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How Hot Soup Almost Stopped A War
May 03, 2022
There are no records that detail how the soup was made or where it came from, but the story of the milk soup, known as “Kappel Milchsuppe” has become an integral story in Swiss history.
A Brief History of Remote Weapons: From Mines to Robot Dogs
May 03, 2022
The Industrial Age ushered in weapons that didn’t require their wielders to be anywhere near the field of combat.
The U.S. Tried to Invade Montréal in the War of 1812. They Failed — and Saved Canada.
May 03, 2022
A year into the War of 1812, the United States hatched a plan to invade Canada and take the city of Montreal.
‘Swedish K’ Submachine Gun
May 02, 2022
Commonly known as the “Swedish K,” the Karl Gustav m/45 was popular with SOG and other U.S. special operations units for its compactness and reliability
The Neptune Anti-Ship Missile: The Weapon That May Have Sunk the Russian Flagship Moskva
May 02, 2022
The sinking of the Moskva is the arguably Russia's lowest point in its invasion of Ukraine — so far. Here's the weapon that may have killed it.
Did Vietnamese Beer Contain Formaldehyde During the War?
May 02, 2022
A rumor abounded among U.S. service members that Vietnamese beers contained formaldehyde. Was there any truth in this?
This Union Soldier’s Death Shocked the North and Made Lincoln Cry
May 02, 2022
The impact of Elmer Ellsworth’s untimely death in May 1861 had yet to be seen in our nation’s history, a harbinger of four years of horror ahead.