Between his time as a New York sportswriter and later a high-profile true crime author, Sid Feder covered the war in Italy and beyond for the Associated Press.
Lt. Gen. Lesley J. McNair and AP photographer Bede Irvin were among those killed in a bombardment by Allied planes on July 25, 1944.
If you've read Rick Atkinson's masterful Liberation Trilogy, you'll have at least a passing knowledge of Alan Moorehead's status as one of the great wa…
News of the most serious attempt on Adolf Hitler's life went public almost immediately, sending the Allies scrambling for answers.
The story of Maj. Thomas D. Howie moved readers before they even knew his name.
Most of the first six pages of the Oakland Tribune's July 18, 1944 edition -- two of them composed entirely of pictures -- were dedicated to covering a…
Development of the atomic bomb was the most closely guarded secret of World War II, but one aspect of the work was impossible to keep under wraps: a te…
The Chicago Daily News correspondent's unbelievable story of surgery aboard a submarine riveted readers in December 1942.
See all