"Only Man deserves brute suffering"
“It was an odd time. I felt it was demeaning to do housework when I knew I was capable of something else…"
A daring Russian fighter pilot faced perils from friend and foe when he decided to escape a concentration camp in a German Heinkel 111 bomber.
The Luftwaffe met their match with the teenage Hazel Hill
It’s the celebrity gossip military historians didn’t know they needed — until now.
Honoring Anna Mae Robertson and the ‘Six Triple Eight,’ WWII’s First and Only All-Black Female Battalion
With the motto, 'no mail, low morale,' the battalion tackled a two-year backlog of mail in 1945
"You've inspired the whole nation, and I know we are all wishing you a full recovery" tweeted Prime Minister Boris Johnson
The Japanese diplomat is credited with saving the lives of as many as 6,000 Jewish men, women, and children prior to 1941
Looking back, the 1948 Cleveland Indians World Series champion credits the Navy for instilling the discipline that helped him build a 65-year-old career in the game he loves
Russia’s largest military history museum launched an art exhibit to honor female fighters from World War II
Tasked with suppressing a nationalist insurgency in the East Indies, Turkish-born Dutch commando Raymond Westerling proved brutally successful