Why an obscure tank clash in the Philippines during World War II deserves a place in history.
How the Allied policy of "steel not flesh" saved lives—and yielded victory.
Germany built a vast subterranean complex in Mimoyecques, France, to house their secret weapon.
Aiming to illuminate an invisible combat injury, a groundbreaking film became a casualty itself
A band of well-heeled altruists described as "Harvard grads, glamour boys & career men" left behind charmed lives to man ambulances for the Armed Field Service.
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It was a fight of unspeakable horror—one Captain Ben L. Salomon seemed to have trained for his whole life.
Together in one place for the first time, Stalin, Roosevelt, and Churchill made a tempting target at November 1943’s Tehran Conference.
A new book on the infamous Nazi doctor's life shows how ordinary people can be capable of extraordinary cruelty.
Allied POWs use an unlikely weapon to defy the Nazis in John Huston's "Victory."
A new book chronicles World War II's opening act, offering a preview of even larger horrors to come.