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1. 1918 Flu Epidemic More Deadly Than Germans 1918 Flu Epidemic More Deadly Than Germans Spring 2005 Short article details the involvement of Camp Funston and Fort Riley with the spread of the Spanish Flu in 1918. "Since Fort Riley was a cavalry outpost, there were hundreds of horses and mules also living...

2. E. Bertram Berkley: Leader E. Bertram Berkley: Leader March/14/1967 Photo and biographical sketch of E. Bertram Berkley, or Bert Berkley, president of Tension Envelope company, a World War II and Korean War veteran officer and officer of several business and Jewish organizations....

3. Frank E. Brennan: Leader Frank E. Brennan: Leader June//1969 Photo and biographical sketch of Frank Brennan, executive and lawyer for the New England Life Insurance Company and liaison between the City Council and the Chamber of Commerce, moving from Saint Louis...

4. Genesis of a Decision: Response to Aggression in Korea. Genesis of a Decision: Response to Aggression in Korea. Summer//2001 Compilation of comments made by members of Truman administration describing his actions at beginning of Korean War.

5. Impact of the Korean War on Kansas City Impact of the Korean War on Kansas City Fall 2000 Photo and article about the impact of the Korean War on Kansas City in the early 1950s. Mentions decrease of unemployment through increased local manufacturing industry, reactivation of World War II facilities...

6. Military Medicine Military Medicine June/30/1956 History of military medicine inside and originating out of the Kansas City area, starting with World War I Base Hospital Unit Number 28 in France and including the local civil defense program and medicine...

7. Primaries: Victory for Symington Primaries: Victory for Symington August/18/1952 Article about the senatorial election of W. Stuart Symington of Missouri, "Harry S. Truman's favorite troubleshooter" as the President's advisor before the Korean War, with photo and description of his...