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Travel Log: Abilene, Kansas Day Trip

To celebrate my husband and I’s second wedding anniversary at the end of September, we took a weekend trip to Milford Lake and Abilene, Kansas. This was the first time taking out the travel trailer we purchased over Labor Day weekend. 540 more words

Travel Log

D-Day in Bethlehem

June 6  1944 was the date for the invasion of Normandy by the Allied forces under the command of General Dwight Eisenhower. In the dark of night a fleet of ships silently carried an invading army to beaches code-named Omaha, Utah, Gold, Juno and Sword. 185 more words

Fake History Lie of the Month: The Allied Leaders Actively Tried To End WWII As Soon As Possible

The Lie: The United States and its Western Allies made a reasonable effort to end World War II as soon as possible.

General Eisenhower, General Patton & President Roosevelt in Sicily, … 1,439 more words

World War 2

The History Of The CIA


History of the CIA

CIA’s Family Tree

Like all government agencies, the CIA was not created overnight and functioning at full capacity the following morning. 1,686 more words