Articles

Army & Navy: No Cowards

Sixteen U.S. soldiers have been put to death for crimes committed in France since DDay: four for murder; twelve for rape. But up to last week, not a single...

Army & Navy - Delivered for D-Day

One clue that invasion might be near was in the office of Lieut. General Brehon Somervell, chief of the Army Service Forces. His orders had been to procure...

Canada at War: THE SERVICES: Mute Survivors

Nine young French Canadians came home last week, modestly bearing two medals apiece: the Croix de guerre and a "resistance cross." These boys had seen action...

Cinema: Invasion Films

The first D-day newsreels reached U.S. theaters on D-day plus nine. They are the collective effort of U.S., British and Canadian Army, Navy, Air Force and...

The Avery Problem

Sewell Avery might have been grateful. His appearance before a Congressional investigating committee came on Dday. This accidental circumstance kept his...

The Press: Bull's-Eye

Jaws dropped last week as LIFE readers opened their magazines, on the newsstands only three days after Dday. On the second and third pages of the lead...

U.S. At War: Three Years' Toll

War Secretary Stimson's periodic announcement of war casualties made grim reading last week. Total U.S. casualties in three years of war now total 663,859, more...

A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 19, 1944

To answer some of the questions subscribers all over the world have been asking about how Time gathers, verifies, writes and distributes its news. Copy Boy...

Obama Kicks Off European Trip

Welcome to #theBrief, the four stories to know about right now—from the editors of TIME

Texas Is Sinking!

No, not the state – the battleship: the USS Texas (BB-35), a 32,000-ton vessel that fired 255 14-inch shells toward Nazi positions during D-Day’s opening 34...

Mitt Romney’s New Hampshire Nightmare

There are growing signs that the Republican primary campaign might be a long and muddy slog, a slow grind to accumulate delegates that doesn’t produce a nominee...

Books

1 NONFICTION The Age of Wonder Richard Holmes There was a time when scientists were poets and poets were scientists. There was a time when anybody with...

Deci$ion$: How One College Snags So Many Students

For high school seniors, May 1 was D-Day. Decision Day. After weeks of weighing the pros and cons, they had until the last mail pickup on Friday to postmark...

Milestones Sep. 3, 2007

DIED TIME Magazine called him the "vicar of visuals," the man who changed U.S. politics by expertly choreographing Ronald Reagan's public image. As one of...

The Art of War

"If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough," Robert Capa once said. The Hungarian-born Endre Friedman (who rechristened himself the less...