Author and art collector Larry Len Peterson explores the life of Charlie Russell through photos of the iconic Western painter and sculptor
Eisenhower deftly maneuvered through Cold War crises, from the threat of nuclear annihilation to domestic political turmoil
Eisenhower scholars have spent much of the past two decades correcting the record of his presidency, distorted by biased historians and antagonistic pundits. Ike’s legacy in civil rights is still the...
The United States is trying to make a deal with Iran, by which that country would guarantee to keep its nuclear program peaceful. After winding down the war in Iraq, American troops are back in that country to...
Join in this open, multi-faceted forum, sponsored by Military History magazine, to discuss the contention Spanish Civil War, 1936-39.
The Japanese Ha-Go held its own early in World War II, though by war's end it would yield the field to stouter Allied tanks.
Charles Stephenson's book A Box of Sand looks at the relatively overlooked 1911 Italo-Turkish War, its implications for the then-brewing global war and its present-day reverberations.
French army historian and former engineer André Bourachot assesses the World War I performance of Joseph Joffre, chief of the French General Staff.
In Secret Warriors, author Taylor Downing relates the military advances that originated out of Britain during World War I.
Over the past century filmmakers have sought to capture the horror, heroism and dark humor of that first global war
Readers' letters in the July 2015 issue of Military History sound off about the 1918–20 Allied intervention in Russia and the 1982 Falklands War.
'Nazi Attack on America,' a compelling new NOVA/National Geographic special, tells the story of U-166, the only enemy sub sunk in the Gulf of Mexico during WWII.
Congress enacted Prohibition but lawmakers didn’t go dry, thanks to bootlegger George Cassiday—the “Man in the Green Hat”—who set up shop on Capitol Hill
Seventy years ago, the Allies celebrated V-E Day, closing the Western theater of World War II. Here in their own words, two Americans take stock of what happened
Canadian author Brian Dippie sure knows his Western artists, with books on Frederic Remington, Charlie Russell and George Catlin
Texas photographer Robb Kendrick turns back the clock to capture today’s cowboys in tintypes