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10 Best War Podcasts for Every Military History Buff

These engaging listens will transport you to the front lines.

By Shannon Raphael

Léo Major: The "One-Eyed Ghost" Who Single-Handedly Liberated a Dutch Town

Major went above and beyond the call of duty in World War II and the Korean War.

By Robert Walsh

10 Dramatic Battles in American History

From the Battle of Gettysburg to the Second Battle of Fallujah, these conflicts will never be forgotten. 

By Shannon Corbeil, We Are the Mighty

Beyond the Podcast: 10 Great Courses for Every History Buff

Explore the world’s greatest history lessons from your smartphone.

By Catherine Phelan

Dying on Armistice Day: Private Joseph Sommers's Final Words

Private Sommers may have been the final American killed on Armistice Day.

By Ken Cruickshank

That Time Los Angeles Fought off an Imaginary Japanese Bombing Raid

They called it the "Battle of L.A." There was just one problem—the City of Angels wasn't under attack. 

By Logan Nye, We Are the Mighty

The Long, Strange History of the Maunsell Sea Forts

The eerie and abandoned World War II relics remain standing to this day.

By Robert Walsh

[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Must-Read Military History Book Bundle

Enter to win a set of books that are mandatory reading for World War II scholars and military history enthusiasts.

By The Archive Staff

Pierre Le Gloan: The Ace WWII Fighter Who Fought for Both Sides 

The extraordinary flier's strange tale fascinates, decades later.

By Robert Walsh

11 Eeriest Unsolved Mysteries of World War II

Ghost trains, unexplained aerial phenomena, and disappeared men still haunt World War II scholars.

By Orrin Grey

The Dead Man Who Duped Hitler: The Beyond Bizarre Tale of WWII’s Strangest Operation

Operation Mincemeat involved a corpse, a fake fiancée, and the successful invasion of Sicily.

By Robert Walsh

The Strangest Battle of WWII: The Fight for Castle Itter

On May 5, 1945, Allied and German troops fought side-by-side against the SS.

By Robert Walsh

The 18 Greatest War and Battle Paintings of All Time

Powerful portraits by masters, both old and new.

By Sara Barry

The Vietnam War Docu-Series Premieres on PBS This Weekend

Master documentarian Ken Burns takes on a story that is still struggling to be told.

By Catherine Phelan

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