After facing racism in America, Bullard made a home in France, where he became the first African American military pilot during World War I.
Chiune Sugihara is believed to have saved five times as many lives as his more famous counterpart, Oskar Schindler.
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Neil Faulkner explores how a historian's insight impacted the development of the Middle East, in Lawrence of Arabia's War.
We sat down for a special Father's Day-themed interview with the author of 40 Thieves on Saipan.
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A seminal cartoon presaged the American entrance into the Pacific Theater.
The US Marines’ greatest stand came in the final months of World War I.
These infrequently shared photos re-contextualize the global conflict.
Turn to these wise words to guide you through hard times.
Continents continued to shift and war went on even as people around the world celebrated.
We sat down for an interview with the author of The History of the Third Reich in 100 Objects.
Meet the many men who proved the Nazis wrong and learn about the fascinating ways in which they pulled off the impossible.
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In January of 1943, Warsaw Ghetto inmates began defying their German enemies—and sparked a widespread hunger for resistance.
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Remember the sacrifices service members made—both during and after World War I.
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