In a free monthly newsletter, Scotland-born Gary Beddingfield kindles the spirit of those who carried America's national pastime through the difficult war years.
The war was over, but the troubles were not. Many veterans came home with serious problems, and other serious problems awaited them.
One of history's most infamous and an intriguing assassination attempts comes to the silver screen and to DVD.
A chronicle of the start of the Normandy Invasion emphasizes military detail over story.
A giant book tells the story of four giants who directed the Allied war effort: President Franklin Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, US General George Marshall, and British army chief Alan Brooke.