
Robert J. Rosenberg
Living Well Wasn't the Best Revenge Accounting irregularities, self-dealing, financial chicanery: Today's headlines repeat themes that have long bedeviled American finance, as can be seen in After the Ball: Gilded Age Secrets, Boardroom Betrayals, and the Party That Ignited the Great Wall Street Scandal of 1905. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Science News
August 2, 2003
TimeLine: July 29, 1933 On a sparkling sea... Machine boss for machines invented by engineers... mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Science News
July 26, 2003
TimeLine: July 22, 1933 Perkins Observatory 69-inch mirror is third largest... Find eggs that were fresh a million years ago... Cancer susceptibility depends on single gene mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
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