Tag Archives: china

History Crush: Lou Henry Hoover

It’s the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts, and thousands of girls and young women have descended on Washington, DC, for the Girl Scout Rock the Mall event this weekend. It seems like the perfect time confess my own history … Continue reading

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Thursday Photo Caption Contest—May 10

The clothes must make the man! Last week’s photo caption contest winner featured Spring Fashion Week and canvas jumpsuits; this week’s winner pokes gentle fun at what our congressmen might look like before they are suited up for work. Duke Blackwood, … Continue reading

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Tag! You know something!

Last week on Facebook, I posted up a image that my colleague found for Shark Week. It wasn’t a biological shark, but a mechanical one. The caption provided some basic information: “A Chinese soldier guards a line of American P-40 fighter planes, … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking Wednesdays: Dinner Diplomacy Thaws the Cold War

Today’s post comes from Gregory Marose, an intern in the National Archives Office of Strategy and Communications. Sometimes sharing a good meal is the best way to resolve the differences you may have with another. For the United States and … Continue reading

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Swiss you were here!

Today’s post comes from National Archives Office of Strategy and Communications staff writer Rob Crotty. The New York Times called it “engrossing and eminently fascinating.” The Richmond Times Dispatch said “Discovering the Civil War” “isn’t your typical Civil War retrospective.” … Continue reading

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