Writer Dave Buckhout meditates on a time when peace and good-will momentarily won out over humanity’s impulse for self-destruction.
Even though I pride myself on being an American history buff, my knowledge of the Korean War had […]
On August 23rd, 1939, as war between France and Germany loomed, a French soldier named Daniel Barlone confided […]
3:50am, July 31, 1917 was Zero Hour. At that moment, artillery shells fell upon no man’s land. “The […]
Erwin Rommel comes as close to being a household name in America as a Nazi general can get. […]
Harry Turtledove has written more than fifty alternate history novels, and has been described by one book critic […]
When we talk about advances in civil and gay rights, we often talk in terms of famous firsts: […]
In May of 1918, former president Theodore Roosevelt wrote U.S. Army Chief of Staff Peyton C. March to thank […]