Nazi Germany planned the horrors of Leningrad with more premeditated malice than many historians have previously realized
William “Howdy” Martin exemplified the officers who kept rough hewn soldiers ready to fight
The murky fate of the Texian dead grows murkier after human remains turn up inside the famed San Antonio mission chapel
Former schoolteacher finds a fitting home as one of John Hunt Morgan’s vaunted Cavalry raiders
In 1777, a high-born wife takes her youngsters to North America to find her husband, a German officer fighting under British command. What could go wrong?
Here’s why an obscure tank clash in the Philippines during World War II deserves a bigger place in history.
After 35-year fight, Maine’s abolitionist leadership accepted statehood with a condition—the proslavery Missouri Compromise
In his first duel with Wendell Willkie, FDR campaigned against giant holding companies that soaked small electricity customers
Conventional wisdom holds “The Few” handed Nazi Germany its first defeat in World War II and set the Allies on the road to ultimate victory. But is that true?
Polarized partisanship, deep animosity among candidates, worry about the peaceful transfer of power—sound familiar?