RealClearHistory Morning Edition

Tuesday, July 22
What You Didn't Know About Moon Landing - Craig Nelson, PopSci
Does Anyone Own the Moon? - Victoria Jaggard, National Geographic
Why Moon Landing Is Still Awesome - Curtis Silver, Wired
Space Age from JFK to Obama - Blackwell & Morrison, American Thinker
Bull Run Breaks Illusions of Fast War - Ernest Furgurson, Smithsonian
Wake Up and Die, Marine! - R.R. Keene, Leatherneck Magazine
FDR's Infamous Court-Packing Scheme - Jacob Hornberger, FFF
The Hunt for Public Enemy No. 1 - A. May & M. Bardsley, Crime Library
Hussein Bros.: Sum of Two Evils - B. Bennett & M. Weisskopf, Time
Wiley Post: A Forgotten Pioneer Aviator - Stephen Sherman, Ace Pilots
Monday, July 21
What If July 20 Plotters Had Killed Hitler - Daily Mail
The Man Who Tried to Kill Hitler - Nigel Jones, World War II Magazine
What's Left of Hitler's 'Wolf's Lair' - Norbert Figueroa, Globo Treks
Germany's Short-Lived Colonies - Paul Beck, Savage and Soldier
Strange Life of West Germany's Spy Chief - David Childs, Independent
Romans Crush Jewish Revolt - Joseph Telushkin, Jewish Virtual Library
Turkey's Armed Entanglements in Cyprus - Hellenica
Henry Ford and His Company - Ford Bryan, Henry Ford Heritage Assn.
The Charming First Freeway of California - Jay Fisher, NY Times
The Mysterious, Tragic Death of Bruce Lee - Bruce Lee Fan Site
Saturday, July 19
What Happened to All the U-Boats? - Derek Waller, U boat
How Convoys Won Battle of Atlantic - John Barratt, Military History
Nero's Fire and Christian Persecution - M.B. Synge, Heritage History
Napoleon III Falls for a Misguided War - Britannica
Stirring China's Revolutionary Spirit - Richard Wertz, Chinese History
SS Great Britain: First Ironclad Ocean Crossing - Brunel 200
X-15 and the Fastest Men - Peter Garrison, Air & Space Magazine
Saving United Flight 232 - Al Haynes, Air Disaster
The Secrets of Paris Metro - Taras Grescoe, New York Times
Top 10 Public Transit Systems - Marc Voyer, Ask Men
Friday, July 18
Why Ted Kennedy Should Be Unforgiven - Carl Cannon, Politics Daily
Unanswered Questions at Chappaquiddick - Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe
How Real Is Obama's 'American Story'? - James Rosen, FOX News
Mein Kampf's Millions in Royalties - Jay Worthington, Cabinet Mag.
Why Germans Must Read 'Mein Kampf' - Christian Hartmann, Spiegel
ME-262 Ushers Age of Jet Fighters - J. Hatch & E. Petrinic, Stormbirds
Black Soldiers Join Bloody Battle - Brian Pohanka, America's Civil War
History of Colored Troops in Civil War - American Civil War
McDonald's Massacre Changed Police Tactics - Jim Kavanagh, CNN
Montserrat: Emerald Isle Under Ash - Phil Davison, The Independent
Thursday, July 17
Secret Files Tell Romanovs' Final Terror - Paul Lashmar, Independent
DNA Test Dispels Myth of Tsar's Murder - Amanda Gardner, HealthDay
Truman, Stalin and the Cold War - Walter LaFeber, PBS
Oder-Neisse and Dismemberment of Prussia - Global Security
Potsdam and Rebuilding of Germany - German History in Documents
Franco Rises From Bloody War - John Simkin, Spartacus Educational
Spanish Civil War: Practice for World War - Century of Flight
Francisco Franco: A Brutal, Complicated Life - Britannica
4th Crusaders Crush Byzantine - Richard Robinson, Military History
TWA Crash Conspiracy Theories Won't Die - Jeffery Reid, CNN
Wednesday, July 16
Remarkable Story of History's 1st Hijacking - Mark Footer, SCMP
Why JFK Jr.'s Plane Crashed - Eric Nolte, Airline Safety
D.C. Fulfills Vision of a Frenchman - Kenneth Fletcher, Smithsonian
How D.C. Became Nation's Capital - Bob Arnebeck, The Seat of Empire
Trinity Test Brings Dawn of Atomic Age - Chuck Chriss, Olive-Drab
Oppenheimer: Communist Spy? - Haynes & Klehr, Washington Decoded
Billy the Kid and the Wild West - Joseph Geringer, Crime Library
An Engineering Marvel Under Alps - Keith Barry, Wired
How Amazon Became a Behemoth - W.J. Campbell, The 1995 Blog
DiMaggio's Hit Streak? A Fluke - Leonard Mlodinow, Wall Street Journal
Tuesday, July 15
The Truth About 'Malaise Speech' - Kevin Mattson, American Prospect
Origins of Conservative Movement - Lee Edwards, Heritage Foundation
Nazi Eugenics' American Roots - Edwin Black, San Francisco Chronicle
Progressive Enthusiasm for Eugenics - Farhad Manjoo, Salon
Who Owns the Rosetta Stone? - C. Edwardes & C. Milner, The Telegraph
Safekeepers' Fight for Artifacts - Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper
The Life and Crimes of a Blundering Butcher - The Economist
Gerald Ford's Reign of Error - Christopher Hitchens, Slate
Gianni Versace: Tagged for Murder - Richard Lacayo, Time
Central America's Bloody and Real 'Football War' - ADST
Monday, July 14
10 Bloodiest Battles of World War I - Justin Jurek, TopTenz
Battle of Futility on Western Front - Michael Duffy, First World War
Did Hitler Lose a Testicle at Somme? - Alastair Jamieson, Telegraph
A Killing in the French Revolution - Dean Swift, General History
From Economic Crisis to Napoleon - Frank Smitha, Microhistory
How Midwest Became Middle America - Ohio History Central
What You Don't Know About 'Hollywood' Sign - History Channel
New York City in Flames Over Civil War Draft - The Lincoln Institute
Gotham's Night of Chaos and Crime - Leonard Greene, NY Post
Legacy of Yankees' Indomitable 'Boss' - Bob Nightingale, USA Today
Saturday, July 12
Hamilton's Eventful Life and Tragic Death - Douglas Linder, UMKC
The True Meaning of Blitzkrieg War - Florian Waitl, Military History
Manstein: Paper Pusher or War Hero? - Jorg Muth, Axis History
Medal of Honor: History, Legend and Myth - L. Padilla & R. Castagnaro
The Origin of Medal of Honor - Greg Kapp, History Pop
Third Crusade Reaches Its Crescendo - John Rickard, History of War
Vigilantes Take on Strikers in Bisbee - Gary Nelson, Arizona Republic
How Ferraro Changed History - Joel Goldstein, Huffington Post
Mick Jagger: Rolling Stones at 50 - Tom Hibbert, The Guardian
The Night Disco Went Up in Smoke - Joe LaPointe, New York Times

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