Deck logs of the ships hit at Pearl Harbor 70 years ago reveal in real time what went on during the attack.
Thousands of pages in the National Archives document Walt Whitman's other job—as a government clerk in Civil War Washington.
During World War II, the Marine Corps sent out the call for "a few good dogs."
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