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

Location: Categories / Society, Politics & Culture / History

Magazine articles on modern history.
Old Articles: <Older 711-720 Newer>
August 24, 2004
Colonel William Wilson
Perspectives: Impossible to Stay Uninvolved U.S. complicity in the overthrow of South Vietnam's president made it impossible to stay uninvolved in the war. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
August 24, 2004
Major John F. Mullins
A Bad Day at Bu Dop In March 1967 two Special Forces soldiers sacrificed their lives in an obscure battle that could have changed the course of the war in Vietnam. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
August 24, 2004
Al Hemingway
Harvey Barnum: Medal of Honor Recipient In-country for just two weeks, artillery forward observer Harvey Barnum assumed command of Hotel Company, 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines, during a Viet Cong ambush. Here, he talks about his experiences during two Vietnam tours. mark for My Articles 187 similar articles
Autumn 2004
Dale E. Brown
From the Archives Sherman and the Reporter: Even the greatest animosities of our current era seldom reach the depth of the hatred that existed between General William Tecumseh Sherman and the newspapermen who followed his army. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Science News
August 21, 2004
From the August 18, 1934, Issue The Impending Desert... Sleep Preferences Not Set by "Handedness"... Relativity Yields for Many Machines... mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Civil War Times
August 19, 2004
Alfred Jay Bollet
The Truth About Civil War Surgery If you think Civil War surgeons were ill-trained sawbones who loved to amputate -- usually without anaesthesia -- you need to read this! mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
Civil War Times
August 18, 2004
Chris Fordney
Winchester, VA: A Town Embattled Winchester, Virginia, saw more of the war than any other place North or South. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Science News
August 14, 2004
From the August 11, 1934, Issue Ruins of Sargon's Palace Yield New Magnificences... Wood-Eating Termites Must Have Fungi on Food... Homo Sapiens May be 10 Million Years Old... mark for My Articles 1 similar article
America's Civil War
August 11, 2004
John D. Pelzer
Desperate Ironclad Assault at Trent's Reach With Confederate forces strangled at Petersburg, the Southern Navy prepared to assault the enemy's supply depot at City Point. But first, Rebel ships had to get past Trent's Reach. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
American History
August 11, 2004
J. Kingston Pierce
The Alaska Highway: The Biggest and Hardest Job Since the Panama Canal After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, the United States feared that Alaska was vulnerable to invasion. To allay those fears, the government embarked on a monumental job of road building through some of the most remote and inaccessible terrain in North America. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
<Older 711-720 Newer>    Return to current articles.