Major William Martin was a Roman Catholic Welshman who enjoyed the theater and loved his fiancée, Pam. He also didn’t exist—but the Nazis didn’t know that.
WORLD WAR TWO
Ahead of the release of 'The Fervor,' Alma Katsu's supernatural reimaging of Japanese internment, here are her favorite historical horror novels
Despite having shot her own leg off in a hunting accident, Virginia Hall became one of the most feared Allied spies of the war.
The Silent Generation may not be as flashy a group as Millennials, but they wield a surprising amount of influence over our culture.
These tributes to fallen soldiers may not be as instantly recognizable as the Vietnam Memorial and others, but their stories are no less fascinating--including one that doubles as a mausoleum right in Manhattan.