"Only Man deserves brute suffering"
The punishments meted out in the Lichfield courts-martial of 1946 underscored the long-held belief that military justice is far from fair
Bradford’s paper rushed his account of the Battle of New Orleans into print
Christopher Spencer’s seven-shot repeating rifle gave Union forces in the Civil War a fearsome edge against their Confederate enemies.
German artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was a pioneer of the European avant-garde movement. This self-portrait is his most famous work.
A look at some 'eye-catching' devices that helped put some important things into focus
In June 1864 two of the Civil War’s fiercest cavalry commanders faced off at Trevilian Station, Virginia.
Morris “Moe” Berg was a brainy academic who spoke a dozen languages. He was also a spy.
Arthur Guy Empey parlayed his brief service in World War I into a best-selling book and a career in Hollywood. Then he lost everything.