The fateful Battle of Stamford bridge between King Harold Godwinson of England and King Harald Hardrada of Norway, which precipited the Battle of Hastings in 1066. One solitary viking warrior stood on a bridge and...
An Imaginary Interview of Gen. George Washington, the supreme commander of the Continental Army shortly after the Treaty of Paris in 1783 by Michael M. Nakade (When the Second Continental Congress was convened in...
Simo Hayha was the deadliest sniper ever. Called "White Death" by Russians, he killed 542 Soviets in about 100 days in the Winter War between Finland and Soviet Union just after the beginning of WWII.
Native Americans in their 90s finally received their WWII medals just weeks after a US Senator likened his 21-hour speech chore to the Death March of Bataan.
Thousands of Dogs 'serve' 'their country' faithfully, but are we faithful to them? The faith of the Dogs of War in Vietnam was one of the most disgraceful things I ever heard!
Many, many generations have passed since the birth of brothers Jean and Michel Ney. That these two men were born in Saarlouis, France is a fact, that they were respectfully born in 1767 and 1769 is also fact, that their...
Erwin Rommel, nicknamed "the Desert Fox", was a popular military leader of Hitler's Germany. He was respected and appreciated for his outstanding victories in the World Wars even by the Allies.
Learn who's who in this real life Female Spy article. A famous woman chef who worked for the CIA, Girl Scouts who spied for the UK, and more! And it is all true! Learn some SPY LINGO along the way!
Top 10 Greatest Military Commanders who led their nations to greatness.
Questions remain concerning an incident in which 22 Marines were killed. Was it worth the risk?