Ancient Romans called the Mediterranean Sea this.
On 7 August 1941, this country launched its first bombing raid against Berlin.
The USS Monitor was originally called this.
The average Union private in the American Civil War carried about this much weight while on the march
The Supreme Court decision in Engel v. Vitale banned this from public schools.
The code names for the first three atomic bombs: Thin Man, Fat Man and Little Boy, come from novels by the crime writer.
A February 1879 US Army Court of Inquiry exonerated Major Marcus Reno of this charge.
On 12 May 1975 the cargo ship SS Mayaguez was seized by gunboats from this country.
He was the highest-ranking American Prisoner of War during World War Two.
In 1945 Truman, Churchill and Stalin met at this city in Germany.
Nevil Norway, writer and aeronautical engineer used this nom-de-plume.
Military balloons were first used in the war.
She was born Isabella Baumfree in New York in 1797
This Airborne Division’s motto was “Thunder From Heaven”.
Canned beer was first sold in the US city.
The John Ford/John Wayne Western movie Stagecoach was based on a work by this author.
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