World War II
The Black Sailor Whose Heroic Actions During a Shipwreck Made Him an Instant Celebrity of the Roaring Twenties
Lionel Licorish earned accolades for rescuing as many as 20 passengers from the wreckage of the S.S. "Vestris"
A resurrected version of Luna Luna, a fairground started by artist André Heller in 1987, opens in Los Angeles later this month
The Nazis and Soviets sought to erase the mass killing of 33,000 Jews at Babyn Yar, but a new effort seeks to remember the dead even as Russia attacks
The bold journalist, who made a splash on both sides of the lens, is the subject of a new biopic starring Kate Winslet
Newly declassified documents from the Pacific theater have been digitized and could improve climate models
Communities nationwide honor our retired service members every November
Watch the Trailer for 'Masters of the Air,' Steven Spielberg's Long-Awaited Follow-Up to 'Band of Brothers'
The upcoming miniseries follows the 100th Bombardment Group, an Air Force unit nicknamed the "Bloody Hundredth"
Truus Wijsmuller spirited Jewish refugees to safety and stood up to the architect of Adolf Hitler's "Final Solution"
The Beer Hall Putsch was a spectacular failure. It also set the stage for Nazi Germany
FBI agents and art recovery lawyers helped retrieve the piece by Austrian artist Johann Franz Nepomuk Lauterer
In the run-up to World War II, the chocolate company was tasked with creating a nutritious snack that, by design, wouldn't taste good
Historians say Japanese forces may have dropped it during a critical battle in 1942
The building is connected to Winston Churchill, Ian Fleming and other famous figures
Built as a shelter during the London Blitz, the subterranean network could open as an immersive experience
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote and illustrated much of the beloved novella while living in the city in the 1940s
Never-before-seen photos and videos shed new light on the pivotal World War II conflict
The site was the backdrop for critical moments in Native American, African American and Japanese American history
Last year, a German court acknowledged the possibility that trans people were persecuted by the Nazis
The National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, celebrates 100 years
Underwater archeologists in Malta worked with the U.S. government to identify the 22-year-old from California
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