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  1. Fighting for the Confederacy: The Personal Recollections of General Edward Porter Alexander by Edward Porter Alexander, 1998-03-02
  2. Zulu War (General Military) by Ian Knight, Ian Castle, 2004-07-25
  3. The Myth of the Great War: A New Military History of World War I by John Mosier, 2002-08-01
  4. The US Army in World War II (General Military) by Mark Henry, 2001-08-25
  5. Sheridan: The Life and Wars of General Phil Sheridan by Roy Morris, 1993-07-27
  6. Principles and maxims of the art of war: outpost service general instructions for battles reviews by G T (Gustave Toutant) Beauregard, 1969-12-31
  7. Generals in Bronze: Interviewing the Commanders of the Civil War
  8. War Between the Generals by David John Cawdell Irving, 1986-06
  9. The Korean War by Carte Malkasian, 2001-11-01
  10. Virginia's General: Robert E. Lee and the Civil War by Albert Marrin, 1994-10
  11. The Swarm War (Star Wars: Dark Nest, Book 3) by Troy Denning, 2005-12-27
  12. General Thomas Gage: British General (Revolutionary War Leaders) by Bonnie Hinman, 2001-12
  13. Traitor (Star Wars: The New Jedi Order, Book 13) by Matthew Stover, 2002-07
  14. Force Heretic I: Remnant (Star Wars: The New Jedi Order, Book 15) by Sean Williams, Shane Dix, 2003-02

81. Naval War College Library
general information about the library and links to NWC publications, the online catalog, and external links of interest.
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Site Search: 686 Cushing Road - Newport, RI 02841
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82. Kennesaw Civil War Museum, Kennesaw, Georgia
service. Displayed in both Chattanooga and Nashville, the general visitedmany of the Civil war veterans gatherings in the South. A
Kennesaw Civil War Museum
County: Cobb
Type:Museum The Kennesaw Civil War Museum has become The Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History. It opened on March 30, 2003. We have left this page on-line for historical reference.
What a treat.
The Kennesaw Civil War Museum (formerly the Big Shanty Museum) is an information-packed excursion into area Civil War history and one event in particular The Great Locomotive Chase. Their web site proclaims "America's favorite locomotiveAmerica's favorite railroad story" and they are right. The story of The General, The Texas and the men that rode each locomotive into history is as compelling today as it was in 1862.
"All aboard" cries the conductor in the short movie that retells the story of April 12 th, 1862. The museum introduces each man who had a role in the escapade including all the Union spies (misguided boys from Ohio and Kentucky) and gives an overview of the situation before the chase.
Pictures trace the life of the General and Texas, from their birth in Paterson, New Jersey until their last days of service. Displayed in both Chattanooga and Nashville, the General visited many of the Civil War veterans gatherings in the South.
A gift shop in the museum has many items relating to The Great Locomotive Chase including a Buster Keaton movie and a Disney movie, and a video that includes vintage footage of the restoration, highlights from the Keaton film and a recently discovered short film from 1913 about the chase.

83. Kensington Glen Publishing - Genealogy Reference Books (Wills, Census, And Other
Offers genealogy reference books, including general, veterans, and mortality census and wills, marriage bonds, and Civil war amnesty papers covering North Carolina and Virginia.
North Carolina Civil War Amnesty Papers
Amnesty papers containing pardon applications and related papers submitted 1865-67.
North Carolina and Virginia Mortality Census

Mortality census for North Carolina and Virginia from 1850 through 1880.
North Carolina Wills

Wills from Bertie, Gates, and Hertford counties in North Carolina from 1760 through 1921
North Carolina and Virginia General Census

General census for North Carolina and Virginia from 1790 through 1880.
North Carolina Veterans Census and Marriage Bonds

North Carolina Civil War veterans census and Gates County marriage bonds.
Birdie - A Girl of the Old South
The autobiography of Sally Lavinia Howell Bradshaw Davis, from her birth in 1862 in Gates County, North Carolina, through her life in Southampton and Nansemond Counties, Virginia and Stewart County, Georgia. Kensington Glen Publishing 2105 Gateway Street North Middleton, Wisconsin 53562-3405 For more information send e-mail to or write to the above postal address.

