Lieutenant General Hal Moore left behind the legacy of a brave soul and a kind heart.
Not every method can be a stroke of genius.
Memorialize the lives lost at Wounded Knee with the story behind Dee Brown's iconic work.
Bombing by balloon had been outlawed by the Hague Convention of 1899, but Italian forces found a workaround.
Even a 300,000 Franc bounty couldn't bring him down.
Court-martialed after the sinking of the cruiser, Captain McVay's innocence was proven by Hunter Scott in 1996.
He's believed to be the deadliest sniper in history.
The Paris Gun was so named for its far-off target.
Some of our best films draw inspiration from the global conflict.
Mary Roberts, Elaine Roe, Virginia Rourke, and Ellen Ainsworth continued to save lives even as mortar shells rained down around them.
The Butler family's contributions made our nation's birth possible.
Just 15 years after the Declaration of Independence, a federal tax was the foment of the Whiskey Rebellion.
Support dogs have a long-standing history that might surprise you.
From 1861 to 1865, these battles determined the fate of the United States.
One Austrian Jew saved untold planes and crew members with his survivorship bias theory.
These 10 facts illuminate the reasons behind our day off in September.
Alexander Selkirk was left ashore an uninhabited island by his captain.
In 1956, one man reminisced about his experience in the Ford's Theater at age five.
Bass Reeves was the first black deputy marshal west of the Mississippi–and one of the most beloved.
A more heroic swig of wine we've never encountered.