When a Marine general fired an Army general on Saipan, all hell broke loose
How the U.S. Army wrung victory from one of their worst defeats
After a briefing with LBJ on Vietnam in 1966, Rep. Rumsfeld wrote that the president was “up and down like a yo-yo”
How Union General George G. Meade became the Rodney Dangerfield of the Civil War
Secession fever revisited We can take an honest look at history, or just revise it to make it more palatable Try this version of history: 150 years ago this spring, North Carolina and Tennessee became the...
Preservationists win Wilderness battle Rather than face what would likely have been an image-bruising court fight, Walmart has abandoned plans to build a retail supercenter on the doorstep of the Wilderness...
Jackson, Johnston and conflicting interests The fate of strategic Harpers Ferry hung on the leadership styles of two Southern commanders Ten weeks before earning the sobriquet “Stonewall” on...
Hotzumi Ozaki, the only Japanese to be formally tried and hanged for treason during the war, became a role model for his countrymen.
The author of Churchill's Secret War discusses the wartime leader's fatal grip on India
A call for writers to contribute to Germany at War, an encyclopedia project by ABC-Clio that covers German military history from the Thirty Years War to today's Bundeswehr.
Union agent Pryce Lewis had his share of close calls
Sidney Schanberg, a reporter and columnist after the Vietnam War, discusses his career and his efforts to report and investigate allegations that American POWs had knowingly been left behind in Laos by a Nixon administration desperate to end the war
As U.S. forces neared Japan, casualties rose at an alarming rate.
How the arms race drove the world to war.
As secession fever spreads through the South, political patriarchs try to avert war—-but at what price?
Did the actions of a handful of people on a remote Hawaiian island lead to the internment of over 100,000 Japanese Americans after Pearl Harbor?