84. Glossary
Glossary of world war II aviation terms.
ABC; AIRBORNE CIGAR. A jamming de vice to interfere with enemy RT channels in the 30-33 MHz, 38.3-42.5 MHz and 48-52 MHz wavebands. Range 50 miles. AI; Airborne Interception. A progressive series of radars carried by aircraft. AIRBORNE GROCER: A device for barrage-jamming of Wurzburgs. Extremely vulnerable to being homed onto. ASDIC , (Allied Submarine Investigation Committee), a ship-borne sonic detection system first developed in 1917. ASPIDISTRA; Codename for the ground transmitters operating the DARTBOARD interference system ASV; Air to Surface Vessel. An airborne or shipborne radar used to detect surfaced U-boats and other surface vessels Reconnaisance AVM Air Vice Marshal. A senior rank equivalent to 4-star General. BAGFUL - A device for making a permanent record on paper tape, detailing wavelength, time and duration of incoming signals BIG BEN ; North Sea patrols undertaken by Bomber Command to try to detect the guidance system of the German V2 rockets. BIG WING A plan espoused by DRS Bader during the Battle of Britain. A tactic to use five or more fighter squadrons together. The plan was not workable until after the Battle but its proposal was divisive and damaging to the unity of Fighter Command.

85. The University Of North Carolina Press
Publisher of general and academic books and journals in the humanities and social sciences. Special emphasis on the Civil war and Southern culture.

Hugh Morton's North Carolina

by Hugh Morton
Foreword by William Friday
History through the lens of the state's premier photojournalist
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86. Cyndi's List - U.S. - Civil War / War For Southern Independence
WWW.CIVILwar.COM general Civil war site with many links to Civil war sites includinga genealogy page of links. general Resource Sites ~ By State or Locality.
See also: - Civil War Service Records
U.S. - Civil War / War for Southern Independence
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Planting Your Family Tree Online
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    African-Americans in the War
    • ~ Oberlin, Ohio
    • African-American Medal of Honor Winners from the Civil War to the Spanish American War.
    • The current version of the CWSS is a new presentation of the names and regimental histories of the African American units in the Union Army.

87. Korea 1998 Pilgrimage - Veterans Affairs Canada
Canadian veterans visited the war zone on the 45th anniversary of the Korean ceasefire. Site provides a daily report, a timeline, and map of the visit and biographies of the visiting veterans.

88. West Point Sutlers
Merchant supplies accoutrements for American Civil war reenactors and collectors and general militaria for the World wars; antique pistols and edged weapons, badges, military uniforms. Events schedule, ordering information, reenactment image gallery.

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Tel/fax: 44(0)121 453 7016
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10.00 am till 5.00 pm
**During the season, please call first to make sure we are open as we may be at a re-enactment** (check Events page) last updated 8 June 2004 Tell us what you think of our site!

89. The American Revolutionary War
Baron de Kalb, a German mercenary in the French army who fought so well during theSeven Years war that he rose in rank from Lieutenant to Brigadier general.
The American Revolutionary War "Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peacebut there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in that field! Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me give me liberty or give me death!" Patrick Henry Revised January 30, 2001 Table of Contents Revolutionary War Beginnings The Pre War Years The Birth of A Nation ... E-Mail Revolutionary War Beginnings The American Revolutionary War was the outgrowth of the colonists' desire not to be taxed without the right to representation in the Parliament of England. Following the French and Indian War, England needed to recoup some of the cost of the war from the colonists. To the British it only seemed fair that the Colonies pay a share for their own defense. Britain resorted to the Stamp Act of 1765 as a means to raise money from the Colonies. This act resulted in outrage from the Colonies and led to rioting, rhetoric, and the formation of the Stamp Act Congress. These actions quickly led to the repeal of the Stamp Act; however, there were many new taxes levied to take its place. The Americans continued to object strongly to these new measures and formed organized political groups such as the Committee of Correspondence and the Sons of Liberty. "Taxation without representation is tyranny," quickly became the battle cry of the Colonies.

