The thrilling conclusion of Toll's Pacific War trilogy recounts the final and bloody last year of World War II in the region
Dorie Miller, the first American hero of World War II, helped clear the way for others by doing what he was not allowed to do
Witold Pilecki spent two and a half years trying to sabotage the infamous camp from within
A new biography illuminates Admiral William D. Leahy's role as FDR's chief of staff, adviser, and friend during World War II
In Berlin, on August 1, 1936, track star Jesse Owens won a record-breaking four Olympic gold medals, knocking down Hitler's dreams of Aryan victory
An artist’s foxhole-level view of war during World War II.
The colonel headed a clandestine operations program that required brute force, innovation, and a strange-looking submarine.
Griffin Johnsen, the Armchair Historian, details Claus von Stauffenberg's failed 1944 attempt to bomb Adolf Hitler, take over Nazi Germany, and surrender to the Allies.
The Rommel biography focuses more on the general's North Africa adventures than on fresh scholarship.
General Raymond E. Lee voiced unwavering support—while holding private doubts.