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"That's the problem with counterfactuals, history only happened one way." [Read More]
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Its development was kept under wraps for 14 years, but by 1991, the F-117 Nighthawk had become a household word. Television viewers who tuned to the... [Read More]
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During Gregory Boyington's brief, tempestuous career with the AVG, he was responsible for losing more airplanes than he shot down.  Gregory... [Read More]
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Two empty freight train cars fell into the Potomac River, closing sites including John Brown's Fort and The Point... [Read More]
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Jesse Owens won a coup in Hitler's Germany, but today's NBA stars kowtow to China ... [Read More]
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A reader seeks clues about a mysterious war souvenir ... [Read More]
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Military attaché Truman Smith was the first American diplomat to meet a local agitator in Munich named Adolf Hitler, and among the first to warn... [Read More]
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Two of the 11th Connecticut's officers died in gallant rush on Burnside Bridge  ... [Read More]
For nearly six decades after Little Big Horn, George Custer's widow burnished the general's reputation and wrote movingly of reconciliation with former foes... [Read More]
In 1921 the largest labor uprising in U.S. history roiled West Virginia—and riveted the nation. [Read More]
When Peters was dead, the man the Marines called "The Grunt Padre" went back into the field of fire on his way to other wounded... [Read More]
At a remote camp in New South Wales, Australia, plotted a mass breakout to regain their honor... [Read More]
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