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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Civil War Times
Virginia Kepler
Buckeyes Make a Stand 'My God, We Thought You Had a Division Here!' The 21st Ohio Infantry's unique repeating weaponry was its salvation -- and nearly its undoing -- at Chickamauga. mark for My Articles 96 similar articles
Civil War Times
E. Lawrence Abel
Harry Macarthy: The Bob Hope of the Confederacy He could make tired soldiers laugh, and his "Bonnie Blue Flag" churned Southern audiences into a frenzy. That was why Harry Macarthy was loved from one end of the confederacy to the other. mark for My Articles
Civil War Times
John C. Waugh
The Proving Ground in Mexico For young American army officers of the time, the Mexican War was not only the road to glory, it was the road to promotion -- a proving ground for future Civil War generals. mark for My Articles 172 similar articles
Civil War Times
Sylvia D. Hoffert
Heroine or Hoaxer? Madame Loreta Janeta Velazquez wrote a controversial memoir disclosing her activities as a double agent and brave soldier during the Civil War. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
September 2003
Steven Mintz
Digital History Digital History makes high-quality historical resources available to teachers and students at no charge. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Science News
September 13, 2003
TimeLine: September 9, 1933 Fleet as mercury... Centrifugal analysis of blood indicates species relations... Vitamin C synthesized by Swiss chemist mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Noah Andre Trudeau
'The Fort's Our Own!' Relying on cold steel and the cover of darkness, General Anthony Wayne's elite Light Corps seized British-held Stony Point, New York, in one of the most daring operations of the Revolutionary War. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Rod Paschall
Paul Revere's True Account of the Midnight Ride According to Paul Revere's account of his historic 1775 ride, warning the countryside of the approach of the British was more a team effort than is generally realized. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Rose Mary Sheldon
Toga & Dagger: Espionage in Ancient Rome Ancient Rome is remembered as one of the greatest military powers in history, its fame derived from the fearsome reputation of the empire's legionnaires. Lost in the telling, however, is the important role that espionage played in Rome's ascent to empire. mark for My Articles 76 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Thomas Fleming
Old Hickory's Finest Hour In January 1815, General Andrew Jackson led a menagerie of American defenders against some of the British Empire's finest soldiers in a battle that would determine the future of America. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
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