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Magazine articles on modern history.
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America's Civil War
Michael E. Haskew
Union General William Rosecrans's attack on Confederate General Braxton Bragg's Army of Tennessee American Civil War Union General William Rosecrans bided his time, waiting to attack Confederate General Braxton Bragg's Rebel army at Murfreesboro, 30 miles south of Nashville. mark for My Articles 93 similar articles
America's Civil War
John F. Wukovits
John Singleton Mosby's Partisan Rangers' clash with George A. Custer's Union Cavalry When Civil War's John Singleton Mosby's Partisan Rangers clashed with George A. Custer's Union Cavalry, the niceties of war were the first casualty. Reprisal and counter reprisal became the order of the day. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
America's Civil War
John D. Pelzer
The Union's Mission to Relieve Fort Sumter For three long months, Civl War Major Robert Anderson and his besieged troops waited for reinforcements at Fort Sumter. Back in Washington, Union naval officer Gustavus Fox raced against time to organize just such a mission. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
America's Civil War
James B. Ronan II
Union Regulars Brigade Desperate Stand at Chickamauga Civil War Brigadier General John King's disciplined brigade of Union Regulars found itself tested as never before at Chickamauga. For two bloody days, the Regulars dashed from one endangered spot to another, seeking to save their army from annihilation. mark for My Articles 298 similar articles
American History
October 2003
Dinesh D'Souza
President Ronald Reagan: Winning the Cold War With the invasion of Grenada, Cold War history began a dramatic turn that would lead to the demise of an empire. Ronald Reagan's clarity of vision and unwavering beliefs led to the dismantling of America's most formidable foe. mark for My Articles 96 similar articles
Science News
September 27, 2003
TimeLine: September 23, 1933 Leafy succulents solve problem set by desert... Omnipresent "pantothenic" acid is stimulus to growth... Chemical rarities made cheap; find many profitable uses... etc. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
British Heritage
Donald Rumbelow
Jack the Ripper In August of 1888, London's East End witnessed the first of many gruesome murders, forever unsolved, by the madman we know as Jack the Ripper. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
British Heritage
Dana Huntley
The Venerable Bede at Jarrow England's first great historian composed his manuscripts in a cold, dimly lit cell in a Benedictine monastery. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Science News
September 20, 2003
TimeLine: September 16, 1933 Herds of wild asses still roam mongolian plains... Elm disease entered america under bark of veneer logs... New physics troubled by confusion in nomenclature mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Civil War Times
E. Lawrence Abel
Dixie's Original One-Man Band John Hill Hewitt did it all. He played three instruments. He penned poems and essays, and staged theater productions. And he churned out one hit tune after another. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
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