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The Army Heritage Trail to Host World War II Living History Re-enactors
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This weekend, the Army Heritage Trail at the U.S Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) will be inhabited by a group of World War II reenact...
FORMER CIA OPERATIONS OFFICER TO OPEN ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION OF INTELLIGENCE IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
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TEENAGE CIVIL WAR EXPERT TO LECTURE ON MYSTERIOUS COMPONENT OF THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN
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**Due to unexpected circumstances, Mr. Tom Ryan will no longer be giving the June Perspectives in Military History Lecture. We regret this last ...
Secrets and Spies Turn the Tide at Gettysburg
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As General Robert E. Lee led his resolute rebels on a steamy summer invasion in June 1863, intrigue and slithering spies acted in direct competit...

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