November/December 2013 Issue
An Unfathomable Toll: Thousands of American and Filipino POWs suffered and perished in the brutal Bataan Death March.
Bonnie & Clyde Reload: A miniseries on the lives of America’s most notorious outlaw couple puts a fresh spin on their tale.
Plan, Chaos or Conspiracy?: In the final hours of assassin Lee Harvey Oswald’s life, his intended whereabouts—and the reasons behind his maneuvers—remain unclear.
Modern Marvel—The Martini: Its precise origins are—ahem—dirty, but America’s most iconic cocktail has shown staying power.
The Making of Casablanca: A play that was never produced became the wartime movie that remains one of the most enduring and popular films ever.
An Unusual Recording: A young boy listened intently as President Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address, and we can still hear him describe that historic day.
And many more ...