A primetime news anchor reinvents himself for the modern world and calls all Americans to remember what brings us together.
The 872-day siege by German forces failed to capture Leningrad, but left immense devastation in its wake.
Expand your horizons with books that explore the places, people, and objects that shaped human history.
The famously sporty president's impact extends through college teams and Olympics to this day.
Engage with the oft-forgotten Second War of Independence.
Set sail with these thrilling and true nautical tales.
These reads are transporting.
Alight on the lunar surface alongside Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
Listen up, history fans. These great audiobooks are for you.
According to the hit film, Hôtel des Mille Collines was a refuge during the Rwandan Genocide. One of its residents claims otherwise in this memoir.
Immerse yourself in the culture–and history–of a place.
Five lucky winners will get a copy of the new collection by Catherine Whitlock and Rhodri Evans.
These dynamic critiques, vivid memoirs, and clearsighted military histories illuminate the Forgotten War.
From the Pacific theater to the coast of France, discover the greatest World War II books.
Give yourself the most colorful history lesson ever.
Five authors carry on the legacy of Carson's five iconic books.
Randall Sullivan's new book is the perfect complement for any history buff.
Meet Edith Minturn and Isaac Newton Phelps Stokes, Gilded Age socialites, philanthropists, collectors, artists, and lovers.
New York's first and only legislative divorce was granted to Eunice Chapman in 1818, along with custody of her children.
The long-awaited report is here.