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Moe Berg: From MLB Player to WWII Spy

July 18, 2018

Catcher Moe Berg of the Washington Senators poses for a portrait on September 6, 1933 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Stanley Weston/Getty Images) Morris “Moe” Berg enjoyed two exciti...

Vintage Snapshots: World War II Soldiers Showering or B...

December 15, 2016

Between battles soldiers were able to bathe in makeshift showers and in rivers, lakes and streams. These personal snapshots of World War II soldiers bathing and s...

The Death of America's Longest Serving President Who Ha...

November 29, 2016

It was April 1945. The end of the war in Europe was in sight as the allied armies pressed their invasion into the German heartland. In Washington, President Roose...

He Was Just 16 But He Became the Most Decorated WWII So...

September 10, 2016

His name was Audie Murphy. Like so many other young men wanting to fight for their country, Audie Murphy lied about his age in his attempt to enlist. But it was n...

Iconic Photos: A Mother Shows a Picture of Her Son to a...

July 29, 2016

Photographer Ernst Haas was there to witness the return of the first 600 Austrian war prisoners from Eastern Europe. His photos captured the anticipation and grie...