Michael Beschloss

Michael Beschloss

@BeschlossDC

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Author, most recently, of PRESIDENTS OF WAR (Crown). Ten books. @NBCNews Presidential Historian. Contributor to PBS @NewsHour. Williams College. Born Chicago.

PRESIDENTS OF WAR:
Joined on October 12, 2012
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132. in country United States and category Writer

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Contents of Abraham Lincoln’s pockets at moment of assassination, 1865, Ford’s Theatre—not shown to public for 111 years:

Contents of Abraham Lincoln’s pockets at moment of assassination, 1865, Ford’s Theatre—not shown to public for 111 years:

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FDR, after Pearl Harbor, implores baseball commissioner to keep Major League Baseball going thru World War II—this week 1942:

FDR, after Pearl Harbor, implores baseball commissioner to keep Major League Baseball going thru World War II—this week 1942:

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Abraham Lincoln by Mathew Brady, this week 1864:

Abraham Lincoln by Mathew Brady, this week 1864:

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Richard Nixon was born today 1913:
#Halsman

Richard Nixon was born today 1913: #Halsman

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FDR and Churchill at George Washington's Mount Vernon grave today 1942, a month after Pearl Harbor:

FDR and Churchill at George Washington's Mount Vernon grave today 1942, a month after Pearl Harbor:

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President George Washington appeared before Congress to issue his first annual message on the State of the Union, Federal Hall, New York City, 230 years ago today:

President George Washington appeared before Congress to issue his first annual message on the State of the Union, Federal Hall, New York City, 230 years ago today:

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Today 1941:

Today 1941:

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Abigail Adams (1744-1818) was born 275 years ago today:     #Stuart

Abigail Adams (1744-1818) was born 275 years ago today: #Stuart

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Abraham Lincoln, photographed this week 1863:        #Gardner

Abraham Lincoln, photographed this week 1863: #Gardner

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New York Times, yesterday 1918:  “Armistice Signed, End of the War!"

New York Times, yesterday 1918: “Armistice Signed, End of the War!"

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Harry Truman votes, 1948:    #TrumanLibrary

Harry Truman votes, 1948: #TrumanLibrary

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Presidents and First Ladies at Hyde Park NY service for Eleanor Roosevelt, who died this week 1962:          #FDRL

Presidents and First Ladies at Hyde Park NY service for Eleanor Roosevelt, who died this week 1962: #FDRL

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Statue of Liberty was dedicated today 1886:                         #LOC

Statue of Liberty was dedicated today 1886: #LOC

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Sign posted as old Penn Station demolition begins, New York City, 1963:

Sign posted as old Penn Station demolition begins, New York City, 1963:

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JFK speaks on Cuban Missile Crisis from Oval Office, tonight 1962:      #JFKL

JFK speaks on Cuban Missile Crisis from Oval Office, tonight 1962: #JFKL

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Washington DC from International Space Station, 2013:   #NASA

Washington DC from International Space Station, 2013: #NASA

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Dwight Eisenhower was born October 14, 1890:

Dwight Eisenhower was born October 14, 1890:

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Four Presidents, one First Lady and a future President, Blue Room, White House, before Sadat funeral, yesterday 1981:            #RRPL

Four Presidents, one First Lady and a future President, Blue Room, White House, before Sadat funeral, yesterday 1981: #RRPL

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Diahann Carroll (1935-2019) with James Garner at March on Washington, 1963:   #Eliofson

Diahann Carroll (1935-2019) with James Garner at March on Washington, 1963: #Eliofson

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Longest living American President who turns 95 today, Jimmy Carter in poster from first campaign (1962):

Longest living American President who turns 95 today, Jimmy Carter in poster from first campaign (1962):

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