The Battle of Kasserine Pass "was probably the worst performance of U.S. Army troops in their whole proud history," Gen. Omar Bradley said.
Darwin is still strategically important, but 80 years after World War II, the port city is facing threats from a new source.
Ukrainians living in England tell Insider of their concerns as the military threats from Russia grow.
Filming is underway for "Masters of the Air," a follow-up to WWII miniseries "Band of Brothers" and "The Pacific."
In November 1944, USS Sealion became the only allied sub to sink an enemy battleship during the war, and its crew caught it all on tape.
For two years, HMS Ark Royal defied German attempts to sink it. In November 1941, its luck finally ran out.
"Imagine that! Seventy-six years!" Angelina Gonsalves, widow to Army sergeant John Gonsalves, told Boston 25 News.
Lawrence Brooks, the oldest US veteran of World War II, died Wednesday at his home in New Orleans at the age of 112.
"We are saddened by the passing of Betty White," the Army tweeted in statement shortly after her death. "A true legend on and off the screen."
On December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. On December 8, the Army began surveying soldiers at Fort Bragg. Here's what they said.
The Munich Fire Department said it was assisting "a large number of people" at a construction site near the Donnersbergerbrücke S-Bahn station.
Bismarck and Tirpitz were Nazi Germany's most imposing warships, and the Allies hunted them across the North Atlantic.
When challenged on race-related issues during World War II, the US War Department took the position that it did not see skin color.
The US officially declared war on the Nazis on December 11, 1941, but the US Navy had already been fighting them in the Atlantic for months.
Prosecutors allege that Josef S. contributed to more than 3,000 people's deaths at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp between 1942 and 1945.
Primetta Giacopini had also survived World War I amid urgent warnings from the police that she'd end up in a concentration camp if she didn't flee.
In September 1943, the Germans used some of the world's first precision guided munitions - a weapon militaries still rely on today.
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