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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Science News
October 15, 2005
From the October 12, 1935, Issue Will Uncle Sam's Gas Tank Run Dry?... Frozen Bread Stays Fresh for Week; Flavor Stays Good... mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Military History
October 2005
William E. Welsh
Nelson at Trafalgar: He Did His Duty Horatio Nelson's two-column charge into the Franco-Spanish line was risky, but it won him the battle -- at the cost of his life. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
World War II
October 2005
Bob Hackett
Japan's Underwater Convoys A series of top-secret Japanese submarine missions could have altered the course of World War II. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
Science News
October 8, 2005
From the October 5, 1935, issue Great skull of mammoth at New York State Museum... Evolution and diet causing man to lose his teeth... mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
October 2005
Thirty Years Ago in Reason From October 1975: The FBI and CIA still spy and keep secret files on U.S. citizens... Every country and every people should be allowed to work out their own destiny... Prostitution has always been therapeutic... mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Real Travel Adventures
October 2005
Bonnie & Bill Neely
October 60th Anniversary of United Nations Established after World War II, October 24th marks the 60th anniversary of the United Nations and its historic achievements. So if you are in New York City, this is a tour you should not miss. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
Science News
October 1, 2005
From the September 28, 1935, Issue Grand Coulee Dam Tops Boulder Dam as "Biggest"... Electric Charge Sorts Proton From Neutron in Atom Assault... Solar Prominence Streamers Linked with Sunspot Centers... mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 29, 2005
Wall Street's Origins It all started in the early 1600s, when the Dutch had a colony called New Amsterdam on what is now Manhattan Island. Even then, it was a region devoted to commercial enterprises, with much trading taking place. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
British Heritage
November 2005
Chris Sharp
Nelson and The Battle of Trafalgar This 1805 victory at sea against the Franco-Spanish fleet immortalized Lord Nelson and changed the course of world history. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Military History
September 2005
Jim Dorschner
Douglas MacArthur's Last Triumph Conducted against great odds, the September, 1950 amphibious landings at Inchon rehabilitated the U.S. military's tarnished post-World War II image -- and perhaps General MacArthur's, too. mark for My Articles 223 similar articles
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