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Magazine articles on modern history.
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August 2005
Mann, Maves & Holland
Dog Tags Lost and Found: An Update Three scientists from the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) reach some surprising conclusions about "the mystery of the dog tags." mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
Wild West
August 2005
Allen G. Hatley
The Mason County War Top Texas Feud The 1875 blood feud, also known as the Hoodoo War and featuring the likes of former Texas Ranger Scott Cooley and up-and-coming legend John Ringo, pitted German settlers against American-born cowboys. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
June 20, 2005
Matthew Mulcahy
Hurricane Season in the Colonies Although western Europe occasionally experienced storms of great intensity, hurricanes were an entirely new phenomenon for colonists in the seventeenth century. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
Science News
June 18, 2005
From the June 15, 1935, Issue Dunlap Observatory Dedicated on Director's 70th Birthday... Einstein's Equivalence Law is Again Proved Correct... Epilepsy in Mice May Give Light on Human Disease... mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
High on Adventure
June 2005
Lee Juillerat
A Darker Side of History Visiting Manzanar National Historic Monument is taking a glimpse at an unfortunate chapter in American history, when Japanese Americans were sent to camps. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Science News
June 11, 2005
From the June 8, 1935, Issue Titan-Beasts... Adopts Alice-in-Wonderland World to Test Vision Theory... Blanching Celery, Apples Give Off Ethylene Gas... mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
June 2005
Cathy Young
Behind the Jeffersonian Veneer Thomas Woods, author of the best-selling Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, is a bad ally for libertarians, though his message may appeal to those who can't distinguish the flaws of America from those of outright despotisms. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
June 2005
Franklin Harris
The Long, Gory Life of EC Comics Although EC Comic's brief reign came to an end amid Senate hearings and industry self-censorship in the 1950s, William Gaines and his stable of artists and writers created a legacy that continues to inspire American pop culture, in no small part because of EC's notoriety. mark for My Articles
Science News
June 4, 2005
From the June 1, 1935, issue Los Angeles Transmission Line Has Fast Breakers... Bay of Fundy's Record Tides to be Harnessed by Five Dams... Sargasso Sea Really Exists Despite Mythical Tales... mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Military History
June 2005
Bryan Dent
Roman-Persian Wars: Battle of Carrhae Eager to match the military achievements of his two illustrious rivals, Marcus Licinius Crassus led an army into Parthia. Instead of glory, all he found was death. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
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