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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Military History
O'Brien Browne
The Enigmatic Lawrence of Arabia T.E. Lawrence turned Arab Bedouin tribes into a powerful guerrilla army against the Turks, then fought to get them justice from Britain. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Military History
Truman R. Strobridge
Africa's Black Napoleon Disgraced and cast out from his own tribe, Shaka went on to build a vast Zulu empire based on sheer terror, butchery and military brilliance. mark for My Articles
Aviation History
Frank Delear
America's Tragic Queen of the Air Harriet Quimby invaded man's domain as the country's first licensed woman pilot and gained fame for her aerial feats, only to die prematurely in a puzzling air crash. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Wild West
Dinah Faber
A Small Difference of Opinion: The Dewey-Berry Feud Daniel Berry and his family were small farmers; Chauncey Dewey was a cattleman who ran a large ranch. Their visions crossed paths in northwest Kansas, with deadly results. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Wild West
Gary L. Roberts
Gem Saloon Shootout William Rayner fashioned himself a Southern gentleman, but the citizens of El Paso usually gave him a wide berth. It took a stranger in town to cut him down to size. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Wild West
P.A. Mallory
The Dodge City War When saloon owner Luke Short was told to get out of Dodge in 1883, he went. But he soon came back, and he was joined by the likes of Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and Doc Holliday. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Wild West
L. Robert Pyle
Cheyenne Chief Tall Bull Tall Bull led the Dog Soldiers in battle, but his death at Summit Springs ended Southern Cheyenne power. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Wild West
Robert Benjamin Smith
Buffalo Bill's Skirmish At Warbonnet Creek Three weeks after the disaster at the Little Bighorn, Buffalo Bill claimed he had taken 'the first scalp for Custer!' And soon the famous scout was doing it all over again on the stage. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Science News
September 6, 2003
TimeLine: September 2, 1933 Urn patterns existed long before urns were made... Ultra-short radio waves sent around curvature of earth... Dead seas hoard minute amounts of "heavy" water mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Robert Fromme
Death of a Staff Sergeant Every name on the Wall represents a story -- sometimes survivors just take years to tell it. So it was for Staff Sgt. Charles M. Andujar's story. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
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