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Women of the Blue and Grey

Women of the Blue and Grey

A new book by Marianne Monson

During the Victorian era, when photography exposures were painfully long, it was common practice to take photographs of children by placing them on the laps of their mothers, who were completely obscured by a veil. The intent, of course, was to keep a squirmy child   More »

Book Reviews, November 2018

Book Reviews, November 2018

By Christopher Miskimon
Special Forces Sergeant Nick Brokhausen awoke to the taste of dirt in his mouth and the crump of exploding mortar bombs. Above him there were voices but he could not tell who they were. Hands pulled him from the ground where he had been lying face down. Nick   More »

Little Friends: Air Force Fighter Tactics

Little Friends: Air Force Fighter Tactics

By Sam McGowan
 Undoubtedly, the World War II aircraft type that attracts the most attention is the fighter plane. Yet, before the war, the U.S. Army Air Corps paid little attention to fighter development and tactics because its senior officers, with certain exceptions, would later lead the Army Air Forces with   More »

Military Heritage

Military Heritage

There are moments in military history that forever alter the flow of human events. Times when the very landscape appears to shift. When the shape of the familiar is swept away on the tide of the new. In the annals of military history magazines, this is one of those moments.   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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