Month: February 2017

  • Books
  • WWII

WWII Diary of a Boy Soldier: A Story of Youth and Resistance

The Color of Courage is the compelling first-hand account of Julian Kulski, whose resistance against…

  • WWII

Rudolf von Ribbentrop at Prokhorovka & The Battle of Kursk

How Rudolf von Ribbentrop, the son of the German foreign minister, survived a day of…

  • Military History
  • Military Museums

The Imperial War Museum

London’s Imperial War Museum is a “must-see” on any visit to England.

  • WWII

Coming of Age at Tarawa

A young Marine remembers his introduction to combat.

  • WWII

Patton’s Bloody Battle at Fortress Metz

In the autumn of 1944, Third Army’s eastward dash ran into well-entrenched Germans and miserable…

  • WWII

Dementi Shmarinov: Tracings of Barbarossa

A Russian artist showed the world his perspective of Germany’s brutal invasion of the Soviet…

  • WWII

Women of the Air Force

The world’s first female military pilots—American and Soviet—helped win the war.

  • Military History
  • Military Museums

1st Infantry Division Museum

The 1st Infantry Division Museum puts visitors into the heart of the action.

  • WWII

From 747 to B-17: An Interview With Airline Pilot Robert Trammell

Commercial pilot Robert Trammell recalls his experience flying a veteran B-17 Flying Fortress for the…

  • WWII

Joe Foss and Charles Lindbergh

Charles Lindberghe and Joe Foss, two aviators of very different stripes, found themselves flying side…