“I tried to reflect the life of a soldier as he was going about his work,” Robert Greenhalgh once said of his drawings for Yank in World War II
Facing being pushed out by booming railroad companies, steamboats banked on making the Colorado, a desert river, the Mississippi of the West
Guy Gabaldon’s efforts on both Saipan and Tinian led to the surrender of some 1,500 Japanese troops and civilians
John Matteson eschews history on the grand scale for a view shaped by the experiences of Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., John Pelham, Walt Whitman, Arthur Fuller, and Louisa May Alcott
For the first time in nearly 100 years, members of the public will be able to lay flowers directly in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Colin Firth to Star as MI5 Agent Who Concocted One of the Most Extraordinary Deceptions of WWII — Operation MINCEMEAT
The film follows MI5 agents and their hairbrained scheme in which they use a British cadaver to bamboozle the Germans in the lead up to the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943
During the past 70 years, numerous books, articles, documentaries and movies have told the story of how U.S. Air Force pilot Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in a Bell X-1 on October 14, 1947.
The National WWII Museum's latest special exhibit, "SOLDIER | ARTIST: Trench Art in World War II," is on view through January 2, 2022.
This unique and top-secret unit was capable of simulating two whole divisions — approximately 30,000 men — during battle
A CIA-inspired plan to round up Viet Cong leaders, known as the Phoenix Program, was one of the most misunderstood aspects of the war
Retired Army Brig. Gen. Ty Seidule combines history and memoir, reflecting on Confederate memorials and his education in segregated academies
In wars throughout history, for better or for worse, the clock has always been ticking
Columbus's role in the murder of Indigenous tribes has called into question whether the famous explorer deserves a day to be celebrated.