The Bull in the South Pacific
South Pacific Command needed a fighter, and the hard-driving William F. Halsey Jr. proved to be the right admiral for ...
The Japanese Plan to Seize Midway
Prior to the epochal naval battle, Japan had formulated a detailed scheme to land troops and take the atoll by force. Would it have worked?
Dawn at Manila
Commodore George Dewey and the future of the Philippines
From Crisis to Victory in the North Atlantic
The spring of 1943 witnessed a dramatic escalation in U-boat attacks on Allied shipping—but the tide soon turned on the wolf packs.