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U.S. Vietnam War Soldiers and Malaria - HistoryNet

Posted: (6 days ago) U.S. Vietnam War Soldiers and Malaria. ... HistoryNet.com is brought to you by Historynet LLC, the world's largest publisher of history magazines. HistoryNet.com contains daily features, photo galleries and over 5,000 articles originally published in our various magazines.

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Rendezvous: P.T. Barnum Meets Queen Victoria

Posted: (3 days ago) General Tom Thumb was the shameless showman’s ticket to Buckingham Palace, respectability and a bigger payday. P.T. Barnum may be the only man in history who ever attempted to achieve respectability by taking a midget to Buckingham Palace to meet Queen Victoria.

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Glenn Boyer Answers Six Questions About Wyatt Earp

Posted: (3 days ago) Glenn Boyer answers some of the oft-asked questions posed by Wyatt Earp fans. This article originally appeared in the October 2009 issue of Wild West magazine.. Why didn’t Wyatt “get” Ike Clanton, Peter Spence(r) and Johnny Behan during his 1882 vendetta?

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An Alaskan Village Holds the Key to ... - HistoryNet

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Ian Toll's Third Volume, 'Twilight of the Gods,' Out Next ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Preeminent military historian, Ian Toll, has recently announced the release date of his hotly anticipated conclusion to his Pacific War trilogy, Twilight of the Gods: War in the Western Pacific, 1944-1945.The book, expected out July 21, 2020, recounts the final and bloody last year of World War II in the Pacific.

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Alfred Mendes and the Story that Inspired the Film '1917'

Posted: (3 days ago) Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes hoped to capture in his grandfather's war story in the World War I film "1917."

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A Promise Betrayed: Reconstruction Policies ... - HistoryNet

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Lam Son 719 South Vietnam Invades Laos, 1971

Posted: (3 days ago) The Vietnam War’s best historian examines the costly attack on an enemy sanctuary. On February 8, 1971, less than two years after U.S. President Richard Nixon announced his intention to “Vietnamize” the war, troops (ARVN) crossed the border into Laos.

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What’s Your Number? The Vietnam War ... - HistoryNet

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Comanche Captives - HistoryNet

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