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Many people feel these times are abnormal, but racism has been part of the fabric of humanity since recorded history. Often, racism was between tribes, between different religions, and of course, between peoples with different epidermal color variations. However, when did skin color start? Has there always been a variety of skin tones? The answer …

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Many Machines and Tactics Used on D-Day by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army were Developed by the U.S. Marine Corps

By: Bryan Mark Rigg, Ph.D. D-Day Today, June 6 is the 76th anniversary of D-Day and, besides thanking the Sailors and Soldiers who made this operation happen, I also hope you thanked a World War II Marine veteran, because without the amphibious warfare technology developed by the Marine Corps, the landing in Normandy that started …

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Remembering the Holocaust: The Marine Corps Connection with Stopping Hitler’s Genocide

Overview Although throughout its history, America has been slow to pick up the sword and do awaywith intolerant regimes, like during World War I and World War II, it nonetheless, often has done an excellent job of destroying totalitarian regimes once it enters the conflict and bringing justice to the innocent once the swords are …

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