This was the last major port controlled by the Confederacy.
He was the only World War Two war correspondent to win the Bronze Star and the Air Medal.
Chuck Yeager named his P-51 Mustang fighter plane this.
This city was Abraham Lincoln’s final resting place.
This Hollywood star helped write the 1945 Potsdam Declaration which set the terms for the Japanese surrender.
In 1760 the Board of Directors allowed the British East India Company to recruit these people for its army.
In November 1862, the US nearly went to war with this country.
This light cruiser carried Douglas MacArthur and his staff to Leyte Gulf for his return to the Philippines.
She was the first American woman reporter to be killed in action.
This Union general was known as the "Rock of Chickamauga".
During World War Two, British Self propelled artillery were nicknamed after these.
In 2002 the Swedish government started the world’s largest monetary award for children’s literature in this writer’s memory.
She was the first woman to hold a government-appointed state job in Georgia.
About this many Irish soldiers deserted the Irish Army to fight for the Allies in World War Two.
During the Afghan War (1979-1989) the Soviets scattered mines that looked like these.
While at West Point, John Gibbons wrote this artillery manual used by both sides in the Civil War.
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