Arms & Weapons History
In addition to seeing improvements on older weaponry, warriors and soldiers experienced the creation and the use of many new technologies including explosives, revolvers, and automatic machine guns.
Most all of us know what happened on Dec 7th 1941. Little known or discussed, is what happened to the sunk & destroyed battleships, after Pearl Harbor.
The Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifle is a flintlock firearm that not only exemplifies the cultural diversity of the United States of America, but helped progress it into the country it is today.
The seizure of Crimea peninsula in Ukraine by Russia was not a surprise. It was expected already years ago. The majority of the Crimeans feel themselves Russians. What creates this deep bond?
Three examples of the military creativity of the (not so) ancient hindu peoples and their love for exquisite weaponry.
As a Navy Veteran and student of naval/military history, nothing irritates more than news personalities wrongly describing warship types, or using the word 'battleship' in place of 'warship'.
In the 1950s a group of scientists working on robotics research accidentally discovered the principle behind a deadly new weapon that utilized infrasound – sound at such a low frequency that it cannot be heard by...
A brief summary of the most widely-used weaponry by the Scandinavian warriors, traders, and explorers known as the Vikings
An in depth look at the top five deadliest and most spectacular weapons of war. Mankind's imagination never falls short in creating terror. Hope you enjoy.
The Ansaldo Ballila began the tradition of thoroughbred Italian fighter aircraft. This nimble plane was among the fastest of its day.
Not finding what you're looking for? Browse other articles about Military History.