The famous Battle of Hampton Roads that pitted USS Monitor against CSS Virginia on […]
President Calvin Coolidge inspects the cockpit of a de Havilland DH-4B at Bolling Field […]
Bollman Bridge, A Bridge to the Future
Invented by Wendel Bollman, a Baltimore engineer, the bridges were the first all-metal railroad spans in history.
The Four Chimney House
A “piece” of history.
John Fetterman Isn’t the First Ill Politician to Serve. Here Are Examples from History
From the Founding Fathers to the present day, illness has impacted politics.
When the Soviets Needed a Submarine, They Turned to the Germans
The result was a successful Russian sub.
They Were Sent on a Suicide Mission at Cedar Creek. Their Victory Rallied the Union.
The fierce clash proved to be
a fitting coda for the resolute 8th Vermont.
New Graphic Novel Highlights Soldier Who Killed Six Nazis By Himself
A new graphic novel from the Association of the United States Army brings to life the story of a soldier who stood alone in the line of fire to protect other members of his unit.
This Polish Monoplane Wasn’t as Bad as You Might Think
What the PZL P.11 lacked in speed and armament it almost made up for with maneuverability.
Death by Dentures? John McCain Sr.’s WWII Battles With Teeth, Toilets
“There were few wiser or more competent officers in the Navy than Slew McCain, but whenever his name came up, somebody had a ridiculous story to tell about him — and many of the stories were true.”