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Magazine articles on modern history.
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America's Civil War
June 29, 2004
Arnold Blumberg
From the Wilderness to Petersburg with the Old Dominion Brigade The Virginia regiments originally under the brigade command of William Mahone seemed to save their best for last. After two years of average service, they became Robert E. Lee's go-to troops in the Wilderness and at Petersburg's Crater. mark for My Articles 121 similar articles
July 5, 2004
Michael Arndt
Ray Kroc: The Creator Of McWorld Ray Kroc saw how McDonald's could flourish in America's emerging car culture. mark for My Articles 121 similar articles
Fast Company
July 2004
Daniel Rubin
Hamiltonian Keys to Business Success That fella on the $10 bill can teach you what to do -- and what to avoid. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
June 28, 2004
James Donovan
Combined Action Program: Marines' Alternative to Search and Destroy The U.S. Marine Corps CAP just might have been a viable alternative to MACV's 'big battalions' strategy in Vietnam. mark for My Articles 304 similar articles
June 28, 2004
James F. Humphries
In Defense of a Hamlet In May 1967, a platoon of the 31st Infantry fought off a VC attack in force against a hamlet loyal to the Saigon government. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
June 28, 2004
Wilfred P. Deac
Losing Ground to the Khmer Rouge As the war in Vietnam wound down with the signing of the 1973 Paris Peace Accords, the war in neighboring Cambodia was going from bad to worse. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
June 28, 2004
Thomas E. Faley
Operation Marauder: Allied Offensive in the Mekong Delta On New Year's Day 1966, with Australian and New Zealand combat forces attached, the 173rd Airborne Brigade struck VC positions in the Mekong Delta. mark for My Articles 136 similar articles
Bernie Alexander
The Amber Room: Long Lost Treasure In 18th century Germany, aristocrats set out to make the most beautiful and luxurious room ever built by including amber panels, gold leaves and mirrors in it. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Science News
June 26, 2004
From the June 23, 1934, issue Young Desert Hawks Secure in Natural Fort... New Element is "Relative" of Brittle Metal Manganese... Squeezing Turns Phosphorus From White to Black... mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
World War II
June 23, 2004
Jon Guttman
U.S. Navy Photographer Jack Stewart: Eyewitness to the Divine Wind As a U.S. Navy photographer on the aircraft carrier Essex, Jack Stewart had a ringside seat when a Japanese kamikaze attacked his ship on November 25, 1944. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
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