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HistoryNet Nov 12
Happy U.S. Troops Celebrate the First “Veterans Day” in 1918, 100 Years Ago:
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HistoryNet Nov 12
Top quotes from former Secretary of State General Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis.
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HistoryNet Nov 12
Happy In partnership with HistoryNet, Griffin Johnsen, the Armchair Historian, explains how a celebration of peace became riots, reform, and remembrance:
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HistoryNet Nov 11
Happy In partnership with HistoryNet, Griffin Johnsen, the Armchair Historian, explains how a celebration of peace became riots, reform, and remembrance:
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HistoryNet Nov 11
Happy U.S. Troops Celebrate the First “Veterans Day” in 1918, 100 Years Ago:
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HistoryNet Nov 11
Happy Top quotes from former Secretary of State General Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis.
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HistoryNet Oct 21
Able and Baker: May 28, 1959, 40 miles North of Antigua— Two rhesus monkeys splash down in the nose cone of a Jupiter missile. The two “monkeynauts”—nicknamed Able and Baker—became the first animals to return alive from a spaceflight.
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HistoryNet Oct 19
Question: Which toy line started the 3.75 inch standard for action figures? 1. G.I. Joe 2. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 3. Star Wars 4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Answer:
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HistoryNet Oct 19
Hidden Civil War History Buried at D.C.’s Battleground National Cemetery:
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HistoryNet Oct 19
Fritz Opel’s Manned Rocket:
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HistoryNet Oct 19
The Battle of Kursk: Clash of the Tanks. The decisive moment of Hitler's offensive in the East.
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HistoryNet Oct 16
Spy Wares: Sophisticated high-tech devices enabled U.S. forces to keep tabs on the enemy, whose own low-tech approaches proved effective.
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HistoryNet Oct 10
Hidden Civil War History Buried at D.C.’s Battleground National Cemetery:
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HistoryNet Oct 10
Weston, West Virginia: State war town, known for its insane asylum, endured bedlam as the proud old dominion broke apart. Follow us on Instagram for daily history updates!
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HistoryNet Oct 10
North and South Behind Bars: Angela Zombek, assistant professor of history at University of North Carolina-Wilmington, grew interested in military prisons during a visit to Camp Chase.
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HistoryNet Oct 3
The Little Army That Won Big: In 1792 President George Washington and Secretary of War Henry Knox invented a new kind of army to fight Indians in the west. They called it the Legion of the United States.
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HistoryNet Oct 2
Rise and Fall of the Dreadnaught: The ideas of an obscure Italian naval architect ignited an arms race that involved the world’s great and not so great naval powers.
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HistoryNet Oct 2
Valor | Geneviéve de Galard: Known as l’ange de Dien Bien Phu, Geneviève de Galard is France’s greatest living military heroine and a recipient of the country’s highest honor.
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HistoryNet Oct 2
Senior Citizen-Soldier: In 1914 Caspar René Gregory, an internationally known biblical scholar, decided to go to war for his adopted homeland.
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HistoryNet Oct 2
Forged In Fire: Like tempered steel, the 7th Rhode Island emerged stronger and tougher from the Fredericksburg inferno.
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