Frank Winn encountered five encyclopedias of World War II in his efforts to put VE Day—May 8—in perspective. Woefully over-matched, he nevertheless marks the 70h Anniversary of the end of the war in Europe.
Today we celebrate the legacies of those who fought to keep our country free.
Only D-Day matches Pearl Harbor in the memories of three generations of Americans.
The use of an atomic weapon against Nagasaki 70 years ago still troubles.
Japan’s best military mind opposed every major action of WWII; they should have listened.
Rifles like this M1 Garand were provided to NRA for testing purposes during WWII.
From the Roaring Twenties to World War II, the “Tommy Gun” was front and center.
Our second look at war movie guns focuses on firearms from recent films.
The Warsaw Ghetto is an ugly footnote to the Holocaust that deserves to be remembered.
Few days prove better the courage and self-sacrifice of our veterans than Dec. 7, 1941.