The campaign to seize the Dodecanese Islands mattered little in the long run.
Learn how to defend against an overwhelming attack from a brilliant U.S. tank commander.
The flail as we know it would probably have knocked out any knight using it. Where did it come from?
After years of guerilla and light infantry tactics, North Vietnam resorted to conventional warfare with heavy emphasis on tanks.
A new study reveals the fine details of Roman swordplay.
A short history of men who won elections while they were behind bars.
A new book gives travelers the opportunity to become bandits on the historic Outlaw Trail, minus the time behind bars.
John G. Bradley is still haunted by his inability to prevent a lethal attack on a U.S. merchant ship days before war’s end.
The massive textile mills of Lowell, Mass., signaled a change for American labor.
Hamburger Hill veteran and expert on U.S. firepower Maj. Gen. Robert Scales shares his experiences in Vietnam and his views on U.S. strategy.