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British Vogue
Remembering Bill Cunninghama milliner, working under the name William J, although his life in the city was
Remembering Bill Cunningham
British Vogue / Posted 5 hours ago
a milliner, working under the name William J, although his life in the city was interrupted when he was conscripted to the American army in the early Fifties. He returned in 1953 and picked up a job in fashion photography job at WWD, documenting... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
PATRICK J. BUCHANAN: Is Hillary the one to go trolling for war with Russia?al-Nusra and ISIS?Should ISIS reach Damascus first, and a slaughter of Alawites
PATRICK J. BUCHANAN: Is Hillary the one to go trolling for war with Russia?
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
al-Nusra and ISIS?Should ISIS reach Damascus first, and a slaughter of Alawites and Christians ensue, would we send an American army to save them?According to CIA Director John Brennan, ISIS is spreading and coming to Europe and America. Does... Read more
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New Kerala
Deliberations held in US over entry of Sikhs into US Army - newkerala.com #80882Indian Army officer, seeking to get a one time solution for US Sikhs to get rel
Deliberations held in US over entry of Sikhs into US Army - newkerala.com #80882
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
Indian Army officer, seeking to get a one time solution for US Sikhs to get religious accommodation in order to serve the American Army. The round table briefing saw the participation of Major General Richard Cripwell, Defense Attache, UK... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Where can I see fireworks in my neighborhood?at the same time and place. Come celebrate Independence Day at Worlds of Fun!
Where can I see fireworks in my neighborhood?
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 5 days ago
at the same time and place. Come celebrate Independence Day at Worlds of Fun! Complimentary admission for Veterans of the American Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard.Veterans can also purchase discounted admissions for up to six (6)... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Patrick Buchanan: Trolling for war with Russiaal-Nusra and ISIS? Should ISIS reach Damascus first, and a slaughter of Alawit
Patrick Buchanan: Trolling for war with Russia
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 6 days ago
al-Nusra and ISIS? Should ISIS reach Damascus first, and a slaughter of Alawites and Christians ensue, would we send an American army to save them? According to CIA Director John Brennan, ISIS is spreading and coming to Europe and America. Does... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Hillary’s the one!al-Nusra and ISIS? Should ISIS reach Damascus first, and a slaughter of Alawit
Hillary’s the one!
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
al-Nusra and ISIS? Should ISIS reach Damascus first, and a slaughter of Alawites and Christians ensue, would we send an American army to save them? According to CIA Director John Brennan, ISIS is spreading and coming to Europe and America. Does... Read more
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Breitbart
EXCLUSIVE – Syrian Official: American Attack on Assad’s Regime Would Strengthen Terrorist GroupsSyrian army’s measures against IS, Nusra Front, and other radical groups, and i
EXCLUSIVE – Syrian Official: American Attack on Assad’s Regime Would Strengthen Terrorist Groups
Breitbart / Posted 7 days ago
Syrian army’s measures against IS, Nusra Front, and other radical groups, and in return dedicate its efforts to facing the American army. “The last few months have proved that when we’re all fighting together, IS is receding,” he said. “Now these... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
America's 'Role' in Doe's Downfallgenerosity, and according to Amb. Smith "he can't emphasize strongly enough how
America's 'Role' in Doe's Downfall
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
generosity, and according to Amb. Smith "he can't emphasize strongly enough how helpful it was to have this small group of American army officers, consisting of Lieutenant Colonels and Majors." This group of officers closely related to their... Read more
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Business Insider
These 16 photos show how even the harshest elements cannot stop the US militaryearly days of Valley Forge to the Battle of the Bulge, years of fighting in cam
These 16 photos show how even the harshest elements cannot stop the US military
Business Insider / Posted 9 days ago
early days of Valley Forge to the Battle of the Bulge, years of fighting in campaigns throughout the world has given the American army knowledge into being prepared for adverse weather patterns. Here's 17 pictures that show how the US military... Read more
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Hamilton News
COLUMN: Cassius Clay or Mohammed Ali, he was a man of his timesand supreme confidence. In 1964 Clay became Mohammed Ali and joined the Nation
COLUMN: Cassius Clay or Mohammed Ali, he was a man of his times
Hamilton News / Posted 11 days ago
and supreme confidence. In 1964 Clay became Mohammed Ali and joined the Nation of Islam. He refused to be drafted into the American army which resulted in greater animosity from the press and sports world which made it difficult for him to fight in... Read more
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FOX News
So what if Orlando terrorist was gay? Motives don't matter when terrorists are shootingno different from what I ran into when I was held captive in Kabul so long ago.
