Sergeant Mort Shuffle took a sniper’s bullet in the chest outside the French fortress city of Brest during the Brittany Campaign. More »
The little known battle for a La Fiére has been called “probably the bloodiest small unit struggle in the experience of American arms.” More »
General George S. Patton suffered his only military defeat during the fighting at Fort Driant in the fall of 1944. More »
The Battle for the French port city of Cherbourg and the Contentin peninsula was a lengthy affair. More »
General Hobart’s Funnies were specially designed armored vehicles that contributed to the Allied victory in Europe. More »
Ed Mauser, who fought as a member of the celebrated band of brothers, hadn’t talked about his odyssey until now. More »
One of the worst infantry divisions in the U.S. Army turned itself around during the drive across france. More »
Sergeant John Parks of the 4th Armored Division personified the hardships endured by the fighting men in World War II. More »
Elements of America’s 93rd Infantry Division (Colored) fought discrimination at home and captured the highest ranking Japanese officer in the Pacific.
Geronimo was a ruthless Apache warrior whose methods bedeviled the U.S. cavalry and frustrated many of his people.
Audacious panzer ace Michael Wittmann and a force of heavy Tiger tanks destroyed a British armored column at this once peaceful Norman village.