Stories from Timelines Magazine
“We need to do more than just what is right. We need to join together and right what is wrong.”
Kansas City has always had an important relationship with those who served in the Great War so it’s only fitting that the city in the center of America’s Heartland is home to the National WWI Museum and Memorial.
Great things can begin simply.
A legacy that began in the heart of the Great Depression when the Dust Bowl drought threatened waterfowl population continues with conservation efforts that span borders, regions and beyond.
Legends come in all sizes. Heroes come in both genders and all nationalities. They are not born, but rather rise to the occasion. Such is the legend and legacy of Neerja Bhanot.
“The son of a Winnebago chief and warriors who believe that when a man goes into battle, he expects to kill or be killed, and if he dies, he will live forever.”
Stories from Civil War Courier
As legal heir to the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), preservation of GAR memorials is one of the most important purposes of the SUVCW. The p…
YORK, Pa. – (AP) A Civil War artillery shell was found Wednesday at Gettysburg National Military Park, according to a news release.
During my 30years, I have attended many events, reenactments, and speaking engagements. On January 21, 2023, I was honored to walk on new ground.
Nearly half of the Medals of Honor that have been distributed since the award’s inception in 1862 were bestowed for actions during the Civil War.
Stories from Camp Chase Gazette
Kentucky’s role in the War Between the States has been vastly underestimated. It was a state divided in its loyalties.
Has it really been that long since I started this journey? Where has the time gone? But this I know: God has richly blessed me in my travels.
The Sons of Veterans Reserve (SVR), the Military Department of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW), sponsored the 66th annual …
The night President Lincoln died, the surgeons used Dr. Nélaton’s probe. At the Petersen House, Dr. Leale (who treated the President at Ford’s…
The first metallic bone saw blades were introduced about 3500 BC using copper. This is an example of a Roman bone saw. Note that it is tied to…