The U-boat pens at Lorient, France, are a silent yet striking tribute to every man and woman brave enough to take to sea in a submarine.
A new biography illuminates Admiral William D. Leahy's role as FDR's chief of staff, adviser, and friend during World War II
In August 1945, the U.S. dropped one of the deadliest weapons—two atomic bombs—on Japanese cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki
An artist’s foxhole-level view of war during World War II.
"All Quiet on the Western Front" highlighted the futility of war, whereas the Nazis revered violent struggle
Adolf Hitler saw Saint-Malo as a linchpin of the Atlantic Wall. The Allies reduced it to rubble
The colonel headed a clandestine operations program that required brute force, innovation, and a strange-looking submarine.
Joseph Heller's famous war novel is vividly recreated over the course of six episodes in a new streaming miniseries.
Griffin Johnsen, the Armchair Historian, details Claus von Stauffenberg's failed 1944 attempt to bomb Adolf Hitler, take over Nazi Germany, and surrender to the Allies.