Que seja: acho que só deve ter "guerras patriotas" nesse compêndio, mas não custa olhar, sobretudo porque é de graça.
Companheiros, abstei-vos. Vocês vão ficar com raiva, podem ter uma síncope, então mantenham-se afastados deste blog, ou pelo menos deste post.
Paulo Roberto de Almeida
American Military History: A Resource for Teachers and Students
The Foreign Policy Research Institute was founded in Philadelphia in 1955 on the premise that a nation should think before it acts, as founder Robert Strausz-Hupe put it. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, FPRI is devoted to bringing the insights of scholarship to bear on the development of policies that advance U.S. national interests. We add perspective to events by fitting them into the larger historical, cultural, geographical context of international politics.
The First Division Museum at Cantigny Park, part of the nonprofit Chicago-based Robert R. McCormick Foundations, promotes public learning about Americas military heritage and affairs through the history of the Big Red Onethe famed 1st Infantry Division of the U.S. Army. It stands in tribute to all who have served our country in the armed forces. The museums main exhibit hall transports visitors to the trenches of World War I, the beaches of World War II and the jungles of Vietnam. Outside, tanks are displayed from every era, along with personnel carriers and artillery. The Robert R. McCormick Research Center, open to the public, houses the museums library, archival and photo collections. Visit the First Division Museum at Cantigny Park online at FirstDivisionMuseum.org.