Artwork of Samuel Johnson Woolf

Written By: Katie Holt An artist well known for his portraits of twentieth-century influential figures, Samuel Johnson Woolf spent four months in France during World War I with the American […]

China-Burma-India Theater Artwork

The China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater of World War II offered a new set of challenges for U.S. forces.  Often referred to as the “Forgotten Theater,” the CBI had a unique feel […]

Artwork of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

[Featured Image: An American patrol pauses near an Afghan town in Sergeant First Class Elzie Golden’s 2003 oil on canvas, The Hazara Province.  (Army Art Collection)] October 2016 marks the fifteenth […]

Army Aviation

While an argument can be made that Army Aviation began with the use of observation balloons during the Civil War, the Army’s initial foray into modern aviation came with the […]

Artwork of Sergeant First Class Amy L. Brown

Sergeant First Class Amy L. Brown, the U.S. Army Center of Military History’s (CMH) current Artist-in-Residence, first came to CMH in 2012 after serving as an instructor at the Defense […]

Ardennes-Alsace Campaign

On 16 December 1944, the German Wehrmacht launched what would be its last major offensive in the West.  After a powerful bombardment from 2,000 guns and Nebelrwerfer rocket launchers, three […]


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