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Magazine articles on modern history.
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World War II
November 17, 2004
Martin F. Graham
High Tide at Bastogne In stopping the last major German assault against Bastogne, the veteran gunners of the 463rd Parachute Field Artillery Battalion proved their skill to skeptical troops of the 101st Airborne Division. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
Science News
November 13, 2004
From the November 10, 1934, Issue Largest Steel Frame Single Dwelling... New Instrument Maps Shoal Bottoms Rapidly, Accurately... New Kind of Ether Acts Faster; Recovery is Easier... mark for My Articles
November 2004
Tom Vanderbilt
The Real da Vinci Code Is his mysterious three-wheeled cart a proto automobile? A remote-controlled robot? A rolling Renaissance computer? The quest to rebuild Leonardo's "impossible machine." mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Science News
November 6, 2004
From the November 3, 1934, Issue Beauty Cooperates with the Engineer... Takes Bitter Taste Out of Medicine; Adds Value... Planets Have Composition Similar to That of the Sun... mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Military History
November 4, 2004
Simon Rees
The Long Road to Kandahar Major General Frederick S. Roberts knew the going would be rough as he took charge of the 'Kandahar Field Force,' but he also knew that failure was not an option. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
Wild West
November 3, 2004
Mike Tower
Big Jim French and the Lincoln County War He was by Billy the Kid's side when Sheriff William Brady was killed and when Alexander McSween's house was set on fire, yet little else is known about the one-time 'Regulator.' mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Civil War Times
November 1, 2004
Alan D. Gaff
The Uncivil War: Atrocity in the Tennessee Hills Midnight justice, "devilish brutality" and coldblooded murder sometimes characterized the Civil War in border regions. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
November 2004
25 Years Ago in Reason California legalizes marijuana as a medical treatment... Who's Bankrolling the UFW?... Jimmy Carter offers his sweat... mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Science News
October 30, 2004
From the October 27, 1934, Issue Soviet Scientists Make Large Telescope Lens... Most Penetrating Artificial Gamma Rays From Sodium... Chemical Released by Nerve Carries Message to Muscle... mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Barry Strauss
Go Tell The Spartans At Thermopylae, Greece, in 480 b.c., a king and three hundred of his soldiers set the standard for battle to the death against overwhelming odds. They would obey the command of their law and fight to the death. And all but two did. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
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