The Model 1840 French Musket descended from a Civil War veteran, but was it an import that he carried during the Rebellion or a relic of his days in the Grand Army of the Republic?
The United States Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) will live-stream a lecture and panel discussion with retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Mari K. Eder based on her soon-to-be-published book, The Girls Who Stepped Out of Line: The Untold Stories of the Women Who Changed the Course of World War II on March 10th.
The WWII Museum will host the world’s leading convention of WWII experts, students and enthusiasts online, and completely FREE to the public, for the first time on March 5-6, 2021.
155 years after the end of the Rebellion, the fight continues to preserve the memory of the Confederacy.
American Battlefield Trust and Civil War Trails, Inc. offer a map to guide you on a trail of 88 historically significant spots across Virginia, a key Civil War battleground state and an important passageway in the Underground Railroad.
Looking for a Korean War or Vietnam War-era ambulance? Consider a member of the Dodge G-741 family of 3/4-ton trucks: The M43 Ambulance.
A sight-unseen Dodge WC-12 ends up being an anniversary tribute.
When it comes to the Cold War era's Austin Champ... Don't count the 1/4 -ton out!
WWII era Mercury Eight Estate and Ford WOA2 'Heavy Utility' cars up for sale at the April 14th Imperial War Museum auction in Duxford, UK.
Upgrade of T-72s to T-72B3M variant provides cost-effective means of enhancing Russian land capabilities in 2021