New research methods illuminate what happened during famous battles.
The North American Apache tribes were remarkably successful in battle, beating opponents who were wealthier and better armed. Uncover clues that may explain how they were eventually overpowered.
The Battle of Monmouth was a key moment in the American Revolution The British assumed that the American Army was weak and ill-disciplined, but at Monmouth, things turned out differently.
On May 8, 1846, Mexico and the U.S. met in battle at Palo Alto, deep in Southern Texas, but the events of the battle remain unclear. Archaeologists, forensic scientists, and historians join forces to find out what really happened.
General Robert E. Lee's first invasion into the North ended in the Battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single day in the Civil War. Why was Antietam such a terrible killing field? The latest forensic techniques explore.