During 1943's Operation Husky, fire from ship and shore killed dozens of Americans—and provided the Allies with a costly lesson.
Feeling happy? Mad? Sad? The museum’s got a GIF for that
“That’s official. Make the date[line] Reims and get it out.”
On June 28, 1914, Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian Serb nationalist, used an M1910 to shoot Archduke Franz Ferdinand
From the imposing stronghold of Sigmaringen, a toxic blend of French collaborators ran a government-in-exile.
Once associated with Prussian hussars, the Totenkopf is now a symbol of the evils of the Nazi regime
‘White House Designer and Builder James Hoban’ Celebrates the Son of Eire Who Built America’s Most Famous House
A Kilkenny farmer's son executed America's most revered neoclassical building and rebuilt it after British invasion
In 1917 two French artillery shells sealed off the tunnel's exits, dooming the men inside
The "stumbling stones" now constitute the world’s largest decentralised memorial
It took a century and a half and the tireless work of dissenting Friends to create the first White-dominated antislavery movement
“If I hear another f*cking G.I. say ‘f*cking’ once more I’ll cut my f*cking throat"
The retired lieutenant colonel recalls his days spent at England's Duxford Air Force Base—and in the sky.
Amid shifting political alliances of 17th century Scotland, fighting marquess James Graham morphed from Covenanter champion into defender of the Crown