This article discusses the notices issued by the German embassy before the Lusitania set sail, which informed passengers that they would be traveling in a war zone on a ship that might be subject to attack. The article argues that such warnings do...
In the letter, written February 11, 1862, Lapsley discusses the supply of coal, saltpeter, and sulphur available to the Confederate government if it decides to establish an armory in Selma, Alabama. He ends by expressing the need for more weapons:...
Strickland would later serve as the staff director for the Alabama Legislative Commission to Preserve the Peace. In the letter he criticizes federal intervention during civil rights demonstrations in the South: "...with callous disregard for state...
The report covers March 20 to July 18, 1972; this includes the assassination attempt in Laurel, Maryland, on May 15 and Wallace's recovery. From the preface: "The information contained in the following report was taken from the shift reports from...
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