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Chicago Race Riots

Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Sandberg likened the 1919 riot in Chicago to “the jungle.” It was a swarming mass of violence and outrage that was sparked by one teenager unknowingly crossing an unmarked line that divided white Chicago from black Chicago on July, 27, 1919.

The Tables Have Turned

When Nazi Germany created the V-2 missile while fighting against Allied forces, they probably ... more

Transistor Radio: The Beginning of the Mobile Revolution

The invention of the transistor radio forever changed the electronics industry. On June 30, 1948, ... more

Battle of Midway

It was a gross underestimation of American power. In 1942, Japanese forces planned a complex ... more
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