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Clubmobile Gal

Clubmobile Gal

By Maureen Holtz
During World War II, American women flocked to be a part of the war effort. They served as factory workers, government agency clerks, WAVES or WAACS, and artists copying propaganda posters. Many young women found that the American Red Cross offered non-nurses a unique opportunity. Jill Pitts Knappenberger   More »

The Death of Prince William of Orange

The Death of Prince William of Orange

By William E. Welch
On Sunday, March 18, 1582, 37-year-old Dutch Stadholder Prince William of Orange attended a festive luncheon in his palace in Antwerp to celebrate the birthday of major ally French Duke Francis of Anjou, who had arrived in the Low Countries the previous month to support the Dutch   More »

The Battle of White Mountain, 1620

The Battle of White Mountain, 1620

By William E. Welsh
In the valley south of the hill known in Czech as Bitna Hora, a vast host assembled by the Austrian Hapsburgs advanced toward the ranks of the Protestant rebels blocking the path to Prague, the capital of Bohemia. A sea of red, green, yellow, and gold banners   More »

Britain’s Broomstick Army

Britain’s Broomstick Army

By Michael Hull
As powerful, fast-moving German panzer and infantry columnsrampaged across Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg, and into northern France early in May 1940, the British held their breath and watched apprehensively from across the narrow English Channel.
The lightning “blitzkrieg” advance split the retreating French and British armies, and the outlook was   More »

Quatre Bras: First Blood at Waterloo

Quatre Bras: First Blood at Waterloo

By Don Hollway
In he face of disaster, few military commanders in history maintained the British stiff upper lip as well as Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. In mid-June 1815 he attended a ball given by Charlotte Lennox, Duchess of Richmond, in her Brussels home. Her guest list included all   More »

Ambush at Morgarten

Ambush at Morgarten

By Victor Kamenir
The logs and boulders came tumbling downhill, gaining speed before theyreachedthe bottom of the hillsides in the mountain pass. They knocked down horses and men and even sent some of them tumbling into the lake. Swiss foot soldiers armed with halberds, swords, and flails charged downhill into the   More »



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WWII Battles: The Battle of Los Angeles

WWII Battles: The Battle of Los Angeles

World War II’s Battle of Los Angeles further frayed already raw American nerves.

How Arminius Deceived the Holy Roman Empire

How Arminius Deceived the Holy Roman Empire

It was because of the cunning Arminius of the Cheruscan tribe that Publius Quinctilius Varus met his terrible fate.

Charlie Bond’s Air Duels

Charlie Bond’s Air Duels

American Volunteer Group (AVG) pilot Charlie Bond fought the Japanese in the skies above China.

The Four Days’ Battle: A Dutch Triumph

The Four Days’ Battle: A Dutch Triumph

Admiral Michiel de Ruyter’s Dutch fleet overpowered Admiral General George Monck’s English fleet in a protracted naval clash in June 1666.

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