April 1971

Volume 22
Issue 3


Army newspapers in World War were unofficial, informal, and more than the top brass could handle

A few days after Lindberg's crossing, the second flight across the Atlantic carried the first passenger and was lucky to make it to Germany.

on the Writing of History


Year by year the ranks of the G.A.R. grew thinner —but until the last old soldier was gone, Decoration Day in a New England town was a moving memorial to “the War”

Concerning the long life, fast times, and astonishing fecundity of Man o’ War

What was it like to actually be there in April, 1775?
This is how the participants, American and British, remembered it

April 1971