Sword Beach: The Allies’ First Step In Stopping Hitler During The Normandy Invasion
On June 6, 1944, now known as D-Day, the Allied forces landed on Sword Beach as a part of their invasion of Normandy — and nearly all but won it in two hours.
One Beach, 23,000 Soldiers: The D-Day Invasion Of Utah Beach
The D-Day invasion of Utah Beach was far more successful — and far less deadly — than the one in neighboring Omaha Beach.
Omaha Beach And The Untold Horrors Of D-Day
Thousands of Allied troops were killed in the D-Day battle of Omaha Beach, when Germany's brutal defense caught them off-guard.
The Gruesome True Story Of The Rosewood Massacre: The Violent Race Riot In Jim Crow Florida
On New Year's Day, 1923, a violent race riot ravaged an entire town in Florida. The Rosewood Massacre would spell the end for the small town as its residents fled never to return.
Henry Ford Pioneered Modern Industry, Made America An Economic Power, And Was A Fervent Anti-Semite
The dark truth of Henry Ford's Nazi sympathy and anti-Semitism looms over his legacy as an influential American industrialist.
The Gruesome Story Of Baby Face Nelson — Public Enemy Number One
Luck ran out for Baby Face Nelson in a hail of bullets at the young age of 25, but not before he became one of America's most ruthless killers.