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A Previously Untold Account of the Vietnam War

Lewis Sorley offers a shocking new perspective on the Vietnam War, through access to classified documents.

By Audrey Webster

The Korean War Told From Both Sides 

Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Toland recounts the devastating conflict in his book “In Mortal Combat: Korea, 1950-1953.”

By Audrey Webster

[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: The Miracle of Dunkirk, by Walter Lord

Enter for your chance to win the miraculously true survival story.

By The Archive Staff

The Post Reporters Who Exposed the Truth About the Vietnam War

In 1971, the "Washington Post" risked everything to publish government secrets after their competitor was indicted for the same crime.

By Olivia Mason

[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Must-Read Military History Book Bundle

Enter to win a set of books that are mandatory reading for World War II scholars and military history enthusiasts.

By The Archive Staff

The Guadalcanal Battle: An Eyewitness Account of One of the Most Pivotal Offensives of World War II

Combat correspondent Richard Tregaskis recounts what he saw when the Allies invaded the island of Guadalcanal in 1942.

By Sarah Mangiola

9 Fascinating Books About the Founding Fathers of America

They were more than a stuffy group of old men—in fact, many of them were young and rowdy.

By Sara Barry

Fidel Castro, the CIA, and John F. Kennedy’s Assassination

It’s been 54 years since the assassination of JFK, and the mystery surrounding his death still haunts us.

By Sarah Mangiola

New Documentary Naples '44 is a Devastating Portrait of the Tolls of War 

Based on Norman Lewis' acclaimed memoir, the film explores the aftermath of Germany's occupation of Naples.

By Olivia Mason

7 Books to Read After Watching Thank You for Your Service

The new film, based on the book of the same name by Daniel Finkel, highlights the realities of soldiers returning home from war with PTSD.

By Sarah Mangiola

Marita Lorenz: The Spy Who Loved Castro…and Almost Assassinated Him

In 1960, U.S. operatives recruited Lorenz to kill the communist party leader—but she couldn’t do it.

By Sarah Mangiola

A Chilling Look Inside the Lindbergh Kidnapping

When a child's life is on the line, who do you believe?

By Daniel O'Connor

Submit Your Writing to The Archive!

Great news, history lovers: We're looking for your original stories of little-known facts.

By The Archive Staff

12 Books for Fans of Hamilton

Go back in time with books about Hamilton and the people who knew him best.

By Olivia Mason

The Strange and Tragic Shipwreck of the Morro Castle

Fire brought down the ship—but was it an accident, or arson?

By Sarah Mangiola

Who Really Killed Dr. William Chapman?

His houseguest was convicted of the murder. But evidence against the doctor’s wife tells another story.

By Sarah Mangiola

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