Soldiers found their hosts across the pond difficult to share close quarters with.
The German Invasion of Norway April 1940 By Geirr H. Haarr. 474 pp. Naval Institute Press, 2009. $49.95. The Battle for Norway April-June 1940 By Geirr H. Haarr. 458 pp. Naval Institute Press, 2009....
How the arms race drove the world to war.
The Autumn 2010 issue of MHQ amply illustrates an axiom of war: Risk-taking and innovation can win battles, but derring-do unleavened by reflection can lead to disaster.
The British-backed Arab Revolt in 1916—featuring the dashing guerrilla fighter Lawrence of Arabia—planted the seeds of modern conflicts in the Middle East.
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This new grand strategy game shows the might of ruling with economic savvy
The seductive spy Richard Sorge, a German in Japan, paved Stalin's path to victory
The wartime relationship between President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill is famous. Some have praised it as “the partnership that saved the west,” and even “a friendship that saved the world.” But what if this relationship had failed to develop?
Seventeen top historians weigh in on the moment that decided the war.
Author of the new World War II-era historical novel "Spies of the Balkans" explores human nature on the streets of occupied Greece.
Over the past two decades, globalization, changing attitudes, and clearer international laws have emboldened aggrieved nations to demand the return of cultural property seized by enemy forces in the past, but laws alone can’t guarantee their success.
Edward Lansdale, working undercover as an assistant air attache at Saigon's U.S. Embassy in the mid-1950s, led the CIA's Saigon Military Mission to apply psychological warfare campaigns, such as rumors and black leaflets, against Viet MInh Communists
Hannah Pakula, acclaimed author of An Uncommon Woman, tells World War II magazine about her new book, The Last Empress: Madame Chiang Kai-shek and the Birth of Modern China.
Journalist and historian Rick Atkinson, who covered the Gulf War and Iraq War for The Washington Post, is working on the final volume of his World War II "Liberation Trilogy."
Ho Chi Minh’s Viet Minh guerrilla fighters, led by future NVA General Vo Nguyen Giap, were allies of the Americans and given training by the OSS, the forerunner of the CIA, in an effort to defeat the Japanese during the waning days of World War II