Month: August 2014

Game Features: Tom Clancy’s The Division by Ubisoft

'The Division,' The next Clancy game scheduled to be released in 2015, pits you in…

Operation Husky: The Allied Invasion of Sicily

Operation Husky was the start of the Italian Campaign. In the early stages, the Allied…

Normandy’s Little Victims

In the October 2014 issue of WWII History Magazine, you'll see rare photographs of French…

Attila the Hun & The Battle of the Catalaunian Plains

Had Attila the Hun prevailed at the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, both Eastern and…

William B. Hazen: The “Best-Hated Man” of the American Civil War

Noted author and cynic Ambrose Bierce once described his former Civil War commander, Brig. Gen.…

Life in the Navy: From the First Spanish Armada to Pearl Harbor

From the First Spanish Armada to Pearl Harbor, conditions aboard the world's leading navies have…

Alexander the Great: An Unstoppable God of War

A vast Persian host stood aside Alexander the Great's supply line. Anything short of complete…

The Mexican-American War: A Formidable But Controversial Engagement

The Mexican-American War eventually forced Mexico to cede the territories of Alta California and New…

Game Features: EA’s ‘Battlefield Hardline’ and Police Militarization

EA's new 'Battlefield' glorifies police use of military force: but is this portrayal authentic or…

American Civil War Cavalry: Taking the Stage in the West

In the American Civil War, Cavalry in the West took the stage. Of all the…