Adolf Hitler saw Saint-Malo as a linchpin of the Atlantic Wall. The Allies reduced it to rubble
Joseph Bailey built bulwarks to trap water, then let loose the rising flood and saved the Union fleet
During the siege of Savannah, a heavily defended Confederate bastion fell to infantrymen's 'deadly aim'
Maj. Gen. Montgomery C. Meigs designed the former Pension Bureau building in Washington to be both functional and awe-inspiring
After a slow start, Washington's spymasters used mathematics, chemistry, and sneakiness to turn the tide against the British
For a few months in 1872-73, a mysterious equine malady brought whoa to the U.S. economy
In the spring of 1919, three Navy-Curtiss flying boats set out to beat the competition and be the first to fly across the Atlantic Ocean.