90. Stellar Crisis Room - Welcome
general resource for the free, interactive web war/strategy game. Includes FAQ, beginner's tutorial, links to active servers, annotated archive of past game maps, build calculators, history of the game, and news about players and servers.


Captain, she won't hold

91. The Doughboy Center - General Headquarters
Comprehensive information on the American Expeditionary Force in World war I

92. The General Framework Agreement
The full text of the Dayton Agreement of November 1995, which ended the Bosnian war and established the current constitutional setup.

93. War Is A Racket, By Major General Smedley Butler, 1935
This newly acquired territory promptly is exploited by the few the selfsame fewwho wrung dollars out of blood in the war. The general public shoulders the
back to CAH ratville times rat haus Index ... ASCII text formats ) War Is A Racket By Major General Smedley Butler
Contents Chapter 1: War Is A Racket Chapter 2: Who Makes The Profits? Chapter 3: Who Pays The Bills? Chapter 4: How To Smash This Racket! Chapter 5: To Hell With War! Smedley Darlington Butler
  • Born: West Chester, Pa., July 30, 1881
  • Educated: Haverford School
  • Married: Ethel C. Peters, of Philadelphia, June 30, 1905
  • Awarded two congressional medals of honor:
  • capture of Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914
  • capture of Ft. Riviere, Haiti, 1917
  • Distinguished service medal, 1919
  • Major General - United States Marine Corps
  • Retired Oct. 1, 1931
  • On leave of absence to act as
    director of Dept. of Safety, Philadelphia, 1932
  • Lecturer 1930's
  • Republican Candidate for Senate, 1932
  • Died at Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, June 21, 1940
  • For more information about Major General Butler,
    contact the United States Marine Corps.

CHAPTER ONE War Is A Racket WAR is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small "inside" group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.

94. Missourians In The First World War
History, biographies, rosters, photos of Missourians and Missouri units of World war I, including information on the 35th and 89th divisions. Prominent Missourians including general Pershing and Harry Truman.
Missourians in the First World War
"Lafayette, We Are Here!"
By Scott K. Williams (Florissant, Mo.) September 26, 1918 and the 129th Field Artillery Regiment, 35th Division begins its barrage against the German positions in France. The above illustration is battery D commanded by 2nd Lt. Harry S. Truman (soldier with spectacles), future President of the United States. Just before midnight on September 25 Truman's battery awoke early to prepare for an 4 AM offensive against the German line at the Argonne Forest... Had they not awoke earlier, as Truman later recalled, he "wouldn't be here [today] because the Germans fired a barrage on my sleeping place" [during the night]. The above illustration, a heritage series print, courtesy of the National Guard.
The American Legion's "American" Birthplace: St. Louis, Mo.
American Legion Monument, across the street from the Soldier's Memorial, at 1315 Chestnut Street in St. Louis, marks the exact location where veterans of World War I (American Expeditionary Force) began the American Legion in May 9 of 1919. While the veterans had met in Paris, France on March 15-17, 1919, the American Legion name and the organization's Constitution was approved in St. Louis, Mo. So while the American Legion was conceived in Paris, France, it really was of American birth, being born in St. Louis, Mo. The Preamble of the American Legion's Constitution reads

95. Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.)
The guy who almost started World war III? From The Guardian, Tuesday August 3,1999 I m not going to start the third world war for you, general Sir Mike
Wesley Clark Many people have recently added comments to this page criticizing the author for having the audacity to be critical of Clark. To those I say check out Clark carefully. Read the CounterPoint article or the one from Insitemag . Read what British General Sir Mike Jackson had to say to Clark when he ordered him to send assault troops to prevent Russian troops from taking over the airfield of Kosovo's provincial capital. Read what David Hackworth says about Clark ... Some have said that Clark is the way the elites in the Democratic party hope to get rid of Dean William Safire has to say Less than 18 months ago, Wesley Clark offered his testimony before the Committee On Armed Services at the U.S. House Of Representatives. "There's no requirement to have any doctrine here. I mean this is simply a long-standing right of the United States and other nations to take the actions they deem necessary in their self defense," Clark told Congress on September 26, 2002. "Every president has deployed forces as necessary to take action. He's done so without multilateral support if necessary. He's done so in advance of conflict if necessary. . .

