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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 »

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Taking Guam from Japan in 1944

Taking Guam from Japan in 1944

Guam had been U.S. Territory for nearly half a century when it was overrun by the Japanese in 1941. It took considerable effort to take it back.

Rudolf Hess’s Secret Scotland Visit in May 1941

Rudolf Hess’s Secret Scotland Visit in May 1941

Even today, the mysterious flight Nazi official Rudolf Hess to Scotland on May 10, 1941, remains shrouded in secrecy.

Low Level, No Guns

Low Level, No Guns

The great B-29 Tokyo Firebomb Mission of March 1945 killed more than 100,000 Japanese but may have won the war in the Pacific.

Howard W. Gilmore and the USS Growler: Making the Ultimate Sacrifice

Howard W. Gilmore and the USS Growler: Making the Ultimate Sacrifice

The U.S. Navy called the incident involving Howard W. Gilmore and the USS Growler ‘the most famous act of self-sacrifice known to the U.S. submarine service.’

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