30SEP 2016
Pearl Harbor President

Pearl Harbor President

The Day of Infamy Address December 8, 1941 FDR issued a national call to arms on the day after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. He expressed outrage at Japan and confidence in the inevitable triumph of the United States. On December 8, 1941, the United States declared war against Japan;…
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29SEP 2016
Where did Lewis and Clark Expedition Start?

Where did Lewis and Clark Expedition Start?

Sample Where It All Began The Lewis and Clark Expedition Worksheet Reading Comprehension Worksheets edHelper.com Subscribers: Build a printable worksheet with the complete story and puzzles Build a proofreading activity Where It All Began The Lewis and Clark Expedition By Tammy Scarbrough 1 American…
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28SEP 2016
What ships were sunk in Pearl Harbor?

What ships were sunk in Pearl Harbor?

Five of these battleships were sunk outright. That does not mean they were all blown apart by a rain of Japanese munitions. “The available documentary evidence suggests that, of those five, the and were lost because of design defects, the was simply overwhelmed by force her defenses were not meant to thwart, and the was sunk because of the performance of her officers and crew…

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27SEP 2016
Man Lands on moon Newspaper

Man Lands on moon Newspaper

The front page of the Daily Express at its reported the Moon landing 45 years ago [REX/E&S] The launch of Apollo 11 went without at a hitch and at 3.56am London time on July 21 the American astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the surface of the moon immortalising his feat in the unforgettable line: “That’s one small step for man but one giant…

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26SEP 2016
Manhattan Project quotes

Manhattan Project quotes

J. Robert Oppenheimer led the scientific efforts which produced the first atomic bomb for the United States, in 1945. Despite his brilliant achievements at the Manhattan Project, Oppenheimer s misgivings about atomic weaponry in general led to his isolation from government weapons research in the years following the war. Oppenheimer was born in New York City on April 22, 1904…

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25SEP 2016
American Revolutionary War Film

American Revolutionary War Film

Hollywood has often turned to American history for stirring and patriotic historical films, but the War of Independence has proven to be the most difficult period to portray. This is not because the conflict between Britain and the American colonies lacks exciting vignettes: the Boston tea party, the first shots fired at Lexington, the signing of the Declaration of Independence…

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24SEP 2016
Abraham Lincoln death video

Abraham Lincoln death video

His many nicknames included “the Great Emancipator” and “Honest Abe.” Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’ll be learning more about the life and accomplishments of President Abraham Lincoln. Early Years Born February 12th, 1809 in Kentucky, Lincoln spent his youth on farms in rural America. Mostly self-educated, he began to study law in 1835, only after he was elected to…

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23SEP 2016
Duke Nukem Manhattan Project Cheats

Duke Nukem Manhattan Project Cheats

The Babes of Duke Nukem Forever Babes are the women in Duke Nukem games. They are quite an essential part of the game, giving it more uniqueness and character. They are young, attractive females, who are harmless and are often illustrated as victims of the alien invasion. They show different behaviors, styles, have various appearances, like clothing or hair color. Their categorization…

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22SEP 2016
British view of the American Revolution

British view of the American Revolution

Thomas Jefferson was worried. The year was 1784, and he was in Europe to negotiate trade agreements on behalf of the newly independent United States. But the republic had a problem with its image. So Jefferson decided to set the record straight with an article in Europe’s leading newspaper, the French-language Gazette of Leiden. America,he wrote, characterizing the prevailing…

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21SEP 2016
World War Two Veterans

World War Two Veterans

CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. — On his first night in his assisted-living home, Gunter Buhrdorf ate dinner with another World War II soldier. He was, for the second time in his life, a stranger in a new land. The assisted-living facility staff gave him the open seat at George Williams’s four-person table. They hoped the men, veterans only several years apart in age, would get along…

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