Hearse, not horses, took former president to lie in state in the Capitol
Eccentric solo inventor J. Walter Christie designed vehicles like no others. But his oddball designs influenced some of the 20th century’s best tanks.
In 1943 General Alphonse Juin and his Corps Expéditionnaire Français showed the Allies how to win a fight in the mountains
Before his epic betrayal, Arnold proved himself an imaginative and tenacious field commander
Needing to build a modern army, the Nationalist Chinese government sought the advice of veteran German officers in the late 1920s and '30s
The legendary defeat of a British army in 1745 was the high point for the doomed Bonnie Prince Charlie, his Jacobite Rebellion, and the Highland way of life
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