Confederates and Union troops alike made flawed decisions with fatal consequences.
Celebrate the African American men and women who made history.
The Continental Army rose from winter devastation to become a force to be reckoned with.
His combative stance was the final stand of the Viking Age—and allowed the Norman invasion its foothold.
Discover the legendary wild child of France.
The statues were a sign of honor for their enemy and a symbol of the strength of the empire.
With German forces approaching, Russia turned to a new source of manpower.
Join the scene of the Revolutionary War's most important battles, from embarrassing defeats to shocking underdog victories.
Natural barricades, manmade obstacles, and heavy reinforcements kept the capital safe.
The extraordinary flier's strange tale fascinates, decades later.
Think you know WW1? Think again.
This man went from an unwilling, pacifist draftee to Sergeant York, military hero and legend.
During the War of 1812, no one wanted to come face-to-face with the Kentuckians.
The Doughnut Girls of World War I delivered a taste of home when it was needed most, boosting morale and the popularity of the Salvation Army.
While their men fought on the front lines, women fought their own battle at home and in the workforce—and helped bring the Allied Powers to victory.
The Napoleon House lay awaiting its infamous tenant.
Gilbert Bates toured the South and England on foot in Union uniform, flag in hand.
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.