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Rethinking ‘McNamara’s War’

Rethinking ‘McNamara’s War’ at the height of the Vietnam War

Rethinking ‘McNamara’s War’ On Nov. 29, 1967, President Lyndon Johnson announced that Robert McNamara, the secretary of defense, would leave his post to run the World Bank. “I do not know to this day whether I quit or was fired,” McNamara wrote decades later. “Maybe it was both.”It’s actually quite clear:

Remains of Roman military camp found in Germany

Archaeologists working in central Germany have unearthed a Roman military camp that held up to 5,000 troops. “People have been searching for evidence of the Romans in this part of Germany for 200 years,” says team leader Mario Kuessner, an archaeologist working for the state of Thuringia. “It took a long

The oldest Roman military fortification in Germany

Archaeologists working in Germany have uncovered the oldest Roman military fortification yet found in the country. These findings shed new light on the Roman conquest of Gaul. The camp was presumably built during Julius Caesars' Gallic War in the late 50s B.C. Nearby lies a late Celtic settlement with monumental fortifications

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