The Luftwaffe’s first jet-propelled medium bomber test-bed featured forward-swept wings.
'Flak began to come pretty soon … but the expression on the face of the kid from Cleveland who was piloting the plane did not change in the slightest degree'
Although cautioned about the Chinese habit of infiltrating the lines at nighttime, many within E Company did not heed the warning — except Red Cloud
A mixed bag of aircraft imported from the United States and Europe played an outsized role in the 1930s war between Bolivia and Paraguay.
America's largest immigrant population introduced Teutonic traditions that seem homegrown to us now
Longacre takes a look at Custer and the unsung hero of Gettysburg, David McMurtrie Gregg
From Blurring Imperfections to Falsifying Reality: How Stalin Made the Truth Disappear Through “Photoshop”
Was Stalin the forefather of photoshop?
A South Vietnamese soldier recounts his experiences facing his enemies during peace negotiations