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Bloodbath at the Chosin

A U.S. combat team fought against overwhelming odds in late November 1950 at the Chosin Reservoir. It bought precious time for other units.   More »

Bloodbath at the Chosin

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Russian Antitank Rifles

The Soviet Union’s two primary antitank rifles saw wide use in World War II despite the limitations of their small calibers.   More »

Russian Antitank Rifles

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Bloody Brawl on Guadalcanal

The Japanese believed they could retake Henderson Field on Guadalcanal from the U.S. Marines in August 1942. Events would prove otherwise.   More »

Bloody Brawl on Guadalcanal

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When the Last Banner Falls

Sultan Khalil’s Muslims besieged King Henry II of Jerusalem’s Crusaders at Acre in 1291. The Muslims proved unstoppable.   More »

When the Last Banner Falls

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Paratrooper Brawl at Carentan

The objective for the 101st airborne division after D Day was the capture of a German-held town. The gutsy paratroopers proved equipped for the task.   More »

Paratrooper Brawl at Carentan

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Disaster at Nicopolis

A Crusader army marched into Bulgaria in September 1396 to rid Europe of the Ottomans. The Crusaders had little idea of what lay in store for them.   More »

Disaster at Nicopolis


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The 93rd Infantry Division: The Only African-American Division in the Pacific Theater

The 93rd Infantry Division: The Only African-American Division in the Pacific Theater

Elements of America’s 93rd Infantry Division (Colored) fought discrimination at home and captured the highest ranking Japanese officer in the Pacific.

Adolf Hitler Sends Jochen Peiper to the Bulge

Adolf Hitler Sends Jochen Peiper to the Bulge

The offensive Adolf Hitler sent Jochen Peiper into was his last desperate gamble in the West. But how did it influence the fighting at the Battle of the Bulge?

The Port Chicago Disaster: The Largest Mutiny Trial in U.S. History

The Port Chicago Disaster: The Largest Mutiny Trial in U.S. History

When a massive explosion shook Port Chicago, a key naval depot near San Francisco, the shockwaves set off the largest mutiny trial in U.S. history.

Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee and the Battle of the Wilderness

Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee and the Battle of the Wilderness

During the Battle of the Wilderness, Ulysses S. Grant’s Army of the Potomac clashed hard with Robert E. Lee and his Army of Northern Virginia.

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