If you dive with a hatch or the wrong valve open, you’re sunk—both literally and metaphorically
Witold Pilecki spent two and a half years trying to sabotage the infamous camp from within
The U-boat pens at Lorient, France, are a silent yet striking tribute to every man and woman brave enough to take to sea in a submarine.
A new biography illuminates Admiral William D. Leahy's role as FDR's chief of staff, adviser, and friend during World War II
An artist’s foxhole-level view of war during World War II.
"All Quiet on the Western Front" highlighted the futility of war, whereas the Nazis revered violent struggle
Joseph Heller's famous war novel is vividly recreated over the course of six episodes in a new streaming miniseries.
The Rommel biography focuses more on the general's North Africa adventures than on fresh scholarship.
War hero-turned-movie star Audie Murphy wasn't doing much acting in "To Hell and Back," the 1955 film that chronicled his combat feats.
Once the highest-elevation U.S. Army post, Colorado's Camp Hale provided ski troops with deep snow and challenging terrain.
General Raymond E. Lee voiced unwavering support—while holding private doubts.
101st Airborne Division pathfinders and their headstrong leader set foot in a dark Normandy just 15 minutes into D-Day.