Naval History Magazine - June 1999 Volume 13 Number 3

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Had it not been for a Maryland doctor and a Baltimore-bred naval warrior, Francis Scott Key might never have seen "the rockets' red glare" or the "bombs...

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  • Advance Warning? The Red Cross Connection
    By Daryl S. Borgquist

    Families of the Pearl Harbor commanders have been championing the theory that official Washingon knew when and where the 1941 Japanese attack would occur. Evidence of secret medical shipments prior to the attack is lending...

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  • Beanes, Barney, and the Banner
    By E. F. Rivinus


    Had it not been for a Maryland doctor and a Baltimore-bred naval warrior, Francis Scott Key might never have seen "the rockets' red glare" or the "bombs bursting in air" that illuminated the "...


 
 

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