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ZOOM Meetings Events in 2021:

Mexican Revolution

Mexican Revolution
January 11th and 18th 11 AM EDT
A special ZOOM Class (Sign up members only)

The last land battles on US soil was not the Civil War or the Indian Wars of the 1870-90s, it was the during the Mexican Revolution of 1910-1923. Not only did it deeply involve the US, but it was also integral to our involvement in WWI. It was also the first combat that The US film industry attempted to put on a motion picture reel… with some of the players performing as actors in the productions. Hear the story of … well… a different kind of revolution. [One Hour each session]

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Sydney Reilly

Sydney Reilly
February 8th and 15th 11 AM EDT
A special ZOOM Class (Sign up members only)

Although he may not be the Ace of Spies, as some people have referred to him, he was probably the most ingenious confidence man who ever lived. He may have been the only successful quadruple-agent… working for and paid by, the British Government, the Imperial Russian Government, The Empire of Japan, and The Imperial German Government. He would become the archetype of the cold, hard-living, womanizing, gambling spy who become world-famous under the fictional name Bond… James Bond. [One Hour each session]

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Brandywine Creek

Brandywine Creek
March 15th and 22nd 11 AM EDST
A special ZOOM Class (Sign up members only)

The Original American September 11. This almost forgotten battle saw the largest deployment of American troops during the Revolutionary War. This site is still in the same condition today than it was over 200 years ago. It's a study in the struggle the American Army had to overcome to defeat the British Empire and the first battle to fly the US flag. It led directly to the miserable winter of Valley Forge and the "times that tried men's souls." [One Hour each session]

 

Lindbergh

Lindbergh Kidnapping
April 5th and 12th 11 AM EDST
A special ZOOM Class (Sign up members only)

Called the "Crime of the Century." Charles "Lucky Lindy" firstborn son mysteriously disappeared in 1932, when kidnapping in the US had reached epic proportions. Yet for a crime so enormous as the Lindbergh kidnapping no progress was made in finding a suspect for almost two and a half years. Even today's criminal experts have a hard time agreeing on what the facts of the case point to… and ultimately who or how many were responsible. To this day, the majority of the ramson money remains unaccounted for. This would be the biggest mystery case until D. B. Cooper. [One Hour each session]