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Magazine articles on modern history.
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April 2005
Carolyn Kleiner Butler
Indelible Images - The Old Ballgames Ernest Withers, who would document the civil rights movement for African-American newspapers and the mainstream press, also photographed the glories of black baseball -- including pioneering big leaguer Jackie Robinson. mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
Science News
March 19, 2005
From the March 16, 1935, Issue Leningrad Institute Celebrates 50th Anniversary... Temperature and Humidity Recorded by Same Instrument... Scientists May be Searching Vainly for Negative Proton... mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Science News
March 12, 2005
From the March 9, 1935, Issue Aviation Problems Solved Under Water... Very Short Radio Waves Travel Record Distances... Moon Varies Distance Between Europe and U.S.... mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
America's Civil War
March 10, 2005
Fred L. Ray
Pre-Dawn Assault on Fort Stedman Led by select groups of sharpshooters, the weary, muddy troops of the Army of Northern Virginia made one last desperate push to break out of Petersburg. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Aviation History
March 9, 2005
C.V. Glines
Top Secret WWII Bat and Bird Bomber Program At the outset of World War II, innovative plans were laid to send some talented fliers to the front lines. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
British Heritage
Katherine Bailey
Eleanor Of Aquitaine Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine's achievements and influence impacted 12th century Europe. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Science News
March 5, 2005
From the March 2, 1935, Issue Telescope Site Has 300 Clear Nights a Year... Gland Therapy Treats Heart Disease Successfully... New Coldest Cold Reached in Leyden Laboratory... mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
World War II
March 2, 2005
Oscar Friedensohn
GI's Bloody Rhine River Crossing A combat engineer will never forget the day he led an assault boat across the Rhine River and into the teeth of the German defenses at St. Goarshausen. mark for My Articles 141 similar articles
March 2005
25 Years Ago at Reason A knee-jerk return to being the policeman of the world... The SALT treaties bring us closer to the brink of war... Murders and kidnappings take place all the time in American cities... etc. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Search Engine Watch
February 28, 2005
Chris Sherman
Envisioning the Web, 60 Years Ago Sixty years ago, Vannevar Bush laid out a passionate vision of an 'information appliance' of the future that was remarkably similar to what we today call the world wide web. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
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