A new analysis of Adolf Hitler's teeth and bones puts to rest questions of how he died.
The new material reveals a different side of the murdered teenage author.
Historically, crocodile attacks are 100 times deadlier than shark attacks—and far more frequent—ranging from harrowing individual confrontations to a mass attack on World War II soldiers.
The D-Day military invasion that helped to end World War II was one the most ambitious and consequential military campaigns in human history.
The Treblinka uprising put a stop to the Holocaust’s second deadliest camp.
The War Department commissioned the creme de la creme of Hollywood, including Dr. Seuss and Mel Blanc, to create the 'Private Snafu' film franchise.
The artificial fog used by Nazis to hide battleships had major effects on the environment.
The Ringelblum Archive was saved just one day before the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
These African-American heroes battled the Nazis but were still second class citizens in their home country. Their story will be told in the movie ‘The Liberators.’
Captain Lawrence E. Dickson could be the first missing Tuskegee pilot identified since the end of World War II.