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.
Citizen Reporters: S.S. McClure, Ida Tarbell, and the Magazine that Rewrote America, by Stephanie Gorton
Find out what drove Eastern Roman Emperor Flavius Valens to defeat and how the Goth became the “arbiter of war,” heralding the rise of medieval knights.