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How An Artist Painted Nature To Reveal the Horrors of War Paul Nash’s paintings reveal what soldiers—and the land itself—endured in two world wars.
They Assumed the Enemy in Vietnam Was Incapable of Intercepting Radio Communications. They Were Wrong. Senior U.S. commanders assumed the enemy in Vietnam couldn't understand English. Underestimations and careless radio communications cost American lives.
The Canadian Surgeon Who Became A Hero In Communist China A brush with death sent Norman Bethune on an unlikely path to fight fascism in China.
‘Remember Fort Pillow!’: Explore the Battlefield Where Black Troops Avenged Their Comrades Join historian John Banks as he takes readers to New Market Heights battlefield.
New Study Looks at a Grim Mission: Bringing WWII’s Dead Back Home More than 171,000 dead Americans were returned home after the fighting, but it's "a largely unknown chapter of the war."
This Confederate Officer Couldn’t Go To War Without His One-Gallon Whiskey Jug Shanks Evans was a rip-roaring, knock-kneed fighter—and his fondness for alcohol made him his own worst enemy.
Kharkiv Is No Stranger To Invasion—The Nazis Fought Four Battles Over It Ukraine’s second-largest city today was one of the most hotly-contested objectives on World War II’s Eastern Front.
‘The Abyss: The Cuban Missile Crisis 1962’ Review: He wanted to shock and amaze the American president The world stood at the verge of ending not with a whimper but a bang.