History Magazine; February/March 2013 , edited by Edward Zapletal; Published February/March 2013; paper; 54 pp; 8.5x11; Full Color; Item # HMFM13; The price of this item includes postage within the United States.
George Washington, creator of the role of president
- Circus Fire! The day the clowns cried
- Attack On The S.S. Athenia
- Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin: Magician Extraordinaire
- The Rotary Snow Plow
- Discovering treasure in the Irish bogs
- Unrest on the Battlefield : was it mutiny?
- Review: U-Boat, attack logs.
- Opening Notes, Trivia : family service in the U.S. Supreme Court, Umbrellas
- Jean Eugene Robert – Houdin: Magician Extraordinaire, Robert – Houdin is considered by some to be the father of the modern-day magic show
- First Leaders: George Washington, David A. Norris looks at how George Washington created the role of the president of the Untied States.
- First Leaders: Sir John A. Macdonald, Michael Dupuis looks at Canada’s first Prime Minister and Nation Builder
- The Rotary Snow Plow, a uniquely Canadian invention
- U- Boat Attack Logs, John Christopher Fine reviews a book detailing the sinking of warships by German U-boats in World War II.
- Attack on the Athenia, Alan Hustack outlines the attack on the passenger liner S.S. Athenia at the outbreak of World War II.
- Irish Treasure: Inishbofin, John Christopher Fine explores some treasures concealed for centuries in Irish bogs.
- Circus Fire: The Day the Clowns Cried, Chuck Lyons looks at the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus fire of 1944, one of the worst fire disasters in US history.
- Hindsight, A look at books you might want to add to your shelf.
- Was it Mutiny? Egon Richard Tausch examines how the Unions Army’s relentless attacks on resilient Confederate forces in Virginia resulted in unrest among Grant’s troops.
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