13 Remarkable Books About the Great Depression
Fascinating stories of courage, corruption, and change emerged from the darkest period of the 20th century.
James Thomas Flexner examines how Benedict Arnold's defection shaped George Washington's future.
Discover the history behind the religions that have shaped humanity.
In the face of death, these ordinary citizens did extraordinary things.
The famous female pilot describes her record-breaking westbound flight in her bestselling memoir.
The Day the Bubble Burst examines one of the greatest financial disasters—the 1929 stock market crash—through the eyes of those involved.
Secret agent Peter Malkin opens up about the capture that inspired the film Operation Finale.
In Ahead of Time, Gruber reflects on the early years of her career, including the assignment that took her back to 1930s Germany.
In January of 1943, Warsaw Ghetto inmates began defying their German enemies—and sparked a widespread hunger for resistance.
A Journey Through Tudor England explores the building's infamous executions and the "graffiti" left by doomed prisoners.
The future is female—but so was the past.
As hate tore the world apart, love brought people together.
In 1971, the "Washington Post" risked everything to publish government secrets after their competitor was indicted for the same crime.
Historian Walter Lord recounts the bombing of major U.S. battleships and the heroics of the men on board.
Based on Norman Lewis' acclaimed memoir, the film explores the aftermath of Germany's occupation of Naples.