Former ABC News correspondent John Martin recalls the search for Barbie, and how it helped expose an American wrongdoing.
Busted down in rank four times and perhaps the first soldier to receive a Purple Heart without being wounded, Sergeant John Shelby nonetheless proved himself on the battlefield
During 1943's Operation Husky, fire from ship and shore killed dozens of Americans—and provided the Allies with a costly lesson.
“That’s official. Make the date[line] Reims and get it out.”
From the imposing stronghold of Sigmaringen, a toxic blend of French collaborators ran a government-in-exile.
Once associated with Prussian hussars, the Totenkopf is now a symbol of the evils of the Nazi regime
Anderson’s landscapers unearthed not one, not two, but three WWII-era bombs in the span of 48 hours
The "stumbling stones" now constitute the world’s largest decentralised memorial
“If I hear another f*cking G.I. say ‘f*cking’ once more I’ll cut my f*cking throat"
The retired lieutenant colonel recalls his days spent at England's Duxford Air Force Base—and in the sky.
"We want letters pouring in; we're hoping to deliver him hundreds of get-well notes," the XVIII Airborne Corps Facebook page stated
“You have to keep your mind healthy, it’s the only way to survive"