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Historical Artifacts Found At Bottom of 194-Year-Old Time Capsule Unearthed At West Point

Clare Fitzgerald
Top of the time capsule discovered at West Point

A 194-year-old time capsule unearthed at the US Military Academy West Point has bore fruit, with archaeologists discovering centuries-old coins and a medal at the…

111-Year-Old Time Capsule Could Be Buried Beneath Confederate Memorial At Arlington National Cemetery

Confederate Memorial standing above Confederate graves at Arlington National Cemetery

Is there a 111-year-old time capsule buried beneath the Confederate Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery? According to those who spoke with South Carolina’s The Post…

Prince Harry Reveals Deployment to Afghanistan Triggered Emotions Over Loss of Princess Diana

Clare Fitzgerald
Prince Harry saluting with other British service members

In the five-part Netflix docuseries Heart of Invictus (2023), Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex shares the stories of six athletes competing in the 2022 Invictus…

Three-Part Docuseries to Highlight Heroics of Women During World War II

Barbara Jane Erickson sitting in the cockpit of an aircraft while Evelyn Sharp stands beside her

The United Kingdom’s Channel 4 and Australia’s SBS have purchased an upcoming three-part docuseries about the Second World War. Titled World War II: Women on…

World War I-Era Shipwrecks Surface During Texas Drought

Banks of the Neches River

The Neches River has been plagued by an enduring drought this summer, which has seen water levels drop. This has resulted in a number of…

The Movies That Made Kirk Douglas One of the War Genre’s Best

Ryan McLachlan
Kirk Douglas as Col. Dax in 'Paths of Glory'

Kirk Douglas was a Hollywood legend, with many of his movies about war and military-related topics. He began his career in 1946 after serving with…

The Tank Museum Acquires Carl Gustaf Infantry Anti-Tank Weapon

Carl Gustaf anti-tank weapon on a wooden table

The Tank Museum in Bovington, United Kingdom has announced that it recently acquired a Carl Gustaf infantry anti-tank weapon. Adopted by the British Army in…

Official Teaser Released for Upcoming WWII-Era Miniseries, ‘The Tattooist of Auschwitz’

Jonah Hauer-King and Anna Próchniak as Lale Sokolov and Gita in 'The Tattooist of Auschwitz'

The Tattooist of Auschwitz, a 2018 book by New Zealand author Heather Morris, is being turned into a television series by British broadcaster Sky and…

The Tank Museum Acquires Development and Design Documents for Mark I Tank

British soldiers standing around a broken down Mark I tank

The Tank Museum in Bovington, United Kingdom has acquired documents relating to the development and design of the World War I-era Mark I tank. Along…

Feathers vs. Firearms: When Australia Took On Flightless Birds In the Emu War

Ryan McLachlan
Fallow behind a barbed wire fence + Close-up of an emu

In the annals of history, there are events that stand out not for their grandeur or significance, but for their sheer absurdity. One such event…

Wagner PMC Boss Yevgeny Prigozhin Feared Dead In Plane Crash

Clare Fitzgerald
Man believed to be Yevgeny Prigozhin standing in the middle of a desert area in military fatigues, holding a weapon

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of Wagner PMC, is feared dead following a plane crash north of Moscow on the evening of August 23, 2023. The…

The Tank Museum Publishing ‘Tank Man’ Biography

Military portrait of Albert Baker

The Tank Museum in Bovington, United Kingdom has announced it’ll be releasing a biography about famed World War I-era tank commander Capt. Albert “Bert” Baker.…