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A Hidden Massacre in Belgium

A Hidden Massacre in Belgium

By Stephen D. Lutz
In the winter of 1944-1945, within Belgium’s Ardennes Forest, better known as the launching pad of the Battle of the Bulge, two war crimes were committed. The better known one—the “Malmedy Massacre”—resulted in the deaths of at least 85 defenseless GIs who surrendered. They were herded into   More »



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Letters Home from the Battle of the Bulge

Letters Home from the Battle of the Bulge

During the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, Flint Whitlock shares a letter written by Sergeant David Warman to his family on Christmas Day in 1944.

After the Lincoln Assassination: The World-Wide Manhunt for John Surratt

After the Lincoln Assassination: The World-Wide Manhunt for John Surratt

John Surratt somehow escaped justice after the Lincoln assassination despite being intimately acquainted with John Wilkes Booth and other conspirators.

Civil War Stories: Libby Prison’s ‘Lottery of Death’

Civil War Stories: Libby Prison’s ‘Lottery of Death’

Union Captain Henry Sawyer drew the short straw in Libby Prison’s infamous ‘Lottery of Death.’

“Commando” Charles Kelly & The First European Theater Medal of Honor

“Commando” Charles Kelly & The First European Theater Medal of Honor

A hero in combat, ‘Commando’ Charles Kelly battled demons at home after winning the Medal of Honor in the European Theater.

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