The North Korean dictator appears in a bombastic new propaganda film “piloting” an aircraft
From World War I to modern times, the way we talk about those who fight has rarely stayed the same
Mostly Jewish and Hispanic veterans were passed over due to prejudices, review finds
The reunions are scheduled for late February
The countries will allow families a temporary respite from separation
In March 1965, 3,500 U.S. Marines landed in South Vietnam. By year’s end, there were 200,000 of them. When LIFE dispatched Associate Editor Michael Mok and...
North Korea is a country that seems to terrify and fascinate in equal measure. On the world stage, it is often associated with its current and former leaders Kim...