Facing being pushed out by booming railroad companies, steamboats banked on making the Colorado, a desert river, the Mississippi of the West
New research shows that U.S. Navy submarines claimed a huge number of Japanese lives, along with Allied POWs and slave laborers transported by the Japanese.
Readers sound off about the Lee-Enfield rifle, Robert Rogers' Rangers, the Battles of Cedar Creek and Schmidt, U-853, Charles 'The Hammer' Martel and Curtis LeMay in our November '21 issue
The U.S. Navy SEALs honed their unique approach to special operations in Vietnam
References mention that Allied convoy escorts during the Battle of the Atlantic would sometimes raise this ominous-sounding alert. But why?
Scientist Matthew Maury modernized navigation techniques but his racist politics have made him a pariah
British Admiral of the Fleet Sir Philip Louis Vian was one of history’s great fighting commanders, serving with distinction during World War II