Nazi Germany planned the horrors of Leningrad with more premeditated malice than many historians have previously realized
Russia’s largest military history museum launched an art exhibit to honor female fighters from World War II
When his plane caught fire over Germany, RAF engineer Norman Jackson climbed onto the wing to put out the flames. The bomber, under attack, was flying 200 mph at 22,000 feet in frigid air.
Tasked with suppressing a nationalist insurgency in the East Indies, Turkish-born Dutch commando Raymond Westerling proved brutally successful
Five spy books recommended by Military History magazine for readers interested in historical accounts of "the Great Game"
A World War I plaque indicates that Euan Lucie-Smith was the first multiracial officer commissioned in the British Army