At the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia, these artifacts from the beaches of Normandy are called “Silent Witnesses."
In 1962 Vietti became America's first female prisoner of war in Vietnam
A detailed look at the world that Confederate politicians and planners imagined would exist in the wake of a Southern victory in the Civil War
A handful of critical decisions altered the course of the 1862 Seven Days Campaign
Roy Benavidez braved bullets, grenade fragments and even a bayonet to save the lives of his comrades under attack during the Vietnam War
The National WWI Museum and Memorial is offering to break up the drudgery of quarantine by hosting virtual battlefield tours across France.
“It was horrifying," David Dushman recalled. "We threw all of our canned food at them and drove on quickly, to keep chasing the fascists"
The Coast Guard’s Only Medal of Honor Recipient Used a Higgins Boat to Shield Marines on Guadalcanal
When asked if he was able to go back and extract the overwhelmed Marines, the 22-year-old Munro reportedly gave a confident, “Hell, yeah!”
Of the multiple early explorers who claimed to have reached the North Pole, only the crew of the airship Norge definitively achieved their goal