<em>Fly Girls</em>: The Daring Women Who Competed in Airplane Races During the Early 1900s 

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    Fly Girls: The Daring Women Who Competed in Airplane Races During the Early 1900s 

    Amelia Earhart, Ruth Elder, and Louise Thaden were among the incredible women who fought for a chance to race against men…and won. 

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The Night Robert F. Kennedy Died 

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    The Night Robert F. Kennedy Died 

    The year 1968 was marked by turbulence in America. 

    by Sarah Mangiola

    Battle of Ia Drang: The United States Army’s Brutal Entry into the Vietnam War 

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    Battle of Ia Drang: The United States Army’s Brutal Entry into the Vietnam War 

    The 1965 battle marked the first major conflict between the United States Army and the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The Unbelievable Lives of Pilots Jessie Miller and Bill Lancaster

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    The Unbelievable Lives of Pilots Jessie Miller and Bill Lancaster

    The pair’s spectacular accomplishments and whirlwind romance will forever be marked by a shocking scandal.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe

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    The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe

    Anthony Summers’ book, Goddess, sheds light on this starlet’s short-lived time in the spotlight. 

    by Sarah Mangiola

    True Grit: The Real “Rooster” Cogburn

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    True Grit: The Real “Rooster” Cogburn

    John Franklin Cogburn’s great-grandson recounts the life of the man who inspired True Grit's "Rooster." 

    by Sarah Mangiola

    Constance: The Untold Story of Oscar Wilde’s Wife

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    Constance: The Untold Story of Oscar Wilde’s Wife

    Though a popular children’s author and activist, Mrs. Wilde’s life eventually became one marked by scandal. 

    by Sarah Mangiola

    &quot;I've Been to the Mountaintop&quot;: Revisiting the 1968 Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

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    "I've Been to the Mountaintop": Revisiting the 1968 Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Gerald Posner examines that fateful day and the man responsible for King's murder in Killing the Dream.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    Miracle at Dunkirk: 8 Things the Film Didn’t Tell You

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    Miracle at Dunkirk: 8 Things the Film Didn’t Tell You

    Christopher Nolan’s latest action-drama is stunning; but there’s more to the story than survival.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    8 Books to Read for Black History Month

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    8 Books to Read for Black History Month

    From great triumphs to continuing struggles, learn more about African American history with these books.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The Guadalcanal Battle: An Eyewitness Account of One of the Most Pivotal Offensives of World War II

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    The Guadalcanal Battle: An Eyewitness Account of One of the Most Pivotal Offensives of World War II

    Combat correspondent Richard Tregaskis recounts what he saw when the Allies invaded the island of Guadalcanal in 1942.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    Fidel Castro, the CIA, and John F. Kennedy’s Assassination

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    Fidel Castro, the CIA, and John F. Kennedy’s Assassination

    It’s been 54 years since the assassination of JFK, and the mystery surrounding his death still haunts us.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    A Soldier’s Story: 7 War Books Told by Those Who Were There

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    A Soldier’s Story: 7 War Books Told by Those Who Were There

    We’re honoring America’s heroes with books that reveal what it's like to be in war.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    8 Incredible Autobiographies That Will Change Your View of History

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    8 Incredible Autobiographies That Will Change Your View of History

    These unbelievable stories stretch beyond the pages of your average history book.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    7 Books to Read After Watching <em>Thank You for Your Service</em>

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    7 Books to Read After Watching Thank You for Your Service

    The new film, based on the book of the same name by Daniel Finkel, highlights the realities of soldiers returning home from war with PTSD.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    Marita Lorenz: The Spy Who Loved Castro…and Almost Assassinated Him

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    Marita Lorenz: The Spy Who Loved Castro…and Almost Assassinated Him

    In 1960, U.S. operatives recruited Lorenz to kill the communist party leader—but she couldn’t do it.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    The Strange and Tragic Shipwreck of the Morro Castle

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    The Strange and Tragic Shipwreck of the Morro Castle

    Fire brought down the ship—but was it an accident, or arson?

    by Sarah Mangiola

    Who Really Killed Dr. William Chapman?

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    Who Really Killed Dr. William Chapman?

    His houseguest was convicted of the murder. But evidence against the doctor’s wife tells another story.

    by Sarah Mangiola

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