Józef Haller dreamed of an army that would help bring about the return of an independent Poland
From 1907 until 1947 Buffalo Soldiers, known for their exceptional horsemanship, taught white cadets riding skills and tactics at the West Point Military Academy
The original black Dr. Marten boot traces its roots back to World War II, when Klaus Märtens, then a 25-year-old doctor in the German army, injured his ankle skiing
Military historian Chris McNab compares the men, equipment, strategy and tactics of soldiers of the North Vietnamese Army and the U.S. Air Cavalry
Wolfgang Petersen's 1981 film conjures something that every veteran knows about military service: it sucks.
Learn about the life and death of the former Confederate soldier and famous outlaw from the Wild West
It took tens of thousands of lives and weeks of fighting through the bedeviling Norman hedgerows to capture what remained of the ‘Capital of Ruins’
The congressman did not start out a revolutionary; he became one
This WWII Vet Kept a ‘Thank You for Your Service’ Letter for Over 10 Years. This Summer He Finally Met Its Author
“Before I close my eyes I have to find her. I have to find her," Frank Grasberger repeatedly told his wife
Approximately 100,000 Filipinos died in Japan’s wanton destruction of the port city in 1945.
With a little help from presidential pal Theodore Roosevelt, Natalie Curtis helped defend Native American culture against the federal juggernaut
A U.S. Navy nurse who survived the Brinks Hotel bombing in 1964 shares her story of suffering, resilience and an unprecedented Purple Heart