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Really Big Bird Found In Crimea

Artist’s rendering of the Black Sea big bird Pachystruthio, which researchers estimate was comparable to Madagascar’s elephant birds and New ...
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Book Review: Persian Gulf Command

Ashley Jackson charts the course of World War II in Iran and Iraq, as well as present-day implications ...
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September 2019 Readers’ Letters

Readers sound off about naval lessons from the Falklands War and Japanese internment during World War II ...
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Andrew Roberts: Walking With Churchill

Roberts' new book, Churchill: Walking With Destiny, may be the best one-volume biography yet written about the wartime British PM ...
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LAV-25

In its many variants the LAV (light armored vehicle) has served U.S. forces worldwide ...
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Fighting Fathers of the Guaraní War

The Jesuits in South America resolved to defend their Guaraní adherents from ruthless slave traders ...
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Why the Doomed Army of Tennessee Kept Fighting

Leadership failures were only a part of the problem. There also were the Yankees ...
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Audiobook Review | The Guitar-Pioneering Rivalry that Shaped Rock ’n’ Roll

Before Leo Fender and Les Paul were names on headstocks, they were tinkerers who produced the most influential musical instruments ...
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Why is psychedelic culture dominated by privileged white men?

A recent study of users of novel psychedelic substances found, probably to no-one’s surprise, that they are more likely than ...
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Re-made in China

From Marxism to hip hop, China’s appropriations from the West show that globalisation makes the world bumpy, not flatBy Amy ...
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