Fixated upon his country's national identity, Miklós Horthy yearned for a way to reclaim its lost glory and lost territory.
Morris “Moe” Berg was a brainy academic who spoke a dozen languages. He was also a spy.
Obsessed with an ancient king, Heinrich Himmler hunted for a skeleton, held ghostly candlelit ceremonies in a crypt, and transformed a medieval church into a sinister SS temple
During World War II, young American cattle rancher Franklin Nash served as a member of Australia’s covert Coastwatchers
Intel analyst Ed Keith left his desk duties to take part in combat operations and was severely wounded
An engineering triumph developed under strict wartime secrecy, the proximity fuze vastly increased the lethality of anti-aircraft guns and field artillery.
Joel McPherson's life changed the day he jumped out of his crippled P-47 and parachuted into a foreign land.
Republic of China Air Force Major “Mike” Hua pulled off a nighttime dead-stick landing in an early U-2