Kenneth Cline is still confined to bed rest in the base hospital at Wendling.
His combat crew, his band of brothers, has flown back to the U.S. without him. He’s been left behind.
Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812
The Soviet Air Forces at War
History of Military Actions of the United States
The historical writing of Barry C. Jacobsen
Weapons, Wars, Preparation and Security from a recovering gun nut turned bad writer
"Tell me a fact, and I'll learn. Tell me a truth, and I'll believe. But tell me a story, and it will live in my heart forever." - Steve Sabol, NFL Films
Crap, true and not, that has wandered through my mind.
A Group Blog on Early American History
Paying homage to Gil Gillis, Robert Davis, Stanley Hall, and RAF 238 Squadron
Welcome to Graham's World!
Reviews and ramblings
Donald on dining in and out
Steel Boats, Iron Men and their stories (plus a bit more)
All About the New York Central Railroad and Others Like The D&H, Lackawanna, The Lehigh Valley, The New Haven Railroad, New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority, South Shore Line and other great railroads
Preserving the Past
True Power Plant Stories
So we may always remember them
Musings of a Progressive Realist in Wonderland
A resource for family history from AmericanAncestors.org
A great WordPress.com site
Still more lazy thoughts from this one...
This is the story of an ordinary family, trying to live an ordinary life during an extraordinary time frame, and the lessons they learn through experience.