An improbable route took William F. Friedman from the study of plant genetics to a reputation as father of U.S. cryptology—one that made a huge impact on the war.
Einstein, Oppenheimer, and the wild first movie about the A-Bomb
The 1325 War of the Bucket traces its origins to 1075, when a power struggle between the papacy and the Holy Roman empire degenerated into warfare.
In his remarkable address, the president argued that the Civil War was God's judgment on America for the evil of slavery and that every means, no matter how how horrific, must be used to root it out
Fighting didn’t stop when victorious Allies occupied Berlin; instead, it transitioned to politics.
General Frederick Kroesen shared his reflections on the Vietnam War in his 2007 memoir, "General Thoughts: Seventy-Five Years with the Army."
As Coronavirus-induced shutdowns swept the nation and exposed cracks in many parts of our society, they also exposed another pressing desire—haircuts.