George S. Patton’s Lost Battle
Joseph Stalin’s warning to Harry Truman months After WW2
Amateur leaders, not evil men, brought ruin to the world.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month — 100 years ago
Going down with the ship: The principled sacrifice of Rear-Admiral William Landymore, a member of the finest generation.
82nd Airborne’s Stunning 1-Day KIA at Normandy
Is enough taught as 100th anniversary of First World War’s end nears
Some piercing insights into the inestimable Winston Churchill.
Desert Rats return to El Alamein: British WWII heroes recall ‘hell on earth’ as they revisit Egyptian battlefield where they inflicted the Nazis’ first defeat of the war after crushing Rommel’s Afrika Korps.
Thinking of Those Who Were Truly Great
The Biggest Tank Battle Ever (And It’s Been Completely Forgotten)
‘Old Blood and Guts’ Patton Learned to Command During the Great War.
Seventy Years Later, Iwo Jima Still Makes the Mind Reel.
What the world owes Winston Churchill.
How hundred above-ground Nevada A-bomb tests during the 1950s exposed MILLIONS to ‘tremendous’ amounts of radiation and may have killed up to 695,000.
The house that Edek built – and the secret suitcase kept inside.
Pearl Harbor survivors to remember those killed.
I’m giving $1 million to help wounded American veterans, to express my thanks.
Chinese-Canadian veterans fought in secret WWII unit and helped change laws.
The Battle of Britain, says Canadian historian Hugh Halliday, “represented the first commitment of the Royal Canadian Air Force to combat in [the Second World War], although the Canadian role was small compared to future operations”. The summer of 1940 was a dark time for the Allied Forces during the Second World War. A large […]