George Washington’s Life Guards.

by Daniel Russ on August 18, 2017

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  On March 11, 1776, George Washington and his advisors commissioned a sort of prototype Secret service that history remembers as the Life Guard. The detail was a well trained and elite cavalry force and a group of baggage handlers. His aids stated his wishes:  “His Excellency depends upon the Colonels for good Men, such […]

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The Reason No One Stopped The German Re-Armament

by Daniel Russ on August 15, 2017

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    In Violation of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany made the MP-40 sub machine gun.Over one million of them.     The treaty of Versailles created Adolph Hitler. Among the draconian restrictions placed on the German nation was a limit of 100,000 soldiers, the loss of 14,000 military aircraft given to Allies or scrapped, […]

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Aliens?

August 14, 2017

  The Sloan Digital Sky Survey has created the most detailed three-dimensional maps of the Universe ever made, with deep multi-color images of one third of the sky, and spectra for more than three million astronomical objects.   Discovery of peculiar periodic spectral modulations in a small fraction of solar type stars E.F. Borra, E. Trottier […]

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Comparisons Of World War II Tank Production.

August 10, 2017

The Hetzer     T-34-85   As we have addressed here many tomes, the Germans had a panoply of heavy tank guns and old Panzer chassis. So every expendable generation of chassis became a possible platform for a new anti tank gun. I have been researching and once again I am stunner that the Germans […]

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When 400 Osage Indians Were The Richest People In The World.

August 6, 2017
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    Source: “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” by David Grann.   At the end of the Civil War, as the US Government pushed Indians into worse and worse corners of the country, the Osage found themselves in the most auspicious condition one could imagine. The […]

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Interesting Quote By Robert E. Lee, Elucidated By A Recent Issue Of The Atlantic.

August 2, 2017
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    . “I think it however a greater evil to the white man than to the black race, & while my feelings are strongly enlisted in behalf of the latter, my sympathies are more strong for the former. The blacks are immeasurably better off here than in Africa, morally, socially & physically. The painful […]

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The French Revolution Was Not Started By The Masses. Rather, By The Upper Classes

July 30, 2017
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  The populations of European nations in the middle of the 18th century put France clearly as the western world leader with 28 million people living and working there. Italy had a population of 17 million. Russia had about 24 million inhabitants. Prussia had 9 million people, Austria had 8 million, Ireland had 4 million. […]

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The Owen Gun

July 26, 2017
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          Evelyn Owen’s first indigenous UK homemade weapon built in 1938 Chambered in .22 Short. He constructed a drum magazine from an automobile crankshaft’s harmonic balancer. The magazine/cylinder held 44 .22 short cartridges. A grammaphone spring powered the magazine. It featured a thumb trigger and eventually was abandoned for a simpler design, that […]

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Grant Had A Vision How To Win.

July 22, 2017
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    Ulysses S. Grant was an odd fellow. Quite smart, and scholarly, and rather petite in person, and meticulously dressed if not from time to time, slightly threadbare . “He’s a little’un” quipped a hotel guest when Grant checked in in 1865 in Richmond. He unimpressed people, kept his tongue and when he spoke […]

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The GM-15 (Gummimaske) 1916. Germany’s First WWI Gas Mask.

July 18, 2017
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  The Germans made the GM-15 gas mask in large numbers in 1916, as it was the prototype design of a gas mask system that allowed a soldier to fight an breathe whilst located in clouds of noxious and lethal chemicals. It was the first in a series of gas mask which were manufactured for […]

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Excerpt From Astronomers Who Think They May Have Found Other Civilizations.

July 14, 2017
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  Sloan Digital Sky Survey Discovery of peculiar periodic spectral modulations in a small fraction of solar type stars E.F. Borra, E. Trottier (Submitted on 10 Oct 2016) A Fourier transform analysis of 2.5 million spectra in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey was carried out to detect periodic spectral modulations. Signals having the same period were […]

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The M3 Lee Tank.

July 10, 2017
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      The M3 Lee tank had problems for cure. It was over 10 feet tall, which made it an easy target. The armor was not welded, rather it was riveted which made it vulnerable to tank round, even those not suited for penetration. It had an unusual twin gun mount, one was 75mm […]

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This Is What Democracy Looks Like.

July 4, 2017
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Shelby Foote on Ulysses S Grant.

July 2, 2017
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This was Shelby Foote’s description of Ulysses S Grant who checked in that day to meet the Commander in Chief and engage in their first strategic conversation.   Late afternoon off a raw gusty day in early spring – March 8th, a Tuesday, 1864 – the desk clerk at Willard’s hotel, two blocks down from […]

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The Incredibly Bewildering Relationship between Shias and Sunnis On a Dept of Energy Map.

June 29, 2017
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The Incredible Cassini-Huygens Mission

June 25, 2017
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  It began almost 20 years ago. This mission is one of the most successful space exploration programs in the history of all exploration. It has traveled almost 7 million miles. About halfway through its mission it launched another probe it had been carrying; this was the Huygens module that landed on the largest moon […]

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Round Three of What Is This Picture”

June 21, 2017
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Of course Civilian Military Intelligence Group exists on 4 platforms. One of them is Google+. There a blogger named Dylan posts from I No Longer Use The Internet. I do not know where he finds these photos but they are behind the line German and Russian shots taken during WWI or WWII. Here we go […]

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Yet Another Round of “What Is This Photo?”

June 17, 2017
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Of course Civilian Military Intelligence Group exists on 4 platforms. One of them is Google+. There a blogger named Dylan posts from I No Longer Use The Internet. I do not know where he finds these photos but they are behind the line German and Russian shots taken during WWI or WWII. Here we go […]

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Another Round of “What Is This Photo?”

June 13, 2017
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Of course Civilian Military Intelligence Group exists on 4 platforms. One of them is Google+. There a blogger named Dylan posts from I No Longer Use The Internet. I do not know where he finds these photos but they are behind the line German and Russian shots taken during WWI or WWII. Here we go […]

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The Paintings of Amos Bad Heart Bull.

June 9, 2017
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        Born about 1868 or 1869, Amos was just eight when George Armstrong Custer led a column of US Army Cavalry against the Sioux Village at Little Bighorn. He was the son of Bad Heart Bull, nephew of Red Cloud, the famous leader of the Oglala Sioux. Following the killing of Crazy […]

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