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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Science News
January 31, 2004
TimeLine: January 27, 1934 Flash-over at 125,000 volts... 200-inch telescope mirror to be poured of special glass... Heavy hydrogen-lithium bombardment yields helium mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Aviation History
M.A. Mogus
Old Glory's Final Flight In the aftermath of Lindbergh's famous flight, veteran airmail pilots J.D. Hill and Lloyd Bertaud set out for Rome in a Fokker monoplane. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
Aviation History
Ronald V. Regan
American Volunteer Group: Flying With the Tigers A secretly recruited group of American pilots led by a former aerobatics performer achieved hero status in two nations during World War II and won a permanent place in the annals of aviation history. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Aviation History
Terry Gwynn-Jones
Harold Gatty: Prince of Navigators A groundbreaker in aerial navigation, Australian Harold Gatty flew with and worked for many of the great names of aviation's golden age. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Aviation History
Ross Smyth
Lindbergh of Canada: The Erroll Boyd Story When Erroll Boyd made his flight to London in 1930, he was the first to cross the North Atlantic outside the summer season. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Science News
January 24, 2004
TimeLine: January 20, 1934 Grave of prehistoric chief's daughter excavated... Triple-sized bison lived in California long ago... Racketeer file and statistical machines aid fight on crime mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
America's Civil War
Richard F. Welch
Encounter on Blocher's Knoll On July 1, 1863, two generals, one badly wounded, allegedly met. The veracity of that encounter, now part of Civil War lore, has long been debated. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
America's Civil War
Dean M. Wells
Ewell Seizes the Day at Winchester One month after Stonewall Jackson's death at Chancellorsville, Robert E. Lee turned to Stonewall's trusted lieutenant, Richard Ewell, to cover his invasion of the North. Was 'Old Bald Head' up to the challenge? mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
America's Civil War
Donald Scott
Camp William Penn's Black Soldiers in Blue Under the stern but sympathetic gaze of Lt. Col. Louis Wagner, some 11,000 African-American soldiers trained to fight for their freedom at Philadelphia's Camp William Penn. Three Medal of Honor recipients would pass through the camp's gates. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Nicoud & Darragh
Foreign Legion Specialized Units in Indochina Although best known as one of the finest light infantry forces in the world, the French Foreign Legion had many specialized units in Indochina. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
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