Was justice denied?
One unit had perhaps the oddest assignment in the U.S. Army: create a fake force, but make it look and sound real.
Nobody wants to be the last to die for a cause—especially an evil one.
"I used to watch planes as a teenager and fantasize about being in the cockpit."
A military historian sets the record straight on the oft-confused terminology.
HistoryNet interviews Iwo Jima veteran Hershel "Woody" Williams, the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from the Pacific War.
Brukel's plot hinges on memories, not manpower.
Jakob Reimer mastered dodging the past—and passing as an ordinary U.S. citizen.
An 84-year-old man looks back at life inside Minidoka War Relocation Center.
In 1945, the newly fielded U.S. 10th Mountain Division battled the enemy and the elements in Italy's Northern Apennines.
Grosz and Hitler were equally traumatized by Germany’s defeat—but they coped in wildly divergent ways.
The National WWII Museum helps a reader analyze clues about his father's service in a plate painted with military insignia
California's Richmond harbor recalls an era of can-do American spirit.