So what if Orlando terrorist was gay? Motives don't matter when terrorists are shooting
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
no different from what I ran into when I was held captive in Kabul so long ago. Back then, the American Embassy, like the American Army today, believed that America was a guest in someone else's country and that our job is not to criticize local... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Vestiges of the Philippine-American WarThe Philippine-American War was an armed conflict between an independent Philip
Vestiges of the Philippine-American War
Pilipino Star / Posted 15 days ago
The Philippine-American War was an armed conflict between an independent Philippine republic and the United States of America that lasted for almost a decade. It is also one of the least written about period in our history and its heroes, like Malvar... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Eulogies, Tears As the Greatest, Ali, Goes Home1966 Uses his Black Muslim religion to claim the status of a conscientious obj
Eulogies, Tears As the Greatest, Ali, Goes Home
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
1966 Uses his Black Muslim religion to claim the status of a conscientious objector and refuses call-up into the American army. LOOSE OF BOXING LICENCE: April 1967 Refuses to take the symbolic step forward when summoned to Houston for... Read more
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The Age
Muhammad Ali: Heavyweight legend of all timehistorical figure of the past 50 years. His great moment came outside the ring
Muhammad Ali: Heavyweight legend of all time
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
historical figure of the past 50 years. His great moment came outside the ring when, in 1967, he refused to enlist in the American army and fight in the Vietnam war. There is footage of him addressing students at white universities at the time,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Marching bands in Thailand & Prince Paribatra Sukhumbhandtraditional music. Another important brass instructor in Siam was Jacob Veit (
Marching bands in Thailand & Prince Paribatra Sukhumbhand
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 17 days ago
traditional music. Another important brass instructor in Siam was Jacob Veit (1844-1905), a German-American who served the American army in California during the Civil War in 1866. Veit came to Siam and worked as music instructor at the Front Place... Read more
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The North West Star
Muhammad Ali: A legend like no otherhistorical figure of the past 50 years. His great moment came outside the ring
Muhammad Ali: A legend like no other
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
historical figure of the past 50 years. His great moment came outside the ring when, in 1967, he refused to enlist in the American army and fight in the Vietnam war. There is footage of him addressing students at white universities at the time,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ali's Visit to Kenya in 1980 Inspired Local Boxers to Dream Bigwas a man who stood for his beliefs regardless of the consequences. In 1966 for
Ali's Visit to Kenya in 1980 Inspired Local Boxers to Dream Big
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
was a man who stood for his beliefs regardless of the consequences. In 1966 for example, he refused to be inducted in the American Army as a matter of principle. "Why," he demanded, "should they ask me to go 10,000 miles from home and drop bombs... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Behind Historical Road MarkersWashington’s journey, December 3 to 23, 1783, from New York to Annapolis to res
Behind Historical Road Markers
Bay Weekly / Posted 20 days ago
Washington’s journey, December 3 to 23, 1783, from New York to Annapolis to resign as Commander-in-Chief of the first American army. Each state has its own marker program. If you know of an interesting historical place not marked by a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
African Press Review 6 June 2016with ease, but also for his civil rights crusade". The paper recalls that Ali
African Press Review 6 June 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
with ease, but also for his civil rights crusade". The paper recalls that Ali once refused to be drafted into the American Army to serve in the Vietnam War, and got stripped of his titles claiming "he didn't see the sense in going to kill... Read more
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FOX News
Vets, families remember Normandy D-Day landings, 72 years onlanded as dawn was breaking June 6, 1944. It was a pivotal moment in the war.
Vets, families remember Normandy D-Day landings, 72 years on
FOX News / Posted 21 days ago
landed as dawn was breaking June 6, 1944. It was a pivotal moment in the war. “The allied army, more specifically, the American Army, they came to liberate, not to conquer,” Denis van den Brink, communications officer of the city of Carentan,... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
D-Day: A story of liberation and hopebasis. For the detainees at the camp, the news of the war was their life. Thei
D-Day: A story of liberation and hope
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
basis. For the detainees at the camp, the news of the war was their life. Their fates were tied to the progress of the American army. Once Jacques was moved to Ohrdruf concentration camp, news on the progress of the Allied troops completely... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
NPR photographer and his translator killed in Taliban ambushenough to take action?” The NPR team’s most recent report, Thursday on the net
NPR photographer and his translator killed in Taliban ambush
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
enough to take action?” The NPR team’s most recent report, Thursday on the network’s Morning Edition program, described American Army Special Forces troops working with their Afghan counterparts and using drones to hunt Taliban insurgents. Mr.... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Ali: How Britain fell in love with The Greatesta one-man crusade to London in 1967 to protest against Ali losing his licence b
Ali: How Britain fell in love with The Greatest
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 22 days ago
a one-man crusade to London in 1967 to protest against Ali losing his licence because of his refusal to be drafted into the American army. Monaghan marched up and down with a sign demanding justice. Ali heard about the 'guy in England' and that was... Read more
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Nottingham Post
'The day I met Muhammad Ali' by 94-old womanto superstardom when he knocked-out heavyweight champion Sonny Liston in 1964 b
'The day I met Muhammad Ali' by 94-old woman
Nottingham Post / Posted 23 days ago
to superstardom when he knocked-out heavyweight champion Sonny Liston in 1964 before famously refusing to fight for the American army in the Vietnam War. Ali also had fierce rivalries with adversaries Joe Frazier and George Foreman, fighting... Read more
24d
CNN
What kind of commander in chief would Clinton be?the Obama administration's policy, which is a withdrawal of U.S. forces. On IS
What kind of commander in chief would Clinton be?
