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Outnumbered in the Dark

On May 13, 1918, Henry Johnson and Needham Roberts, both soldiers in the 369th Infantry division were on guard duty at a forward post in northeastern France. The enemy had a strong defensive position that the Allied forces hadn’t been

Ronald’s Audition

In 1932, Ronald Reagan was suffering the same fate as nearly a quarter of the United States working people: he was unemployed. Fresh out of college, his prospects were bleak, but he had enjoyed entertaining people ever since his early

Lose to Become President

Alton, Illinois – October 15, 1858 “(Right and wrong) are the two principles that have stood face to face from the beginning of time; and will ever continue to struggle,” Abraham Lincoln said in his concluding remarks of his seventh