In 1945, the newly fielded U.S. 10th Mountain Division battled the enemy and the elements in Italy's Northern Apennines.
Patricia O’Toole compellingly explains how a moralizing outlook drove Woodrow Wilson’s presidency, from WWI to handling domestic politics.
Two empty freight train cars fell into the Potomac River, closing sites including John Brown's Fort and The Point
Two of the 11th Connecticut's officers died in gallant rush on Burnside Bridge
For nearly six decades after Little Big Horn, George Custer's widow burnished the general's reputation and wrote movingly of reconciliation with former foes
Confederate officers' wounded pride leads to fury, insults, and senseless murder