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Fort Sumter

Located in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, Fort Sumter is famous as the target of the first shots of the Civil War, fired on April 12, 1861, by Confederates artillery that ringed the harbor. After 34 hours of intermittent bombardment, the Union garrison of the fort, under the command of Major Robert Anderson, surrendered.

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Protecting & Repatriating American Remains at the Battle of Saipan

Protecting & Repatriating American Remains at the Battle of Saipan

A Russian real estate developer plans to construct a condominium development in close proximity to the Battle of Saipan in 1944.

‘Goosebumps’: Flint Whitlock Visits the D-Day Invasion Landings

‘Goosebumps’: Flint Whitlock Visits the D-Day Invasion Landings

WWII Quarterly Magazine Editor Flint Whitlock recalls his experiences visiting the beaches on the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day invasion.

The CSS Alabama‘s place in Naval History

The CSS Alabama‘s place in Naval History

An important story in naval history, the battle over CSS Alabama and her seagoing depredations lasted well after she had gone to her watery grave in 1864.

Daring POW Escapes: Allied Officers at Austria’s Oflag XVIIA

Daring POW Escapes: Allied Officers at Austria’s Oflag XVIIA

The Allied officers interned at Oflag XVIIA planned and orchestrated one of the more daring POW escapes of World War II.

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