Jakob Reimer mastered dodging the past—and passing as an ordinary U.S. citizen.
Designed as a carrier-based torpedo bomber, the Fieseler Fi-167 ended up hunting Yugoslav Partisans when its ship never materialized.
An 84-year-old man looks back at life inside Minidoka War Relocation Center.
In 1945, the newly fielded U.S. 10th Mountain Division battled the enemy and the elements in Italy's Northern Apennines.
Grosz and Hitler were equally traumatized by Germany’s defeat—but they coped in wildly divergent ways.
During Gregory Boyington's brief, tempestuous career with the AVG, he was responsible for losing more airplanes than he shot down.
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It’s easy enough to design a bad airplane, but it takes real gumption to put it into production despite all signs to the contrary.
California's Richmond harbor recalls an era of can-do American spirit.
"I was conscious of the Greek historian Thucydides’s prompt to write the history of which you are a part."
It was one of the biggest air raids in the entire campaign for the Solomon Islands. More than a year after U.S. Marines landed on Guadalcanal, Navy TBF Avengers and SBD Dauntless dive bombers were to hit the Japanese base on Ballale,