Separate fact from fiction in the story of a World War II plot to sabotage the secret subterranean power station at Grand Central Terminal!
Hear stories of New Yorkers and the effects of WWII on a growing NYC at the Brooklyn Historical Society's book talk with Victory City author John Strausbaugh.
Decommissioned in 1964, the Brooklyn Army Terminal has garnered many secrets even after a multi-decade renovation and reactivation under by the NYCEDC
Looking through the history of Memorial Day in NYC in vintage photos, remembering lives lost in the Civil War to celebrating the ends of World Wars I and II.
Untapped Cities founder Michelle Young recounts the story of her grandfather's survival of the Hiroshima atomic bomb.
Located on Jamaica Bay in southeastern Brooklyn, the Floyd Bennett Field and its remaining airplane hangars are now a part of the Gateway National Recreation Area.
Many London buildings still bear their wartime scars.
This Spanish Revival building on Ocean Beach survived a takeover by the US Army, the raucous residence of a biker bar and 15 years of abandonment.
Budapest architecture recounts tales of both a grand and traumatic history.
This bookstore has a fairy tale history; the original shop was owned and run by an American but was closed down by the Nazis during the war and became the meeting point for Hemingway’s "Lost Generation."