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THE NOBLE TRAIN AWARDED ANNUAL BOOK PRIZE BY SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS PRESENTATION IN NY MAY 20 2021

Posted by on Mar 26, 2021 in General News | Comments Off on THE NOBLE TRAIN AWARDED ANNUAL BOOK PRIZE BY SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS PRESENTATION IN NY MAY 20 2021

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The Society of Colonial Wars will award Henry Knoxs Noble Train their Annual Book Prize in New York on May 20 2021 for the Best New Book on Colonial Wars. A dinner followed by a presentation by the author will be held in Manhattan. Order The Noble Train

History Unplugged Interview on Sally Rand

Posted by on Feb 9, 2021 in General News | Comments Off on History Unplugged Interview on Sally Rand

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History Unplugged Interview Sally Rand

Great Interview on AM 820 Al Capone and the 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair

Posted by on Feb 6, 2021 in General News | Comments Off on Great Interview on AM 820 Al Capone and the 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair

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Interview Al Capone and the 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair

160 Minutes The Race To Save the Titanic Release Date Set for 8/15/21

Posted by on Jan 29, 2021 in General News, HP Slider | Comments Off on 160 Minutes The Race To Save the Titanic Release Date Set for 8/15/21

160 Minutes The Race To Save the Titanic Release Date Set for 8/15/21

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RELEASE DATE 8/15/21

160 Minutes The Race To Save the Titanic is a knight’s mission in the dead of a freezing night on the icy Atlantic. It is two men huddled in the transmitting room sending out their plea for assistance with distant ships snatching the meaning and interpreting those dots and dashes in a myriad of different ways relaying it on to a shocked world. It is the actions in Britain and New York and the ships steaming toward the stricken ship of dreams with the only thought to reach her before people succumbed to the twenty-five-degree water. The natural drama of Titanic’s short-lived death throes is juxtaposed against this race against time by the other ships who could affect the outcome and the tragic consequences of the missed opportunities where the fifteen hundred might have been saved.

The race to save the largest ship in the word would begin at 11: 40 PM on April 14 when the iceberg was struck and would end at 2 20 am March 15 when her lights blinked out and left 1500 people thrashing in 25-degree water. Although the race to save Titanic survivors would stretch on beyond this, most people in the water would die, but the amazing thing is that of the 2229 people, 710 did not and this was the success of the Titanic rescue effort.

New Program The Amazing Worlds Fairs of Chicago

Posted by on Nov 20, 2020 in General News | Comments Off on New Program The Amazing Worlds Fairs of Chicago

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An exciting new exploration of the Two World Fairs that put Chicago on the map: The Columbian Exposition and A Century of Progress. The Columbian Exposition of 1893 was built against incredible odds with a diabolical killer just outside the fair gates. The 1933 Century of Progress could not go ahead without getting rid of Al Capone. Both of these fairs had their own tragedies and triumphs. Powerpoint with embedded videos.

WGN Radio Interview John Landecker on Sally Rand

Posted by on Nov 19, 2020 in General News | Comments Off on WGN Radio Interview John Landecker on Sally Rand

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WGN INTERVIEW

WGN Interview John Landecker Wednesday November 18 on Sally Rand 7 30PM

Posted by on Nov 16, 2020 in General News | Comments Off on WGN Interview John Landecker Wednesday November 18 on Sally Rand 7 30PM

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John Records Landecker interviews William Hazelgrove on his new book Sally Rand American Sex Symbol