When His Sister Came to Vietnam, This Door Gunner Left the Central Highlands For a Rare Family Reunion
Michael Kelley of the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) had a brief respite from combat duty visiting his sister at Nha Trang near the South China Sea
From June 1942 through 1945 frontline American soldiers filed stories and photographed World War II and its aftermath for a select readership—themselves
In 2008, Tallon was finally awarded a Purple Heart, which he had not received because his plane’s crash was officially characterized as a “non-hostile” accident
As the Allies fought their way inland from Normandy’s beaches in 1944, French fighters in Brittany distracted German forces by launching a guerrilla campaign codenamed “Operation Dingson.”
In June 1938, Adolf Hitler paid a visit to the then-German city, a stronghold of the Nazi movement.
Facing being pushed out by booming railroad companies, steamboats banked on making the Colorado, a desert river, the Mississippi of the West
Columbus's role in the murder of Indigenous tribes has called into question whether the famous explorer deserves a day to be celebrated.
Learn more about Baltimore's Civil War past, when Southern sympathizers attacked Union troops in April 1861—the war’s first blood drawn in action
Douglas MacArthur lived all over the world, but his family history brought him back to the Chesapeake.
How a team of four veteran athletes went on a cross-country quest to the Vietnam Wall to honor the fallen