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Sectionalism

Sectionalism is primary loyalty to one’s own state or geographic region of a country rather than to a larger state or nation. Sectionalism was prominent during the period of U.S. history that led to the secession of the Confederate states, located in the Southeast and Southwest, and the coming of the Civil War.



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The Last Doolittle Raider: 75 Years After the Daring Mission

The Last Doolittle Raider: 75 Years After the Daring Mission

The last of the Doolittle Raiders observes the anniversary of the Tokyo bombing mission.

Bold Stand at Rorke’s Drift

Bold Stand at Rorke’s Drift

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Robert S. Garnett: First General to Die in the Civil War

Robert S. Garnett: First General to Die in the Civil War

On July 13, 1861, Confederate General Robert S. Garnett fell to Yankee bullets in the Alleghenies.

Reassessing Rommel: Anti-Nazi Hero or Opportunist?

Reassessing Rommel: Anti-Nazi Hero or Opportunist?

Seventy years later, should the “Desert Fox” be considered an anti-Nazi hero or a faithful soldier turned opportunist?

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