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Homefront B-29 Production

B-29s inbuilt Georgia helped the USA win the struggle with Japan. By Joe Kirby When Maj. Gen. Curtis Lemay, the hard-driving commander of the Twentieth U.S...

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Sports During World War II

Even in the course of the darkest days of the conflict, the morale-lifting enterprise of sport went on in america, Britian, Germany, and elsewhere. by Flint...

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The National Museum of the Marine Corps

Over half one million guests per yr come to the D.C. metro space to view the Corps’ proud 238-year historical past. By Al Hemingway Twenty miles outdoors...