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Posted on 06/03/2017 1:32:21 PM PDT by HiTech RedNeck
A lot of interesting historical stuff here, giving background on Cold War, WWII, WWI. Interesting perspectives on fighting and friends and foes. No, situations are not static, but the evolution of national attitudes can be seen and perhaps projected. The gospel is the best answer of course. But we benefit to know what the gospel must address.
Three links. Clicking on each and searching for Foster within will demonstrate just how useless they are.
...at least what han't been stolen by our leaders and/or their minions.
One of the main problems with the National Archives was and argument with Congress during the Clintoon administration. Congress cut NARA’s budget and has never restored it. As a consequence the archivist who helped people find records in NARA’s research room were transferred to inprocessing records as the folks who did that left. There are still millions of records in the Suitland Federal Records Center storage facility, waiting to be accessioned into the two main NARA facilities in Washington, DC. And similar situation exists in regional NARA records repositories.
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