Most of the DNA of submarine films as we know them got into the gene pool as a result of this 1958 classic.
Written with co-author Lucas Erickson, "Eyes of War," just completed, is the novel I am most proud of so far.
We all know what happened the morning after. What was Saturday, December 6, 1941 like?
How do you write effective, accurate fiction about World War II? It's a big, sad, harrowing process.
Midway Island entered the history books as a result of a famous World War II battle. Now it's exiting history thanks to climate change.
I chose this very retro television set more as a representative example than a historical object with a unique history unto itself. This TV was [...]
It's hard to see in this picture, but this paperweight is actually a hardened, almost petrified coconut with a message scratched into its surface. The [...]
One thing that studying history does is tend to turn you into a pessimist. Regardless of what period of history you study, you're eventually going [...]
There is a stretch of water off the Pacific island of Guadalcanal that's officially called Savo Sound, but it has another unofficial name: Ironbottom Sound. [...]
Check out this video--real color, HD footage of U.S. Navy carrier landings gone horribly, horribly wrong! Some of these crashes will have your [...]