Russian confidence growing in its vision for ending Syrian war Russia believes that its long-held vision of how to achieve peace in civil war-torn Syria has at last become possible due to a shifting balance of forces in the war and changing perceptions in the West, experts say.
Remembering the Korean War Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Korean War this year, Gloucester's Memorial Day parade will include an extra stop for a wreath laying at a monument that stands as a joint Korean War and Vietnam War memorial at Gloucester High School. The ne
Rape by American Soldiers in World War II France ?What Soldiers Do: Sex and the American G.I. in World War II France,? a book by the historian Mary Louise Roberts, documents rape and other misconduct among the greatest generation.
Hezbollah pulled more deeply into Syria civil war BEIRUT (AP) ? Hezbollah was pulled more deeply into Syria's civil war as 28 guerrillas from the Lebanese Shiite militant group were killed and dozens more wounded while fighting rebels, Syria activists said Monday.
War ration books remind us of difficult times during WWII Beginning in May 1942, war ration books and tokens were issued to each American family, dictating how much gasoline, tires, sugar, meat, silk, shoes, nylon and other items any one person could buy. Across the country 8000 rationing boards were created to administer these restrictions.
York County World War II, Korea vets head to DC on Honor Flight Eight veterans of World War II and Korea will go on the latest SC Honor Flight to Washington, DC.
Gunboat diplomacy and Crofters' War How gunboat diplomacy led to attempts at land reform
A New Cold War It seems like we are facing a new Cold War. There is a coming together of international powers; the world is divided between the United States and its European allies?who are coming down from the ecstasy of the unipolar New World Order of Bush senior?and the Russian Federation, which is rising to a powerful return to international influence after t......
At War Blog: ROTC Returns to CUNY More Than Four Decades After Removal Former Secretary of State Colin Powell is expected to attend a ceremony welcoming the Reserve Officer Training Corps back to the City University of New York.