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    Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 21, 2014

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The Manhattan Project and Einstein's Warning

The Manhattan Project and Einstein's Warning

At the dawn of the nuclear age, Albert Einstein was pressed into service to persuade President Franklin Roosevelt to accelerate the work that became the Manhattan Project.

The Forgotten Hero of the Civil War

The Forgotten Hero of the Civil War

Benjamin Franklin Butler was an important, but now long-forgotten figure both before and after the Civil War.

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 20, 2014

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 20, 2014

The U.S. Army hit the beaches of Leyte Island in the Philippines on this date 70 years ago, October 20, 1944, in America’s effort to liberate the nation from three years of Japanese rule. The Battle of Leyte, led by Gen. Douglas MacArthur (shown above in the shades and cap), resulted in a decisive Allied victory.

SPARTANS: ELITE WARRIORS OF ANCIENT GREECE 2

SPARTANS: ELITE WARRIORS OF ANCIENT GREECE 2

"For the Spartans, it wasn't walls or magnificent public buildings that made a city; it was their own ideals. In essence, Sparta was a city of the head and the heart. And it existed in its purest form in the disciplined march of a hoplite phalanx on their way to war!" - Bettany Hughes, Writer/Historian

Freemasonry and the Building of America

Freemasonry and the Building of America

Is the ‘stirring and potent idealism’ at the heart of a dying fraternity an answer to Americans’ isolation and self-interest?

Irish Discrimination and the Molly Maguires

Irish Discrimination and the Molly Maguires

Purported ‘terrorists,’ the Molly Maguires—if they existed at all—were real-life victims of the prejudice they hoped to escape.

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 19, 2014

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 19, 2014

Arleigh Burke was born on this date in 1901. He became one of America’s greatest naval officers - a daring and much-decorated destroyer commander during the Second World War, an admiral during the Cold War, and a notable Chief of Naval Operations.

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 18, 2014

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 18, 2014

The most widely-quoted maxim of Napoleon may be this one: 'Read and re-read the campaigns of Alexander, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Turenne, Eugene, and Frederick; take them for your model, that is the only way of becoming a great captain, to obtain the secrets of the art of war.' So…..who was Eugene?

Jamestown: A Profit-Driven Venture

Jamestown: A Profit-Driven Venture

The lure of quick and easy profits spurred English venture capitalists to back the colony at Jamestown 400 years ago; the real payoff was a new country.

The Real Gunfights of the Old West

The Real Gunfights of the Old West

Old West gunfighters were less counter-culture heroes than everyday thugs and riffraff on the wrong side of the law.

10 Most Haunted Historical Places

10 Most Haunted Historical Places

Here are ten of the most haunted locations in America.

Jim Bowie: The Blade Runner

Jim Bowie: The Blade Runner

One close call was all it took to send James Bowie down the path from average frontiersman to knife-fighting legend.