When the USS Indianapolis sank in shark-infested waters, the navy unjustly held its captain responsible. It took more than 50 years to clear his name
Dorie Miller is best known as a black navy cook at Pearl Harbor who saves his captain during the Japanese attack, but a new book reveals his full story
The U.S. Holocaust Museum's “Americans and the Holocaust” uncovers the unpleasant truth of America's early knowledge of the Nazis' execution of the Jews.
The reason to train an army is to beat an enemy in battle—but if you're a Japanese soldier, it might have seemed your army's real purpose was to beat you