As the face of war changed, so did the guns we used to fight it: a look at the necessity that mothered inventions.
American bravery in the first World War was writ large and small, and punctuated with buckshot and bullets.
This World War I Congressional Medal of Honor recipient's story almost defies belief ... but every word is true.
Six days, 544 men and a pigeon named Cher Ami: This is the tale of the Lost Battalion.
Learn about the impact that trench warfare, artillery and machine guns had in battles like Verdun during World War 1.