In the letter Forney discusses the appropriation of railroad cars and iron tracks from the Alabama and Florida Railroad of Florida, by the Confederate army; the rolling stock will be used by two other lines in the state, because "the demand for...
This article describes the German ambassador's response to the news about the Lusitania; he refuses to admit that the ship was attacked by a German submarine, demanding proof about the cause of the ship's sinking.
In the letter John writes of an American attack on German forces in France, describing the trenches, casualties, prisoners, and battlefield: "Our wounded showed wonderful nerve and good spirit. The Germans too were rather uncomplaining, with a few...
In the letter, written shortly after the assassination of John Kennedy, Sheldon accuses Lee Harvey Oswald of Communist activities and ultimately blames the president's death on Communism: "I feel that now is the time to organize our forces. About...
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