James M. Cain's fledging career as a journalist was interrupted when the United States entered World War I
Thanks to a tenacious fight put up by the untrained Americans, Montfaucon did fall on the 27th, albeit at a terrible cost.
Alexander Smith's valor in World War I earned him the Military Cross. His son later became famous as Tonto to Clayton Moore’s Lone Ranger
Alexander von Falkenhausen led Turks against the British, Chinese Nationalists against the Japanese, and conspired in Adolf Hitler’s assassination
From June 1942 through 1945 frontline American soldiers filed stories and photographed World War II and its aftermath for a select readership—themselves
“He was our benefactor and inspiration,” Eubie Blake, the jazz great, once said of James Reese Europe, who wielded a baton, not a rifle, for much of World War I
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