German-born Guy Stern, 98, a "Ritchie Boy" and Bronze Star recipient, parlayed his language skills into a wartime job interrogating the enemy
August 18 marks the 75th anniversary of the death of the last American service member killed in combat in World War II.
Many may be aware of the Double V campaign, but few know of the 26-year-old who ignited the campaign.
Adolf Hitler had an ulterior motive for ramping up the Third Reich’s investment in the German automotive industry and its racing teams.
Colonel Charles T. Lanham and Ernest Hemingway each had something the other wanted. Their interests merged in 1944 on Europe's battlefields.
On Hitler’s 50th, adoring Germans hailed their leader for making their country a great power again and for stopping short of the all-out war they so feared—or so they thought.
Andrew Nagorski focuses on the fateful year Adolf Hitler all but ensured the destruction of the Third Reich
Journalist and novelist railed against injustice, covered combat—and gave Ernest Hemingway the boot
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