The War to Control the Seas During World War I

Controlling the sea was key to winning the battles of the First Great War. Moving troops and supplies by sea was vital. The battle for control of the seas led to new deadly tactics and terrifying war at sea where thousands...

 

War Propaganda Posters that Won the American public to Join World War I

The United States entered World War I in 1917 on the allied side of Britain and France. By the time that World War I came around, the U.S. was a leader in recently discovered art of movie making and commercial advertising....

 

The Battle of Berlin: Historical Photos of a Post-Apocalyptic World (1945)

In the spring of 1945, the Russians and the German troops fought savagely for control of Berlin, the German capital. Street by street, bloody battles were fought relentlessly. After the War, Berlin looked like a post-apocalyptic...

 

20 Powerful Photos of Cities at War

Below is our moving collection of unforgettable photographs of cities in the past (some recent) that demonstrate the heartbreak of loss, the tremendous devastation of human conflicts and struggle for power, and the triumph...

 

Incredible Collection of Vietnam War Photos by Catherine Leroy

French-born photojournalist and war photographer Catherine Leroy (1945–2006) captured some of the most harrowing, stark images of the battles of the Vietnam War in the pages of Life magazine and other publications. Catherine...

 

The Beautiful Female Soldiers around the World

In World War I and World War II, women soldiers served mostly in auxiliary roles and were assigned to non-combat active roles. In 1914 a volunteer nursing service was established by armies in different countries in World...

 
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