As the Second World War drew to an end the previously neutral nation of Argentina decided to declare war on the Axis in 1945.
Can an old wooden bucket kill 2,000 people?
In drunken confusion one badly timed musket shot led to the death of 10,000 soldiers.
How an Austro-Hungarian baron became one of the fiercest warlords of the Mongolian steppe.
“I was able to see my bones through my closed eyelids”
A new book recently published by Rosemary Sullivan shows prof of who actually sold out Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis
Fighting a war that ended 3 decades beforehand
The Brave Boy From the Nagasaki Aftermath
The suffering and mutations inflicted on the Japanese population is a subjects not many have touched upon
Noor Inayat Khan
The story of one of the biggest diplomatic blunders of the early 20th century.
However quite imperative and impactful
No one can fight against the might of the Royal Navy.
An account of all of the times Switzerland engaged in combat with either the Axis or Allies.
How American propaganda capitalized off a murky murder to win a war and villainize a group of people
A tale that proves the French were not as defenseless as we thought.
We all want a better world but we won’t fight for it
Beyond the Iron Curtain stood one nation adamantly against US involvement in Vietnam, so much so that they helped the ‘enemy.’