CNN / Posted 24 days ago
the Obama administration's policy, which is a withdrawal of U.S. forces. On ISIS and Syria, she would not send in a large American Army. "I do not believe that we should again have a hundred-thousand American troops in combat in the Middle East,"... Read more
24d
The Washington Times
WILLIAM TRIPLETT: A Middle East report cardthe people of Libya and the West, the Lockerby Pan Am bombing being only one ex
WILLIAM TRIPLETT: A Middle East report card
The Washington Times / Posted 24 days ago
the people of Libya and the West, the Lockerby Pan Am bombing being only one example. However, when Col. Gadhafi saw the American Army drag Saddam Hussein out of a hole in December 2003, a new and improved version of the Colonel made an... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Army sergeant called 'Rambo' who ran hitmen squad jailed for DEA murder plotYork, said Hunter deserved a lengthy sentence for his "grave and serious" and s
Army sergeant called 'Rambo' who ran hitmen squad jailed for DEA murder plot
Daily Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
York, said Hunter deserved a lengthy sentence for his "grave and serious" and sentenced him to 20 years behind bars. An American Army sergeant with more than 20 years of military experience, apologised in court, saying he would still be with his... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Two Memorial Day stories of remembering echo, centuries apartdue to complications from injuries after an explosion in Afghanistan that took
Two Memorial Day stories of remembering echo, centuries apart
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 27 days ago
due to complications from injuries after an explosion in Afghanistan that took both his legs. Both men were members of the American Army. Both men were brave. After they died, both men were honored by the people they loved, and remembered by the... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Two stories of remembering the fallen echo, centuries apartcomplications from injuries after an explosion in Afghanistan that amputated bo
Two stories of remembering the fallen echo, centuries apart
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 27 days ago
complications from injuries after an explosion in Afghanistan that amputated both his legs. Both men were members of the American Army. Both men were brave. After they died, both men were honored by the people they loved, and remembered by the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
The prince diariestraditional music. Another important brass instructor in Siam was Jacob Veit (
The prince diaries
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 27 days ago
traditional music. Another important brass instructor in Siam was Jacob Veit (1844-1905), a German-American who served the American army in California during the Civil War in 1866. Veit came to Siam and worked as music instructor at the Front Place... Read more
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Philly.com
Never forget the squadmates who died on WWII battlefieldof shrapnel that never quite reached my skull. My gratitude for the care I rece
Never forget the squadmates who died on WWII battlefield
Philly.com / Posted 28 days ago
of shrapnel that never quite reached my skull. My gratitude for the care I received in that barn would apply as well to the American Army hospitals and staff that, for the next six months, would treat me in Luxembourg, Paris, England, and the United... Read more
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Breitbart
American Resourcefulness: The Revolutionary War Siege of Ninety SixBritish were forced to retreat and retrench farther toward their main base in C
American Resourcefulness: The Revolutionary War Siege of Ninety Six
Breitbart / Posted a month ago
British were forced to retreat and retrench farther toward their main base in Charleston. In late May, Greene and the main American army set out to take Ninety Six. The story of their siege on this British outpost is recounted in a new bestselling... Read more
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Breitbart
The Unfinished Memorial DayGist, held off the British long enough to help save a corps of Washington’s tro
The Unfinished Memorial Day
Breitbart / Posted a month ago
Gist, held off the British long enough to help save a corps of Washington’s troops, and arguably the bulk of the nascent American army, from destruction. The Marylanders’ forlorn assaults delayed a British attack on American fortifications at... Read more
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DW
Mary Murakami: "A part of US history most people don’t want to hear about" |had to serve in the US Army. As soon as my brother finished high school, he was
Mary Murakami: "A part of US history most people don’t want to hear about" |
DW / Posted a month ago
had to serve in the US Army. As soon as my brother finished high school, he was drafted and sent to Germany. A Japanese-American Army unit liberated one of the sub-camps of Dachau. It was so ironic, because most of the soldiers in that unit,... Read more
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Poinsett County Democrat Tribune
The Mexican War is cominggovernment really meant war. All out war. A Mexican army moved northward to the
The Mexican War is coming
Poinsett County Democrat Tribune / Posted a month ago
government really meant war. All out war. A Mexican army moved northward to the Rio Grande and then crossed that river. An American army moved southward toward the Rio Grande. On April 26, 1846, scout parties of two armies fought a skirmish, and... Read more

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