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Articles with keyword "Military history"

"The Battle of Lake Erie" by Julian O. Davidson

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Roosevelt the Revisionist

Young TR takes on the War of 1812.

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Tradition Comes to Light in a 20th-Century Space

Long-unseen Native American objects find a refurbished home in Pittsburgh.

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The Reluctant Cadet

A glimpse of the young would-be farmer who became a military hero and the president of the United States.

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Direct from the Front

Since the Spanish-American War, correspondents have balanced loyalty to their country with responsibility to inform the public.

A diver examines the wreck of U-85.

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Into the Deep

U-boats off the Carolina Coast were part of Germany's attack against American shipping in World War II.

Photo of Chad L. Williams

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Impertinent Questions with Chad L. Williams

African-American soldiers in WWI: A broadening experience for many.

Two sailing vessels at sea in nineteenth century

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A Diplomatic Education

Early in the Civil War, the Union narrowly avoided war with Britain.

Battle of Ft. Erie

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A Forgotten Hero in a Forgotten War

Thomas Pearson repelled American forces, driving Canada toward nationhood.

Image of Tres de Mayo (1814) by Francisco de Goya

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The Spanish Ulcer

Napoleon, Britain, and the Siege of Cádiz.

MV Maersk Alabama cargo ship

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National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum

Perched in its launch aft of the cargo ship MV Maersk Alabama, the small, orange vessel in which Captain Richard Phillips spent five tense days last year as the hostage of Somali pirates, loo