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Ahead of Christopher Nolan’s epic film, a look at how Britain reversed a Nazi victory.
Hired hands would have to 'absorb' dead people's sins
President's son uses cane to storm Utah Beach on D-Day; awarded Medal of Honor.
Researchers at Keane University uncover three cases of Madeira from 1796
Video of the area prior to 1945 shows calm daily routine before wartime.
The conflict occurred between 1798 and 1800, and involved George Washington.
Bone-sniffing dogs have unearthed more questions about the fate of pioneering aviator.
New find reveals surprising facts about Aztec civilization's penchant for human sacrifice.
Previous national personification proved surly, unsophisticated and proud of it.
It took two hundred years, but frankfurters have become essential to Independence Day.
Ohio teenager Robert Heft designed America's current flag.
Prehistoric human skulls found at site thought to be on display for religious purposes.
Famed photojournalist Matthew Brady took iconic portraits of the future president.
Workers use historically appropriate techniques to repair dangerous stretch north of Beijing.
Facial reconstruction heralds historical and archeological breakthrough.
National Geographic's Archaeologist-in-Residence and a team of remarkable dogs may be about to solve...
Warren anonymously published patriotic plays, poems in the years before war for independence
Army Special Forces, or Green Berets, are a unique breed of intelligent warriors.
Why President Nixon ended up singing the June holiday into law in 1972.
Terrorist group is plundering historical sites—but there is long history of such theft.