That time the city of Strasbourg nearly danced itself to death
Next to soldiers, sailors, and Marines, war photographers were there in the jungles, deserts, streets, and snow to capture not only the devastation that the war wrought, but the victories as well
Bill Livingstone can still vividly recall his time as a POW after his one and only mission with the 95th Bomb Group ended in disaster.
During World War II the Finnish variant of the U.S.-built Brewster Buffalo proved more than a match for top Soviet, German and British fighters
Józef Haller dreamed of an army that would help bring about the return of an independent Poland
The original black Dr. Marten boot traces its roots back to World War II, when Klaus Märtens, then a 25-year-old doctor in the German army, injured his ankle skiing
Wolfgang Petersen's 1981 film conjures something that every veteran knows about military service: it sucks.
It took tens of thousands of lives and weeks of fighting through the bedeviling Norman hedgerows to capture what remained of the ‘Capital of Ruins’
A dramatic scene in 1917, the film directed by Sam Mendes, set the author on the trail of his grandfather in World War I