Born to Harriet Bailey, an enslaved woman in Maryland in February 1818, Douglass lived twenty years as a slave and nearly nine years as a fugitive. From the 1840s to his death in 1895, he attained international fame as an abolitionist, reformer, orator of almost unparalleled stature, and author of three classic autobiographies.
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Alan G. Rogers Iraq & Afghanistan Alan G. Rogers served in the Army during the Gulf and Iraq Wars. For his master’s thesis in policy management from Georgetown, Rogers wrote about the effect of the US military’s “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy on military recruiting and retention rates. Image Source: Photograph of Major Alan G. Rogers in Iraq, 2017, National Museum of the United States Army Alan G. Rogers’s Biography Iraq and Afghanistan Alan G. Rogers Jose Angel Garibay Ashley White-Stumpf All Conflicts Revolutionary War Civil War World War I World War II Cold War...
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