Assault on the Citadel: Patton’s troops crush a large enemy force at Saint-Malo
Adolf Hitler saw Saint-Malo as a linchpin of the Atlantic Wall. The Allies reduced it to rubble
World War II
The Military Genius Behind D-Day’s Do-It-All Tanks
Superiors branded him “difficult.” Yet Percy Hobart was just the kind of genius the Allies desperately needed.
DC Comics Author Pays Homage to His Uncle, a D-Day Hero
Bestselling author Robert Vinditti latest comic creation tells the story of American paratroopers badly misdropped on D-Day who fought in the June 10-12, 1944
‘This Is What Hell Is Like’: 74 Years Ago, My Grandfather-in-Law Liberated the Dachau Concentration Camp
It was April 29, 1945, a cold, damp day when a 19-year-old private and his fellow soldiers got orders to liberate a Nazi concentration camp called Dachau.
World War I
How Great Britain’s Secret Disinformation Campaign Paid Off In World War I
In 1914, days after it declared war on Germany, Great Britain set up a secret propaganda bureau to help defeat the enemy
Conversation with Dick Cole, the Last of the Doolittle Raiders
A conversation with Dick Cole who copiloted the lead B-25 with Doolittle in the famous 1942 raid...