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Atomic Annie: She Could Have Been Bigger

Large caliber artillery is not unique to the modern era, nor is it unique to the Cold War where many large artillery pieces were engineered…

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The Combined Bomber Offensive

The world trembled as fire rained down from the skies above. People were disoriented, frantic, and running for shelter as churches, hospitals, and houses burned…

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Resources for Networked Historians (and area residents)

Slowly but surely, my intent will be to include some additional resources here for fellow military historians and readers from my local geographic area. I…

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The U-2 Spy Plane Incident

Over the course of the Cold War, world powers found themselves constantly at odds with each other.  Nuclear testing was rampant.  Atomic research was unchecked. …

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The B-17 Flying Fortress

The Boeing Model 299 – that was the moniker that was the center of Boeing’s manufacturing and development centers in the early and mid 1930s. …

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Battening Down the Hatches

It was an interesting experience losing connection to the site for a few days. About a week ago I noticed that my attempts to reach…

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The Palomares Incident

One would certainly hope that we have always had a lock down on nuclear weapons, right?  After all, the most powerful nations in the world…

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An Unknown Compelling Force: Dyatlov Pass

Deep in the northern Ural mountains in Russia lies a mountain known as Kholat Syakhl.  The name literally translates to the phrase “Dead Mountain.”  For nine…

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“I’m Not Saying it was Aliens:” The Mystery of Roanoke

The original colony of Roanoke remains one of the most intriguing mysteries in the history of North America.  A number of theories have been presented…

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Fate/Apocrypha

The Type-Moon ensemble of anime is admittedly a puzzling one to me.  It seems to demand a certain amount of insider knowledge that I just…

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