Clustify - document clustering
 Home  |  Newsletter  |  My Articles  |  My Account  |  Help 

Location: Categories / Society, Politics & Culture / History

Magazine articles on modern history.
Old Articles: <Older 681-690 Newer>
America's Civil War
Todd S. Berkoff
Bloody Baptism for the Black Hats John Gibbon's mostly green Midwestern troops found themselves in quite a scrape as the sun set on August 28, 1862. His Black Hat Brigade would never forget their baptism of fire at Brawner's Farm. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
America's Civil War
July 19, 2004
William Preston Mangum II
Kill Cavalry's Nasty Surprise Union General William Sherman considered Judson Kilpatrick, his cavalry chief, 'a hell of a damn fool.' At Monroe's Cross Roads, N.C., his carelessness and disobedience of orders proved Sherman's point. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
America's Civil War
July 19, 2004
William C. Lowe
Big Gun Bombardment of Port Royal As Union warships steamed past the Confederate defenses near Port Royal, Flag Officer Samuel Du Pont proudly noted that army officers aboard his ship looked on 'with wonder and admiration.' A revolution in naval tactics had begun. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
America's Civil War
July 19, 2004
Julie Holcomb
Eyewitness to War: Iron Brigade Soldier's Wartime Letters Timothy Webster survived Fredericksburg and Gettysburg with the Iron Brigade, but not Petersburg. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
July 26, 2004
Brian Bremner
Akio Morita: Mr. Consumer Electronics Sony's genius, Akio Morita, ushered in the portable transistor radio, the Walkman, and the CD. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
Science News
July 17, 2004
From the July 14, 1934, issue Desert Plants Defy Their Drought That Never Ends...Study of Twins Gives Clue to Epileptic Personality...Nationwide Flights to Secure Weather Information... mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
British Heritage
July 15, 2004
Dana Huntley
When Coal was King in Wales' Rhondda Valley The scars left behind by the more than 100-year-old collieries of Wales' Rhondda Valley are beginning to heal, but some things never change. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
British Heritage
July 15, 2004
Judy P. Sopronyi
The Tynewydd Colliery Disaster The heroes of this 1877 mining disaster in Wales worked doggedly to free their coworkers trapped deep below the surface in rising flood waters. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Civil War Times
July 15, 2004
Heidi Campbell-Shoaf
Life in the Trap: Petersburg 1864 Circled by Confederate trenches, hard pressed by Union forces, the people of Petersburg had nothing left to do but endure -- and pray for a miracle. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
British Heritage
July 14, 2004
Guy Wilson
Norman Arms and Armour The armies of William the Conqueror fought using tools of both offence and defence that differed radically from those used to storm the Normandy beaches in 1944. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
<Older 681-690 Newer>    Return to current articles.