New evidence of a very old war

An item from the Legion Magazine.

Legion Magazine
Front Lines
New evidence of a very old war

New evidence of a very old war

Story by Stephen J. Thorne

New evidence uncovered long after a prehistoric cemetery was discovered in Sudan suggest that its inhabitants weren’t killed in what was believed to be one of humankind’s earliest known battles but may instead have died over the course of protracted warfare.


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The Battle of Ridgeway

The Battle of Ridgeway

Story by Sharon Adams

On June 1, 1866, more than 1,000 Irish Americans crossed the Niagara River from Buffalo, N.Y., and occupied the town of Fort Erie in Canada West (now Ontario).

They were members of the Fenian Brotherhood, whose invasion was part of a master plan to secure the independence of Ireland.


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