The “Divine Wind” began in October 1944 as the Japanese defended against MacArthur’s assault on the Philippines. The Americans who witnessed these first attacks were horrified and shaken, but it was only the beginning.
When the first African-Americans to crew a U.S. warship sailed into the war-tossed North Atlantic, they couldn't have known it would take fifty years to gain honor in their own country
Although a draw, the fight between the Monitor and Virginia decisively ushered in the modern era
After a century and a half, the warship that changed the world is back
A TALE OF PERIL, COURAGE, and gross ingratitude on the old China station
Eighth in a series of paintings for AMERICAN HERITAGE
A lonely, gallant battle fought by the designer of our flag set the stage for Andrew Jackson's victory at New Orleans.
Long after the Civil War was over, the Shenandoah’s die-hard skipper was still sinking Yankee ships
Andrew Jackson won a stunning victory over a veteran British army that would eventually propel him to the White House