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I love the “no surviving battle reports” touch; leaving room for it to have been a possibility!
I read the story of the Young family several years ago, but I’d lost the link to the website. I was so happy to find this article! It is important that these stories be told.
What tragic and fascinating stories! How often I’ve seen an unknown face in a history book or article and wondered about the life that person lived. This is meaningful work. Thank you.
On Thursday November 8th, I’m taking over the Library of Congress’ Twitter feed for an experiment in…
Excellent work Flynn and thanks for sharing :)
Quite interesting! Thanks for sharing.
Definitely “Duck and Cover”. Riotously funny … as if climbing under a desk could save you from a nuclear detonation.
Q: Why is the Library of Congress considered the national…