Only 23 years old when he began covering the fighting in Italy, the Scot distinguished himself repeatedly as the war ground across Europe before moving on to the CBI theater in 1945.
Word of Allied troops' stunning Rhine crossing on March 7, 1945 sent correspondents scrambling to cover one of the biggest developments of the European…
An air raid that wasn't sparked the worst civilian disaster of the war in the UK, leaving 173 people dead in a tube station.
The Pulitzer-winning novelist spent several months as a correspondent for the New York Herald-Tribune in 1943.
In February 1943, a specially trained group of correspondents accompanied an Eighth Air Force bombing raid over Germany. One would not return.
The man who captured what is to many the defining image of World War II -- and one of the great news photographs in history -- was rejected for military…
It was rare for the death of any individual fighting man to make national news, but John Basilone's did. Already a Medal of Honor recipient, he insisted…
The decision to destroy a centuries-old monastery on an Italian hilltop remains controversial to this day, but soldiers on the ground had no qualms with…
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