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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Vietnam Joe Devlin: The Boat People's Priest Following his five-year ministry in the Mekong Delta, Jesuit priest Joe Devlin became the champion of the Vietnamese boat people who fled to Thailand. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
Michael J. Walsh
Men with Green Faces In Vietnam's Mekong Delta, Navy SEALs were the military's 'eyes and ears,' providing vital intelligence on enemy operations. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Aviation History
George T. Wilson
Memphis Belle's Odyssey America's most famous Flying Fortress found a permanent place in the hearts of Americans after her hazardous career in the European theater. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Aviation History
Deborah G. Douglas
WASPS of War Nancy Harkness Love proved her mettle in the air and gained recognition for women pilots in a man's world. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
Aviation History
Jon Guttman
Soviet Fighter on Three Fronts In the years before World War II, Russia's Evgeny Stepanov flew against the Germans over Spain and fought the Japanese over Khalkin Gol. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Science News
August 23, 2003
TimeLine: August 19, 1933 Construction begun on 80-inch Texas telescope... Spot larger than earth breaks out on Saturn... Artificial blood in dogs shows red cells guard hemoglobin mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
America's Civil War
Donald L. Barnhart Jr.
Admiral Porter's Ironclad Hoax After a botched Union naval effort on the Mississippi River, Rear Admiral David D. Porter resorted to trickery to prevent one of his captured ironclads from being used by the Confederates. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
America's Civil War
Robert R. Hodges, Jr.
An Englishman's Journey Through the Confederacy Suave, gentlemanly Lt. Col. Arthur Fremantle of Her Majesty's Coldstream Guards picked an unusual vacation spot: the Civil War-torn United States. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
America's Civil War
Bruce A. Trinque
Hancock's 'Well-Conducted Fizzle' With Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia stubbornly clinging to Petersburg, Ulysses S. Grant decided to cut its vital rail lines. To perform the surgery, he selected one of the North's proven heroes -- 'Hancock the Superb.' mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
American History
William & Mary Lavender
Suffragists' Storm Wartime Washington dealt brutally with imprisoned suffragists who dared picket the White House for the right to vote in 1917. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
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