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.
The Rommel biography focuses more on the general's North Africa adventures than on fresh scholarship.
War hero-turned-movie star Audie Murphy wasn't doing much acting in "To Hell and Back," the 1955 film that chronicled his combat feats.
Once the highest-elevation U.S. Army post, Colorado's Camp Hale provided ski troops with deep snow and challenging terrain.
General Raymond E. Lee voiced unwavering support—while holding private doubts.
101st Airborne Division pathfinders and their headstrong leader set foot in a dark Normandy just 15 minutes into D-Day.
On June 6, 1944, the Allies launched the biggest seaborne invasion in history in a gamble that would determine the course of the war