War Story: A GI recalls his D-Day Experience at Omaha Beach
In an essay written soon after the war, a GI recalls his D+1 at Omaha Beach and after
‘This Is What Hell Is Like’: 74 Years Ago, My Grandfather-in-Law Liberated the Dachau Concentration Camp
It was April 29, 1945, a cold, damp day when a 19-year-old private and his fellow soldiers got orders to liberate a Nazi concentration camp called Dachau.
Conversation with Dick Cole, the Last of the Doolittle Raiders
A conversation with Dick Cole who copiloted the lead B-25 with Doolittle in the famous 1942 raid...
World War II
“For You the War is Over”: WWII Pilot Captured by Germans Tells His Story
An injured Mustang pilot spends the final month of the war as a prisoner of the Germans
Book Review: War Reporters Who Braved the Frontlines
USA Today military reporter Jim Michaels covers two great books about the dedicated war reporters that braved World War II's frontlines.