Chair of Military History at Ohio State University and author of Baghdad at Sunrise (2008) shares his favorite books on the war.
Author of the acclaimed books Operation Mincemeat (2010) and Agent Zigag (2007) shares his favorite books on the war.
Schindler's list up for auction; Bill Mauldin gets the USPS stamp of approval; a veteran is tougher than he thought.
British historian Lloyd Clark shares his favorite history titles with World War II magazine.
The best World War II videos on the web.
News briefs from the March/April 2010 issue of World War II magazine.
Historian Donald L. Miller shares his reading list with WORLD WAR II magazine.
A letter written by Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the Queen Mother of England, which describes the only time Buckingham Palace suffered bomb damage during World War II, was published for the first time last fall.
This fall, a major new wing opened at the National World War II Museum—part of a $300 million expansion scheduled over the next five years.
News briefs from the January/February 2010 issue of World War II magazine.
Laurence Rees, the British historian and documentary filmmaker, shares his reading list with World War II magazine.
News briefs from the November 2009 issue of World War II magazine.
Author and scholar Gerhard Weinberg, who won the 2009 Pritzker Military Library Literature Award for Lifetime Achievement, shares his reading list with World War II magazine.
In the midst of the Battle of Britain, prime minister Winston Churchill was told for the first time that the underground command center in London known as the Cabinet War Rooms was not actually “bomb-proof.”
Writer-director Quentin Tarantino, whose upcoming film Inglourious Basterds opens August 21, shares his reading list with World War II magazine.
The U.S. Navy held a ceremony to commemorate the 65th anniversary of what is known as the “West Loch Disaster,” a huge, non-combat-related explosion that killed more than 160 men and wounded almost 400.