Tag: second world war
Today we have a special guest post from Tom Nastick, public programs producer at the National Archives. This week, from February 23 to 27, we’ll be presenting the seventh annual free screenings of Oscar®-nominated documentaries and Short Subjects in the William G. McGowan Theater. Our friends at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will [...]
Posted by Hilary on February 22, 2011, under - Civil Rights, - The 1960s, - World War II, News and Events, Rare Videos.
Tags: Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Charles Guggenheim, Czechoslovakia 1968, Frank Capra, Nine from Little Rock, Oscar, second world war, The Fighting Lady, Tom Nastick, William G. McGowan Theater
While the Constitution does not say who is eligible to vote, it does say who is eligible to run for Congress. No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty-five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be [...]
Posted by Rob Crotty on August 18, 2010, under - Women's Rights, - World War I, - World War II, Photo Caption Contest.
Tags: 19th amendment, american history, declaration of war, feminism, first world war, germany, japan, jeannette rankin, montana, NARA, national archives, National archives and records administration, odd history, pacifism, Pieces of History, prologue blog, Prologue magazine, random history, second world war, suffrage, weird US history, women in congress, women vote