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26 February 1940

26 February 1940

26 February 1940February >March Winter WarFinnish troops defend the ruins of ViipuriFinnish troops evacuate the fortress of KoivistoWar at SeaSwedish steamer Santos sunkHow to cite this article: Rickard, J (28 December 2007), 26 February 1940, http://www.

 Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee

Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee

After leaving Washington, he stopped in Alexandria for several days,as the guest of Mrs. A. M. Fitzhugh. It was at her country place,& 34;Ravensworth,& 34; about ten miles from town, that his mother had died,and there, in the old ivy-covered graveyard, she was buried. Mrs.Fitzhugh was the wife of my mother& 39;s uncle, Mr.

3,500-year-old tomb of a wealthy Greek warrior discovered

3,500-year-old tomb of a wealthy Greek warrior discovered

Archaeologists working on unearthing what was originally believed to be a house dating back to the Bronze Age at an archaeological site in Pylos, Greece, have made an impressive discovery. The infrastructure they were unearthing was not a house as originally believed but rather a completely intact tomb, supposedly of a warrior whose antiquity is believed to date back to 1.

Donald Trump Presidency - History

Donald Trump Presidency - History

The Presidency of Donald TrumpWhether you are a supporter or an opponent of DonaldTrump there can be no question that his Presidency will be historic. We will try to follow his Presidency here on a nearly day by day basis. Included will be each days Tweets that he makes.

They uncover new clues about who built Stonehenge

They uncover new clues about who built Stonehenge

The 5,000-year-old Stonehenge burials have revealed some hitherto overlooked details about the people who were cremated and buried amid its ring of towering rocks. Most of the remains were cremated, leaving only ashes, some bone fragments. and many archaeological questions, despite being known for a century.

Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing

Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing

Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing Here we see a Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing, a low level bombing technique that was mainly used against enemy shipping, as the bomb would bounce across the water towards the target, without getting high enough to actually bounce over a ship. The shape of the glazing suggests that this is either an A-20, A-20A or A-20C, but the details that would identify the exact model can& 39;t be seen.