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The Battle of Surigao Strait: The Last Battleship Duel Japan’s Shoji Nishimura rushed on, impatient to find either glory or death in Surigao Strait. He found both.
What Historians Get Wrong About Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery Many historians call him "unbearable." But there is much more to Monty's legacy than meets the eye.
Tickets Auctioned From the Night of Lincoln’s Murder at Ford’s Theatre These tickets originally sold for under a dollar. Today, they are worth over $260,000.
Historian James Holland Examines the Overlooked Soldiers and Campaigns of WWII Going beyond Dunkirk and D-Day.
New Army Museum Exhibit Tells the Story of Hero Working Dogs The National Museum of the United States Army shares details of how their exhibit is honoring the heroism of working dogs.