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Braxton Bragg at Chickamauga

Braxton Bragg at Chickamauga

Six days after the bloody Battle of Chickamauga, Lt. Gen. James Longstreet wrote to Confederate Secretary of War James Seddon, saying, “I am convinced that nothing but the hand of God can save us or help us as long as we have our present commander.” Longstreet was referring to Braxton   More »

Pearl Harbor’s Dogfights

Pearl Harbor’s Dogfights

The story of the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor is of course much broader than just the events surrounding the strike against the U.S. Pacific Fleet. And since the attack over 70 years ago, there has not been a shortage of books and articles detailing the events of this   More »

101st Airborne & Operation Market-Garden

101st Airborne & Operation Market-Garden

Designed by Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, the objective of Operation Market-Garden was to cross the Lower Rhine at Arnhem and sweep into the Ruhr, the industrial heart of Germany. There was talk at the time that a successful mission could get everyone home by Christmas 1944. The key to its   More »

Britain’s Final Battle for Burma

Britain’s Final Battle for Burma

By the beginning of February 1945, the British 14th Army was on the banks of the Irrawaddy River and poised to strike into central Burma. The officers and the men were both tired and triumphant: the year before, they had fought an epic battle against the Japanese at Imphal, stopping   More »

Nixon’s Bizarre Last Year

Nixon’s Bizarre Last Year

In late 1973, the politically isolated president Richard Nixon reportedly asked the Joint Chiefs whether military support was available to keep him in power.   More »

Fieldworks: An Essential Tool in the American Civil War

Fieldworks: An Essential Tool in the American Civil War

When no one was actively shooting at them, Civil War soldiers despised the hard physical labor required to construct fieldworks. As one officer of the 2nd Michigan Infantry recalled, “Soldiers would rather march all day than shovel for an hour.” Another Union soldier, Sergeant George Tipping of the 155th New   More »



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How Jean Rapp Saved Napoleon Bonaparte’s Life… Three Times

How Jean Rapp Saved Napoleon Bonaparte’s Life… Three Times

French General Count Jean Rapp saved Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte’s life three times under widely varying circumstances.

The Life of a Military Historian: Walking Through the D-Day Invasion

The Life of a Military Historian: Walking Through the D-Day Invasion

Flint Whitlock shares with us his experiences leading European tours during the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.

Military Weapons: NATO’s FN-FAL Rifle

Military Weapons: NATO’s FN-FAL Rifle

One of the most-used military weapons in history, the FN-FAL rifle was the most successful of the NATO military rifles and was used across the globe.

Remembering Edward Saylor & the Doolittle Raiders

Remembering Edward Saylor & the Doolittle Raiders

Edward Saylor, one of four surviving Doolittle Raiders, passed away this January. In this article we look back on their legacy.

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