March 2015

Whitney Plantation

by Daniel Russ on March 29, 2015

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Whitney Plantation The Jail    The Whitney was built outside the gaze of the press and marketers. It opened last year on Pearl Harbor Day and its first group of visitors were mostly Black scholars. The Plantation reprises the archjitecture and design ethods of the slave holder’s homes in antebellum South. White shutters, Roman Portico […]

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  TELEGRAM TO GENERAL S. A. HURLBUT. WASHINGTON, March 25, 1863. MAJOR-GENERAL HURLBUT, Memphis: What news have you? What from Vicksburg? What from Yazoo Pass? What from Lake Providence? What generally? QUESTION OF RAISING NEGRO TROOPS TO GOVERNOR JOHNSON. (Private.) EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON March 26, 1863. HON. ANDREW JOHNSON. MY DEAR SIR:–I am told you […]

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Hitler Had An Obsession With Larger And Larger Tanks

March 22, 2015

   The Maus Pennemunde was the DARPA of Nazi Germany. It was there that ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, sound weapons and modern tanks were first forged into highly advanced lethal technology was created. Before Pennemunde existed, Hitler was an artillery soldier in World War I fiighting for Kaiser Wilhelm. It was there in those trenches […]

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Almost 4 Million Fought In The Soviet Japanese War, a Battle Few Have Ever Heard Of.

March 17, 2015

By April of 1945, the Russians were at Hitler’s doorstep in the bloody smoking streets of Berlin. Russian tank battalions were forcing back a desperate and hopeless yet fanatical army of Nazis hoping to come out of the Second World War with something to show for it. All over Europe, German units were surrendering their […]

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They Only Made 65 Of These Tanks, And It Never Saw Action. The Australian Sentinel.

March 14, 2015

    It could travel 150 miles on a single tank of petrol. It could go there at 30 miles per hour. And it required a five man crew to operate it – Commander, Gunner, Loader/Operator, Driver, Hull MG gunner. It was powered by three Cadillac V8 engines, and it carried a 40mm gun. It […]

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Hilarious Conversations On Air Traffic Control.

March 11, 2015

  ATC: “Cessna G-ABCD What are your intentions? ” Cessna: “To get my Commercial Pilots Licence and Instrument Rating. ATC: “I meant in the next five minutes not years.”   True conversation heard at Hanover Airport. The young woman in Tower has recently finished her training and is still not completely at ease. BA XXX […]

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Some Bugs In Word Press

March 7, 2015

Hello readers. I use the WordPress application to deliver CMIG. It is buggy. Suddenly no comments appear without being actively clicked. If you use WordPress, you are on your own. So there is no help and no developer knows how to fix this simply.   I am working on it.   Related Posts:Stay Tunes For […]

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The Slightly Over Stated Case For The Spencer Repeating Rifle At Gettysburg.

March 5, 2015

  The Spencer Repeating Rifle has been credited with the Union win at the Battle of Gettysburg. Captain O. E. Hunt, an instructor in the United States Military Academy in his report in 1865 states that “… with the use of the Spencer Rifle by General (John) Geary’s troops at Gettysburg, a whole division of […]

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More Odd Photos Relating To Combat

March 3, 2015

Don’t Fuck With City Hall   .IRA woman checkpointing Protestants   .Stuka Divebomber   .The Greatest Related Posts:Great Photos With No SourceAnd Even More Amazing PhotosMore Amazing PhotosPerfectly Timed Military Photos From RooseveltsGreat Photos Of World War I A Garbage Collector Found In Trash Cans In England. Part II.

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Great Maps Of Ancient Rome From Vox Media. Click To Enlarge.

March 1, 2015

The Rise of Christian Rome, 300 AD to 800 AD . The Third  Century AD Was A Bad Time To BE A Roman Emperor. Between 235 and 285, Rome had over 20 emperors, each of whom came to an inglorious demise. Some were offed by their own Centurions. Some died at the wrong end of […]

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