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Interesting piece of trivia as to what the name "Rosebud" really meant and why it made Hearst so upset.
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Manfred von Richtofen was shot down on April 21, 1918 in Vaux-sur-Somme in northern France by ground fire from Australian and New Zealand troops. He became target-fixated and allowed his aircraft to drift across enemy lines.
Thank you, EdithAnn. That interview with Herr Weiss remains one of my favorites.
Hello sandwichh! I am the copy editor who designed that page and selected the Associated Press photo in question. Your best bet to finding a copy would be to call or e-mail the Waco newspaper. Perhaps they would sell you the photo of the Civil War re-enactors. Hope that helps.Eric
I'm not sure if there is an organized bicycle riding group in Victoria. The good folks at Bill's Bikes might know. Give them a call at 575-6036.
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During World War II, the Air Force was under the control of the Army and known as the U.S. Army Air Force. In 1947, it became a separate branch, the U.S. Air Force.
Pictured are Nancy, me and Eva following the 30-mile ride.Eric
Hi, thewaywardwind, I placed this story on the Money&Markets page, along with a photo of a couple of F-22s in flight. However, I did not categorize this business briefs package to go to the Web so that is why you did not see it. Hope this helps.Eric Jensencopy editor