Francis Pegahmagabow: The Deadliest Warrior of World War I

War, freedom, and citizenship have always been intertwined. In the Roman Republic, the concept of citizenship itself was tied to…

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The Siege of Alesia: A Lesson in War’s Cruelty

As the military races toward woke obsolescence, we would be wise to remember the lessons that show us what war…

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Theodore Roosevelt on Preparedness and the CCP Threat

If the last year has taught us anything, it is that we are not living in a utopia where history…

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How Theodore Roosevelt Solved the 1902 Venezuela Crisis

The early 20th century saw increasing great power competition. The rise of the United States, Japan, and especially Germany disrupted…

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Decisive Battles: Milvian Bridge (312)

The Roman cavalryman sees the host of Maxentius just up ahead, near the bridge over the Tiber. The Eternal City…

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Decisive Battles: The Battle of Antietam (1862)

At long last, the grey-clad rebels have invaded the North. This Union soldier, hailing from Pennsylvania, had no great love…

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How Theodore Roosevelt Built His Reputation

By the time he became President of the United States at the age of 42, Theodore Roosevelt had already been…

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The Critical Battles Series: Manzikert (1071)

August 26th, 1071. Night had come. The Byzantines had fallen back with the dusk. At that moment, Alp Arslan felt…

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Chinese Brainwashing Tactics of the Korean War

North Korea’s gamble had backfired. MacArthur’s had succeeded. The landings at Inchon took the North Koreans completely by surprise. Seoul…

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