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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Science News
Julie Rehmeyer
Florence Nightingale: The Passionate Statistician She pioneered the use of applied statistics to develop policy and developed novel ways of displaying them. mark for My Articles
Autumn 2008
A Speech Not Given Excerpts from the speech President John F. Kennedy was to deliver in Dallas, Texas, on 22 November 1963, the day he was assassinated. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Scientific American
November 2008
Daniel C. Schlenoff
100 Years Ago: Engineering a City--New York City's Bridges Innovation and discovery as chronicled in past issues of Scientific American. mark for My Articles
Popular Mechanics
November 11, 2008
Andrew Moseman
The 6 Most Lethal Aircraft in History Aviation experts and warplane veterans take a look at the history of single-engine planes, fighters, bombers and attack helicopters and pick six of the most lethal fliers in the past 100 years. mark for My Articles 178 similar articles
November 8, 2008
Ken Gregg
Who am I? Guess the historical figure that wrote several science books for children and helped peak Michael Faraday's interest in electricity. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2008
David Mindell
Slideshow: Victorian Hacking The author, a professor of the history of engineering at MIT, traveled to England to lead a tour of Victorian technology -- a journey into the fantastical world of Watt, Babbage, Brunel, and other 19th-century hackers mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Scientific American
November 2008
Daniel C. Schlenoff
150 Years Ago: Using Light as a Cure Stories from past issues of Scientific American: Politics in science, economics of oil well depths, Cullinan diamond, using light as a curative agent, and the design of cigar boats. mark for My Articles
Popular Mechanics
September 26, 2008
Lindsay Brooke
Top 10 Ford Model T Tech Innovations That Matter 100 Years Later When Henry Ford's invention entered production 100 years ago this weekend, it wasn't the world's first inexpensive car -- others had beaten him to that slot. mark for My Articles 341 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
September 2008
Kieron Murphy
Ernst Stuhlinger: A Legend of the Space Age His life story could have been written by a sci-fi novelist mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Aug/Sep 2008
W. James Antle
Conservatives Against Empire The forgotten tradition of the antiwar right is remembered in Bill Kauffman's latest book. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
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