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Magazine articles on modern history.
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January 2004
Nichole L. Torres
It's History How the spirit of innovation has shaped the nation mark for My Articles 257 similar articles
Science News
December 20, 2003
TimeLine: December 16 & 23, 1933 Strength of crates tested by tossing... Mathematicians abandon aristotle's logic... Trees bearing gifts... etc. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
America's Civil War
Anthony Patrick Glesner
The Drummer Boy of the Rappahannock Was the young lad's tale the story of a colorful hero or a clever fake? mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
America's Civil War
Daniel Zimmerman
J.E.B. Stuart: Gettysburg Scapegoat? Following the Confederate debacle at Gettysburg, many blamed Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart for leaving General Robert E. Lee in the dark. But was Stuart really to blame for the defeat? And if so, was he the only one at fault? mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
America's Civil War
Jon Guttman
The Last Ride of J.E.B. Stuart Badly misunderstanding his opponent's intentions, Jeb Stuart played into Phil Sheridan's hands at Yellow Tavern. A swirling cavalry fight ensued. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
America's Civil War
Brent L. Vosburg
Cavalry Clash at Hanover Southern beau sabreur J.E.B. Stuart hardly expected to run head-on into enemy cavalry on his second ride around the Union Army. But a trio of 'boy generals' would soon give the famed Confederate horseman all the action he could handle. mark for My Articles 110 similar articles
America's Civil War
Alan R. Koenig
Railroad's Critical Role in the Civil War Railroads played a critical role to both sides during America's Civil War, in support of each side's armies and economies. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
America's Civil War
David Mallinson
Confused First Fight At Philippi, in western Virginia, one overly optimistic young colonel confidently awaited reinforcements as Union columns converged on his tiny force from all directions in the first full-fledged battle of the Civil War. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
World War II
Albano Castelletto
The Last Horse Warriors In a firsthand account, a former artillery lieutenant recalls his experience with the Voloire Regiment during Operation Barbarossa, when Italy's horse-drawn field artillery proved its worth on the Russian Front. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
World War II
Flint Whitlock
Allied Agony at Anzio The daring seaborne operation was planned as a way of outflanking German strength on Italy's Gustav Line and swiftly capturing Rome, but almost nothing went according to plan. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
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