No general experienced a greater turnaround in nicknames than Robert E. Lee
Union artillery at the Battle of Stones River shredded Confederate attacks on January 2, 1863
After two decades of planning, fundraising, and construction, the National Museum of the United States Army finally opened
A landmark study gave African Americans credit for being important actors in their freedom quest
William “Howdy” Martin exemplified the officers who kept rough hewn soldiers ready to fight
The Billinghurst Requa Battery, a breechloading gun, consisted of 25 horizontally arrayed barrels and required a crew of three to work it.
The soldiers of Governor Andrew Curtin’s unique Pennsylvania reserves division were some of the best fighters in the army of the Potomac.