When Kate Warne marched into Allan Pinkerton's office, he couldn't have imagined all she would achieve as his agent.
In 1963, Wolfgang Engels crashed through the Iron Curtain.
The use of Native American languages during the Pacific Theater of World War II safeguarded every American move.
Captain Lawrence Dickson was just 24 when his red-tailed P-51 Mustang fighter was downed in 1944.
These engaging listens will transport you to the front lines.
The Dutch brought camouflage to a whole new level.
Tragically, one last American life was lost between the announcement of Japan's surrender and the signing of the document.
They flew their first mission in June 1942—and quickly developed a reputation for deadly precision.
His heroic act silenced seven enemy machine guns and captured 25 German troops.
The notorious statesman's ability to get out of tight pinches while benefitting himself is beyond compare.
A group of Navajo men came together in the 1940s to create an unbreakable military code.
Peer into prehistory.
Corporal Guy Gabaldon was able to talk troops into surrendering.
Seeger's prophetic verse was published posthumously, after he fell at the Battle of the Somme.
The American Mail Company successfully forced the U.S. Post to bring down its postal rates.
These gripping films illuminate one of American history's darkest chapters.
He retired in 1904—but the Army wasn't done with him.
Major went above and beyond the call of duty in World War II and the Korean War.
These compelling films know their facts.