96. The Great War: Interviews - Keegan: The English Officer
Short statements from the PBS series, regarding the World war I English officer, the Nivelle Offensive, recruitment, the Battle of the Somme, the lack of army doctors, and British general Douglas Haig.
John Keegan, Military Historian on
the English Officer
The English officer class came to the war as innocents. They'd been brought up on high-minded Greek and Roman poetry and prose, and it was a frightful shock to them to discover that their imagination of war, which had been fed by the classical literature of war, was incorrect. The war wasn't brave and heroic, it was pretty horrible and nasty and dirty, and you were more concerned about keeping dry and keeping warm than you were about closing with the enemy. And, people got killed all the time without ever seeing the enemy. And, people died in squalid ways. And, people were frightened. And, people were cowardly. This was a very, very great shock to this over-educated officer class.

97. Totalitarian Burger: Grand Opening
Editorial cartoons on social and political issues ranging from general human stupidity to the treatment of the homeless to the drug war.
Ingress Archive Skewed Menu Polls ... Rumours
Totalitarian Burger: Grand Opening
By: The Unquiet Collective Totalitarian
What's the Difference?
having come this far 123. Extrapolation Part 1 Part 2 French-US Relations Signifying Nothing ... Responses to Totalitarian Burger
Subscribe to unquietmind To recommend this page to someone else, Email a Link
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(not that we will necessarily have the time to write back). Ingress Archive Skewed Menu Polls ... Rumours

98. The Civil War Home Page
Discuss a Topic on The Message Board. general Discussions. Causes of theCivil war. The Battle of Gettysburg. The Battle of Antietam Sharpsburg.
The Civil War Home Page Dedicated to the participants, both North and South, in the great American Civil War Home Contact Us Recommend A New Link Do you have a Civil War related web site or a site to recommend? Submit Your Link Links Database Our Links Database has thousands of Civil War related links. Enter your Search Term or Select from a Predefined Category. Associations Battles Documents General Interest ... Unit Information Photos Database Our Photos Database has over 1,100 of Civil War related pictures, images and Cartes de Visite (CDV) photographs. Enter your Search Term or Select from a Predefined Category. African Americans Antietam Atlanta, GA Casualties ... Washington, D.C. Welcome! Welcome to the Civil War Home Page, one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Civil War related material available on the Internet. Click to view full size New Site - Ghosts of the Field Visit Mike Lynaugh's new website "Ghosts of the Field"

99. General Issue Blues
Poems about the war in Vietnam, evoking memories of rice paddy ambushes, helicopter assaults, mines and booby traps.
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Later it’s more a repulsive old whore Whose callers are bitter and grieve.” Anonymous ENTER The Combat Medics Web Ring
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100. Killarney Hailstorm Paintball
Recreational team from Killarney, Canada. Members, marker reviews, war stories, tactics, general information, photos, news, and chat room.
Forum Photos About Us Team Hailstorm
**NEWS**(May 09, 04) C4 Event #1 came and went with Hailstorm taking 1st place!! It came down to the final game of the day versus Alterego with Hailstorm taking the hard fought victory to win the event. Along with 1st place bragging rights came $2200!! Thanks too all the teams that came out to kick off the season and to Extreme 420 and Paintball Paradise for putting on a great tourney!! 1st Hailstorm (Killarney) 2nd Alter-Ego (Winnipeg) 3rd Neversweat (Kenora)
**NEWS**(Feb 12, 04) The team roster page has finally been updated! Check it out.
**NEWS**(Nov 12,03) Well, looks like winter is here and so is the end of our season. As a team we would like to thank all the other teams for the great competition, sportsmanship, and fun times just hanging out at tourney's. Also our family and friends for covering for us, helping us out at tournaments, and just being there to cheer us on. There is a possibility of a new indoor series taking place in the 'Peg at the Golfdome, so our season may not be over but I will keep ya'll posted.
**NEWS**(Sep 21, 03)

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