Tennessee’s Triumph (Op-Ed)

The Fascinating History Of The Manhattan Project Is Preserved Throughout Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Most Prominently On The Secret City Commemorative Walk In The City’s A.K. Bissell Park. Several Excellent Museums Showcase The City’s Unique Heritage. My Favorite Is The Oak Ridge History Museum, Focusing On The “Human Side” Of The Manhattan Project.
Oak Ridge Truly Represents Tennessee’s Triumph.

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7 Iconic War Heroes From Tennessee

With Great Respect And Appreciation As We Approach Memorial Day, We Have Compiled This List Of Seven Great Heroes That Called Tennessee Their Home.

Most Names You Will Quickly Recognize, But There Are A Few That Haven’t Received The Public Recognition That They Much Deserve.

As There Are Countless Heroes From The Volunteer State, We Had To Limit The Number To Highlight In This Piece To Seven. For The Many That Are Left Off Of Our List, They Too, All Have Our Utmost Respect And Heartfelt Appreciation For All They Did To Keep Our Nation Free.

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House Honors Centennial Celebration Of 105th Attack Squadron Of The Tennessee Air National Guard

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Unanimously Passed A Resolution Honoring The 105th Attack Squadron Of The Tennessee Air National Guard On Its 100th Anniversary Serving The Volunteer State.

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Tennessee Man Deported for Work in Nazi Camps

Friedrich Karl Berger, Age 95, Was Deported Saturday, Feb. 20, From His Home In Oak Ridge, Tennessee For Working As A Guard At A Nazi Concentration Camp Near Meppen, Germany. He Had Lived In The United States Since 1959 And Received A Pension From Germany.

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