Examine the world's most influential battles from all angles.
John Burns showed his commitment to the United States—and its union—until his final days.
The men who were the Harlem Hellfighters were brave, courageous, and true.
Innovative design ensured the two worked together seamlessly.
If You're Reading This... offers a deeply personal look into the last written words of soldiers thinking of home.
Neil Faulkner explores how a historian's insight impacted the development of the Middle East, in Lawrence of Arabia's War.
Cathay Williams was inspired to join the U.S. Army during her time pressed into service in the Civil War.
During the early Battle of Long Island, a British victory left American forces dejected.
By Orrin Grey
The US Marines’ greatest stand came in the final months of World War I.
Despite widespread adulation of Germanicus, many mysteries about the capable leader remain.
By John Tuttle
Ronald Ridgeway survived long years in a Vietnamese prisoner of war camp.
Continents continued to shift and war went on even as people around the world celebrated.
Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught has continued her work long after her retirement.
Discover the essential account of the men who raised the flags during the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Can you tell the difference between historical Japanese legend and creative fantasy fiction?
These books examine the burdens of battle, from the Revolutionary War to modern day Iraq.
Henry Flipper, born a slave, beat astonishing odds and overcame classmates' racism to become the first black graduate in 1877.