In my younger days, the three things in the headline above is all my dad said was for him to be happy.
Memories of "Duck and Cover" drills done in schools back in the 1950's and early 60's. Many people have vivid memories of these drills and at the time there was a cartoon film shown in schools called "Duck and Cover."
An complete guide to British, American and German World War 2 Campaign Medals Ribbons and Clasps.
He revolutionized the word "showman" as he designed both stage and music to house the most beautiful girls he could find. Comedian, Lucille Ball, was one of those girls.
Songs during World War 1 weren't just for entertainment, they were for propaganda purposes too. Troops, however, often sent their own messages back to their officers and governments via their own subversive songs.
Nancy Wake was very successful at covert operations during World War II. By 1943, she was the most wanted person by the German Gestapo. She received medals from France, Britain and the United States.
The conditions at Iwo Jima made the battle an epic of struggle against extreme odds. Ingenious defenses, demoralizing attacks, and the island itself with Mount Suribachi looming in the background gave a special horror...
France's 1940 army was a more powerful force than it is as remembered as, but also suffered from serious shortcomings.
All about one of the most famous women of world war two, American cultural icon, Rosie the Riveter who got American women into the factories and shipyards when America needed them.
What was it like for the soldiers of World War 1 living in the filthy trenches? Visit the WWI trenches and learn more about the war here.