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Throwback Thursday: Sherman's March to the Sea

Psychological warfare or retaliation, this Civil War maneuver left scars you can still see.

Throwback Thursday: Kamikaze!

In the waning days of World War II, wartime Japan got desperate. Kamikazes resulted.

Throwback Thursday: Buffalo Bill's Wild West

Creating the legend of the Wild West even as it happened.

Throwback Thursday: Crazy Horse, Lakota War Leader

The story of the man who defeated Custer at the battle of Little Big Horn.

Throwback Thursday: Annie Oakley's Guns

She may only have been 5 feet tall, but this shooter's shadow is a century...

Throwback Thursday: Wild West Pony Express

Wanted: young, skinny, wiry fellows, not over eighteen. Must be expert riders, willing to risk...

Throwback Thursday: Tecumseh, Shawnee Warrior & Earthquake Oracle

In the midst of the night, the earth beneath would tremble...

Throwback Thursday: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier

And now you have that song going through your head. You're welcome.

Throwback Thursday: Lewis & Clark Trivia Quiz

How much do you know about their groundbreaking exploration of America?

Throwback Thursday: History's Longest Duel

It started with an insult and glove-slap, but ended in "bromance."

Throwback Thursday: Nonhelema's Tale

A warrior woman of the Shawnee who left her mark on history.

Throwback Thursday: "The Desert Fox"

Field Marshal Rommel was a formidable foe. Here's what America learned from him.

Throwback Thursday: What's a Sten Gun?

On D-Day, the Sten gun served as a drum while the bagpipes played the soldiers...

Throwback Thursday: America's Navajo Code Talkers

America's best "secret weapon" of World War II wasn't an arm at all...it was our...

Throwback Thursday: The POWs of Camp Perry

Camp Perry hasn't always hosted the National Matches. Once, it hosted prisoners of war.

Throwback Thursday: Hemingway's Guns

He may have written "A Farewell to Arms," but this literary giant was a firearms...
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