The Boston Massacre: A Family History by Serena Zabin
With the nation’s future at stake, Army of the Potomac soldiers once loyal to George McClellan propelled Lincoln to a second term
How an ‘ill-armed peasantry’ beat the daylights out of Clinton, Cornwallis, and a raft of professional soldiers
Didn’t you know that according to the famed male model Derek Zoolander “there’s a lot more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking”? Try telling that to the Department of Defense in …
A peacetime Hollywood cosmetics expert became an OSS master of disguise, helping wartime agents hide in plain sight.
In September 1868, a dispute over a column published in an Opelousas, Louisiana partisan newspaper provoked one of the bloodiest incidents of racial violence in the Reconstruction era. The attackers’ goal: to reverse dramatic political gains made by Bl…
It was a fight of unspeakable horror—one Captain Ben L. Salomon seemed to have trained for his whole life.