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 Teniente) August 01, 2016

Seventy-five years ago—May 20, 1941 to be exact—Lt. Commander Ian Fleming checked into the swanky Palacio Hotel in Estoril, Portugal's version of the Côte d'Azur.  He signed in with his real name—Ian Lancaster Fleming—and listed his occupation as "Government Official."  The less than subtle...read more

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"It should have been a turkey shoot for the U.S. Navy."

Few words are more disheartening to Americans than FDR's "day of infamy," and few photos more provocative than the...read more

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