The Real Killer of the Sheriff Who Shot Billy the Kid
Connecting the dots between established facts and a previously untapped interview, the author fingers ‘Killin’ Jim’ Miller for the notorious unsolved murder
World War II
Gene Roddenberry’s Near-Death Experiences in the Pacific War
The future creator of Star Trek served in the South Pacific as a B-17 pilot, surviving tropical storms, flak and a fatal crash
French Strategy in 1940s Sets Course for The U.S. Later
Author William M. Waddell presents a thoroughly illuminating, refreshingly balanced interpretation of the French war for Indochina.
Assault on the Citadel: Patton’s troops crush a large enemy force at Saint-Malo
Adolf Hitler saw Saint-Malo as a linchpin of the Atlantic Wall. The Allies reduced it to rubble
Howls of ‘Socialism!’ Killed Truman Health Insurance
Republicans and medical industry groups used Red Scare tactics to defeat early version of Medicare-for-All
The Invisible Empire: Why Some Americans Don’t Count
'Pointillist' colonialism treats millions of U.S. citizens as foreigners
The Stranger-Than-Fiction Career of the OSS’s Carl Eifler
The colonel headed a clandestine operations program that required brute force, innovation, and a strange-looking submarine.