Snoopy Remembers the Great War
The Flying Ace reflected one generation’s memories of war and shaped those of the next.
Carrie Allen Tipton
October 31, 2018
Echoes of the Great War: American Experiences of World War I
An collection of primary sources exploring the causes, duration, and aftermath of America's involvement in World War I.
Library of Congress
Library of Congress
April 4, 2017
This Innovative Memorial Will Soon Honor Native American Veterans
The National Museum of the American Indian has reached a final decision on which design to implement.
Ryan P. Smith
June 26, 2018
Henry Ford, the Wayside Inn, and the Problem of 'History Is Bunk'
Debunking the quotation that inspired our name.
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society
June 1, 1965
The First Time I Met Americans
Before becoming a novelist, I spent six years at war. Years later, I came to America and finally met my old enemies.
New York Times
September 5, 2017
World War I Relived Day by Day
Reflections on live-tweeting the Great War.
New York Review of Books
November 8, 2018
The Fading Battlefields of World War I
A collection of photographs that show nature retaking the battle-ravaged land along the Great War's Western Front.
May 28, 2018
The Limits of Liberal History
You can’t tell the story of America without the story of labor.
Nathan J. Robinson
October 28, 2018
Capitol Hill Needs Thomas Paine Memorial
Why is there still no memorial to Paine, the immigrant whose writing galvanized the American Revolution?
October 21, 2018
Reading the Soil
On the job with a pair of men who dig up bodies for a living.
March 13, 2018
What Do We Do With Our Dead?
Our mortuary conventions reveal a lot about our relation to the past.
The New Yorker
October 16, 2017
Rome's Heroes and America's Founding Fathers
Why the statesmen of the Roman Republic had such an influence on the patriots of the Revolutionary era.
Journal of the American Revolution
October 23, 2018