Reich’s Recorders

by Chris William The German Stenographers’ Union The national, regional, and local systems of government that made up Adolf Hitler’s dictatorship contained numerous departments and professions. Each contributed to the complex machinery that kept their daily operations running as smoothly … More »

Honoring the toughness of a forgotten hero

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Eric Lockwood, Naval History and Heritage Command, Communication and Outreach Division  WASHINGTON (NNS) — District leaders, military officials and veterans, as well as representatives from the Embassy of Canada honored a forgotten Medal of … More »

WWI Canadian Exhibit

by Peter Suciu Largest single collection on loan to Military Museum in Calgary Advanced collectors can spend a lifetime – and no doubt a considerable part of their life’s fortune – to build their collection. A select few have even … More »

Books in review April

U.S. Half-tracks Part II: The development and deployment of the U.S. Army’s half-track based multiple gun motor carriages and gun motor carriages. (ISBN 978-0-9861127-4-4 The Ampersand Group, Inc, 235 NE 6th Ave., Suite B, Delray Beach, FL 33483; 561.266.9686; jeff@ampersandpubco.com; … More »

Bdote Fort Snelling labeled National Treasure

The National Trust for Historic Preservation named “Bdote Fort Snelling” a National Treasure, bringing a national spotlight to a historic place which reveals the richness of the American story. Bdote Fort Snelling is the first National Treasure designated by the National Trust in … More »