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Magazine articles on modern history.
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American History
Constance Rynder
All Men and Women Are Created Equal Over one hundred and fifty years ago the people attending the first Women's Rights Convention adopted this radical proposition. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
American History
Robert Dallek
John F. Kennedy's Civil Rights Quandary In the two years after he became president, John F. Kennedy faced no more daunting domestic issue than the tension between African Americans demanding equal treatment under the Constitution and segregationists refusing to end the South's system of apartheid. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
American History
Margaret Davidson
American Biowarrior A pioneer in America's biological weapons program during World War II, the unassuming Dr. Ira Baldwin was critical to the development of methods that made large-scale, safe production of the deadly toxins possible. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
Aviation History
E.R. Johnson
Operation Matterhorn In an effort to assure Chiang Kai-shek that the United States was ready to stop Japan from taking all of China, the U.S. Army Air Forces deployed the first Boeing B-29 in that theater of operations. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Aviation History
Shane Simmons
Red Baron: An Ace for the Ages More than eight decades after his death on the Western Front, fighter pilot Manfred von Richthofen's fame remains undimmed. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Aviation History
Sig Unander Jr.
Strike of the Aztec Eagles The only Mexican Air Force unit to serve overseas during World War II fought to liberate the Philippines. mark for My Articles 227 similar articles
British Heritage
Brenda Ralph Lewis
Elizabeth I: The Reality Behind the Mask Elizabeth I was the first English Queen to lend her name to an entire age. But in the half-century known for its pageantry and glamour, things were not always as they seemed. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Military History
Charles W. Sasser
Invasion Abandoned As the Cuban T-33 jet strafed the insurgents on the beach, a U.S. carrier plane closed to shoot it down. "Don't fire! Don't fire!" cried the carrier's air controller. "Rules of engagement have been changed." mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Military History
Robert Malcomson
Saturation Bombing and Chemical Warfare During the Napoleonic Wars, a British naval officer believed that desperate times called for desperate measures -- so he proposed the use of saturation bombing and chemical warfare. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Ronald R. Gilliam
Turning Point of the Mexican Revolution General Alvaro Obregon and his Constitutionalist army proved more than a match for Pancho Villa's undefeated Division del Norte in the April 1915 battles at Celaya. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
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