A dramatic scene in 1917, the film directed by Sam Mendes, set the author on the trail of his grandfather in World War I
While Donovan’s WWII exploits are fairly well-known, AUSA’s latest graphic novel highlights his time in the trenches of World War I
'I owe you great gratitude…for I wear and will always…wear the marvelous device that you created'
A German feint over the Chemin des Dames in May 1918 gained more ground than expected before devolving into a logistical nightmare
Jim Crossley highlights the Royal Navy career of Admiral Roger Keyes, who served Britain through both World Wars
In 1915 a group of disgruntled airmen in the U.S. Signal Corps declared war on their superiors. The consequences were far reaching
“Once you have had to lead a platoon into direct machine-gun fire,” Raymond Chandler would later write, “nothing is ever the same again.”
The Great Depression made a laughing stock of 'Great Engineer' Herbert Hoover's faith in efficiency
Floyd Gibbons made history when his dispatch got past the wartime censor
Arthur Guy Empey parlayed his brief service in World War I into a best-selling book and a career in Hollywood. Then he lost everything.
A World War I plaque indicates that Euan Lucie-Smith was the first multiracial officer commissioned in the British Army