“He was our benefactor and inspiration,” Eubie Blake, the jazz great, once said of James Reese Europe, who wielded a baton, not a rifle, for much of World War I
Józef Haller dreamed of an army that would help bring about the return of an independent Poland
A dramatic scene in 1917, the film directed by Sam Mendes, set the author on the trail of his grandfather in World War I
A strange instrument became the namesake for a devastating weapon
The exhibit is set to open on August 27
While Donovan’s WWII exploits are fairly well-known, AUSA’s latest graphic novel highlights his time in the trenches of World War I
'I owe you great gratitude…for I wear and will always…wear the marvelous device that you created'
Military aviation history is replete with designs in which looks—and often aeronautics—took a back seat to utility
I scream, you scream...
When the United States entered World War I in 1917, Ernest Peixotto was eager to lend his hand to the effort
Leave it to the nation’s oldest ally, the French, to throw a party
On June 28, 1914, Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian Serb nationalist, used an M1910 to shoot Archduke Franz Ferdinand
A few months after the United States entered World War I, another war broke out in Houston
The National WWI Museum and Memorial is offering to break up the drudgery of quarantine by hosting virtual battlefield tours across France.