The Battle of Kings Mountain during the Revolutionary War was a major defeat for the British and young Lt. Col. Patrick Ferguson. More »
General George Washington struggled to keep the Continental Army intact during the harsh winter of 1770-80 at the Morristown encampment. More »
Louis Antoine de Bougainville made a name for himself fighting in the forested wilds of North America and circumnavigating the globe. More »
Major General Braddock’s bloody battle at Fort Duquesne had more than its share of ironies and consequences. More »
Britain and France continued to extend their territorial holdings in North America during the French and Indian War. More »
During the French and Indian War, George Washington’s blunder at Fort Necessity would serve him well in the years to come. More »
Lt. Col. Harold E. Raugh, Jr. shares with us his military book reviews for the April 2005 issue of Military Heritage Magazine. More »
After arriving unopposed in Philadelphia, Lord Cornwallis looked forward to a peaceful winter. But George Washington had other ideas. More »
Lieutenant Colonel Robert Frederick and the Devil’s Brigade took Monte La Difensa, his trusty V-42 stiletto always at the ready.
In April 1944, Exercise Tiger proved to be a grisly rehearsal for the D-Day Invasion less than two months later.
At Cedar Mountain, Nathaniel Banks set out to distract Lee by capturing the rail junction at Gordonsville. But Sonewall Jackson got there first.