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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Popular Mechanics
December 2006
Carolyn Wilsey
Time Machine: 1927 Compare one of the first electric floor scrubbers with one made today. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
November 27, 2006
Bob Dowling
The Robin Hood Robber Baron "Andrew Carnegie," by David Nasaw, is a richly drawn account of a paradoxical American original. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Science News
November 18, 2006
Timeline: From the November 14, 1936, issue Dust shows up like stars under modern instrument... Chemical warfare new hope in battle against disease... Intense sound vibrations age whiskey in 7 hours... mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
November 2006
Owen Edwards
Sky Writer Anne Morrow Lindbergh chronicled the flights made with her celebrated husband. The durable Sirius was far more than a magic carpet for a daring pair. These flights were critical to the future of aviation. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
World War II
December 2006
Mark J. Reardon
Battle of the Hurtgen Forest: The 9th Infantry Division Suffered in the Heavily Armed Woods The bitter and bloody experience of the 9th Infantry Division in the Hurtgen Forest in autumn 1944 should have been enough to warn Allied leaders that the German army wasn't finished just yet. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
World War II
December 2006
Letter In World War II, generals, admirals and field marshals, many of whom had led nothing larger than a division or flotilla before the war, were suddenly making decisions affecting the lives of hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of men on battlefields that could stretch across continents. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 15, 2006
Lionel Milgrom
Carbon Nanotubes: Saladin's Secret Weapon Carbon nanotubes are no longer the proud boast of 21st century materials scientists. It appears their discovery was unwittingly preempted by medieval Muslim sword-smiths whose tough Damascus blades taught the Crusaders the true meaning of cold steel. mark for My Articles 104 similar articles
December 2006
Mark DePu
Vietnam War: The Individual Rotation Policy The individual rotation policy was, in hindsight, clearly one of the worst ideas of the war. At the time, however, military planners had few options. mark for My Articles 584 similar articles
Science News
November 11, 2006
Timeline: From the November 7, 1936, issue Big trees find age rival in Sierra Mountain Juniper... Vaccine for influenza is now ready for trial use... Ozone closer to earth over the polar regions... mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
British Heritage
January 2007
Sian Ellis
Onward Christian Soldiers: The Story of the Salvation Army Long recognized as one of the most efficient and effective private charitable organizations in the world, the Salvation Army works in 109 countries and 175 languages across the globe. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
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