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Here Are the Top 10 Bloodless Wars in Human History Some human conflicts were settled without getting around to the violence part.
Half Truck, Half Tank, the German Sd.Kfz 251 Was Wholly Successful This half-track served a variety of functions in a mechanized war.
This Poet Bandit Used Shotguns to Rob Stages, But Never Fired a Shot. Where Are His Guns Now? California Highwayman Black Bart brandished—though never fired—double-barreled shotguns.
A Confederate Artist’s Intimate Look at the Southern War Effort William Ludwell Sheppard gave countless Southern readers a view of the Civil War.
Iraq War Veterans Refuse To Be Defined By A War They Didn’t Lose The war meant many things for the thousands who served, but for many veterans the war started out as one thing and has since evolved into something much different in their minds.
These WWII British Bombs Were So Powerful They Were Named ‘Earthquake’ They were intended to take out U-boat pens, V-2 launch sites, dams and other tough targets
Why is the Uzi Submachine Gun So Beloved By Special Forces? The Uzi cut its teeth in the IDF’s wars of the 1950s and 60s, where it proved ideal for urban and close-quarters combat.
How A Rivalry Propelled This Irish Special Forces Trooper to the Top Robert Blair “Paddy” Mayne outshone his boss as he transformed from a desert raider into an accomplished military leader in World War II.