Historian Preston argues that Stalin did not actually make patsies of Roosevelt and Churchill
Louis Kraft takes another look at the 1864 Sand Creek massacre, the beginning of the end for the Cherokee and Arapaho way of life
What was a bitter George Pickett thinking when he ordered the hanging of Union prisoners at Kinston, N.C., in 1864?
An act meant to protect women wound up being a cudgel against common adulterers and men on the FBI's blacklist
American History Review: Gentlemanly Nathanael Greene’s Biggest Headache Was His Rude, Crude, and Successful Subordinate
Ungovernable guerrilla Thomas Sumter helped his straitlaced commander win the American Revolution in the South