Hidden History: the 369th Harlem Hellfighters

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Sep 24, 2018
As people who directly benefit by the wartime sacrifices made by the generations before us, it is our duty to keep their stories alive. This line of thought is what prompted me to dedicate this week’s Hidden History article to a regiment of the New York National Guard known as the 369th Infantry Regiment - the first African American regiment to serve with the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) during World War I (WWI).
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2018 - Fall - Issue 4
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Hidden History: the EPCOT that never came to be

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Sep 17, 2018
However, Walt Disney envisioned something very different from the permanent fairground that currently sits on the original EPCOT space. The original community that Disney envisioned was to be just that - “a real city that would never cease to be a blueprint of the future.” Disney’s original EPCOT concept was to be a living, breathing company town that Disney would be satisfied leaving to his descendants and to the future of humanity.
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2018 - Fall - Issue 3
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Hidden History: PepsiCo, the world’s sixth largest military

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Sep 06, 2018
You would be forgiven for thinking that the American multinational food and beverage company PepsiCo only has numerous lines of delicious snacks to its name. However, as this section has demonstrated time and time again, times of intense human conflict oftentimes breed the most bizarre stories of innovation and circumstance. In this case, we take a closer look at how the competing economic ideologies of the Cold War led to the household brand name PepsiCo briefly becoming the world’s sixth largest military power, if only for a few days.
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