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The author’s recent book centers on the Allied soldiers who first engaged the enemy at Normandy.
06/02/2022
Alex Kershaw: The First Wave on D-Day

The author’s recent book centers on the Allied soldiers who first engaged the enemy at Normandy.

The author’s latest book centers on the Allied soldiers who first engaged the enemy at Normandy

John Pemberton’s formula was introduced as the fountain drink Coca-Cola in May 1886 at the Jacobs Pharmacy in Atlanta. I...
06/01/2022
How the Civil War Created Coca-Cola

John Pemberton’s formula was introduced as the fountain drink Coca-Cola in May 1886 at the Jacobs Pharmacy in Atlanta. It sold 25 gallons the first year.

Soon after Coca-Cola hit the market, Pemberton became ill and was nearly bankrupt, which some reports attribute to his continuing morphine addiction. He

At 19 years old, Henry Langrehr was among the first to jump feet first into France behind enemy lines. June 5, 1944 was ...
06/01/2022
Whatever It Took: A Conversation with D-Day Veteran Henry Langrehr

At 19 years old, Henry Langrehr was among the first to jump feet first into France behind enemy lines. June 5, 1944 was the teen’s first time in combat.

“From the plane I was flying in to France I could see all the ships in the water, and I thought to myself, ‘I could have walked to France on these

The clash of dreadnoughts was as gigantic as it was indecisive. Both sides were losers. Nonetheless, one this day in 191...
05/31/2022
Jutland, The Greatest Naval Battle of WWI

The clash of dreadnoughts was as gigantic as it was indecisive. Both sides were losers. Nonetheless, one this day in 1916, the Battle of Jutland was a turning point of World War I.

The clash of dreadnoughts was as gigantic as it was indecisive. Both sides were losers. Nonetheless, the battle was a turning point.

Though Memorial Day was made an official federal holiday in 1971, its roots trace all the way back to the Civil War.
05/30/2022
The Real History of Memorial Day

Though Memorial Day was made an official federal holiday in 1971, its roots trace all the way back to the Civil War.

The true history of Memorial Day has nothing to do with backyard barbecues.

#OnThisDay in 1922, the Lincoln Memorial dedication ceremony drew more than 50,000 people to Washington, D.C. The new me...
05/30/2022
'Now He Belongs to the Ages': The Lincoln Memorial at 100

#OnThisDay in 1922, the Lincoln Memorial dedication ceremony drew more than 50,000 people to Washington, D.C. The new memorial showed how much the country had come together — and how much it still had to go. #MemorialDay

A century ago, the new memorial showed how much the country had come together — and how much it still had to go.

A century ago, the new memorial showed how much the country had come together — and how much it still had to go. #Memori...
05/29/2022
'Now He Belongs to the Ages': The Lincoln Memorial at 100

A century ago, the new memorial showed how much the country had come together — and how much it still had to go. #MemorialDay

A century ago, the new memorial showed how much the country had come together — and how much it still had to go.

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05/29/2022

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