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War - Notable Historical Events

Julius CaesarJan 10, -49

Mark AntonySep 2, -31

Joan of ArcMay 30, 1431

Charles IAug 28, 1640

Charles IIMar 4, 1665

Louis XIVApr 29, 1672

George WashingtonJul 3, 1754

Benjamin FranklinSep 11, 1773

Ethan AllenSep 25, 1775

Joseph BrantNov 11, 1775

John AdamsSep 27, 1779

NapoleonJan 9, 1799

Arthur WellesleyAug 21, 1808

TecumsehAug 5, 1812

Zachary TaylorMay 24, 1846

Florence NightingaleOct 21, 1854

Abraham LincolnJan 1, 1861

Jefferson DavisJan 21, 1861

Robert E. LeeApr 18, 1861

George McClellanJan 26, 1862

General ShermanApr 30, 1863

longstreetMay 6, 1864

FarragutAug 5, 1864

Andrew JohnsonAug 20, 1866

John D RockefellerDec 1, 1868

Grover ClevelandMar 4, 1885

GeronimoSep 4, 1886

Thomas EdisonJan 4, 1903

Nicholas IIAug 1, 1914

The Red BaronSep 17, 1916

Mata HariOct 15, 1917

Herbert HooverJan 26, 1918

Warren G. HardingJul 2, 1921

KelloggAug 27, 1928

Francisco FrancoJul 17, 1936

HitlerNov 5, 1937

Orson WellesOct 30, 1938

FDRSep 8, 1939

Mackenzie KingSep 10, 1939

Benito MussoliniMar 18, 1940

Jimmy StewartMar 22, 1941

Douglas MacArthurFeb 22, 1942

Karl DönitzJan 23, 1945

StalinFeb 4, 1945

Mao ZedongOct 11, 1945

BradmanDec 31, 1945

Ho Chi MinhDec 19, 1946

Harry TrumanJul 9, 1951

Lyndon B. JohnsonJan 8, 1964

Benjamin SpockDec 5, 1967

John LennonNov 25, 1969

Pierre TrudeauOct 16, 1970

Jimmy CarterJan 21, 1977

Saddam HusseinNov 9, 1980

Paul McCartneySep 6, 1982

President ReaganOct 14, 1982

Anne FrankMay 14, 1986

Mikhail GorbachevDec 3, 1989

George BushJan 12, 1991

Osama bin LadenAug 23, 1996

Bill ClintonNov 16, 2000

George W. BushSep 20, 2001

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War - Historical Events
Date Event
1184

Trojan War: Troy is sacked and burned, according to calculations by Eratosthenes.

1178

A solar eclipse may have marked the return of Odysseus, legendary King of Ithaca, to his kingdom after the Trojan War.

585

Solar eclipse, as predicted by Greek philosopher Thales, while Lydians under Alyattes war with the Medes under Cyaxares, leading to a truce. One of the cardinal dates from which other dates calculated.

241

First Punic War: Battle of the Aegates Islands - The Romans sink the Carthaginian fleet bringing the First Punic War to an end.

218

Second Punic War: Battle of the Trebia - Hannibal's Carthaginian forces defeat those of the Roman Republic.

216

Second Punic War: Battle of Cannae - Carthaginian army lead by Hannibal defeats numerically superior Roman army under command consuls Lucius Aemilius Paullus and Gaius Terentius Varro.

168

Battle of Pydna: Romans under Lucius Aemilius Paullus defeat and capture Macedonian King Perseus, ending the Third Macedonian War.

49

Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon, signaling the start of civil war.

48

Caesar's civil war: Battle of Pharsalus - Julius Caesar decisively defeats Pompey at Pharsalus and Pompey flees to Egypt.

31

Final war of the Roman Republic: Battle of Actium - off the western coast of Greece, forces of Octavian defeat troops under Mark Antony and Cleopatra.

BC
AD
546-12-17

Gothic War (535-554): The Ostrogoths of King Totila conquer Rome by bribing the Byzantine garrison.

550-01-16

Gothic War (535-552): The Ostrogoths, under King Totila, conquer Rome after a long siege, by bribing the Isaurian garrison.

657-07-26

Battle of Siffin during the first Muslim civil war between Ali ibn Abi Talib and Muawiyah I beside Euphrates River

971-01-23

In China, the war elephant corps of the Southern Han are soundly defeated at Shao by crossbow fire from Song Dynasty troops. The Southern Han state is forced to submit to the Song Dynasty, ending Southern Han rule, also first regular war elephant corps employed in Chinese army

1146-08-30

European leaders outlaw crossbow, intending to end war for all time

1157-10-23

The Battle of Grathe Heath ends the civil war in Denmark. King Sweyn III is killed and Valdemar I restores the country.

1264-05-14

Battle of Lewes, 2nd Barons' War: Simon de Montfort the younger, Earl of Leicester, defeats English King Henry III

1283-07-08

War of the Sicilian Vespers: Battle of Malta

1304-07-20

Wars of Scottish Independence: Fall of Stirling Castle - King Edward I of England takes the last rebel stronghold of the war.

1322-03-16

The Battle of Boroughbridge takes place in the First War of Scottish Independence.

1340-06-24

In the Hundred Years War, English fleet destroys the French at the battle of Sluys

1356-09-19

English forces under The Black Prince defeat French at Battle of Poitiers and capture the French King during the Hundred Years War

1360-10-24

The Treaty of Brétigny is ratified at Calais, marking the end of the first phase of the Hundred Years' War.

1379-03-24

End of Gelderse war victory

1383-10-22

The 1383-1385 Crisis in Portugal: A period of civil war and disorder began when King Fernando died without a male heir to the Portuguese throne.

1390-09-11

Lithuanian Civil War (1389-1392): the Teutonic Knights begin a five-week siege of Vilnius.

1409-03-03

Austrian civil war ends

1410-07-15

Battle of Grunwald (2nd Battle of Tannenburg), one of the largest battles of medieval Europe, during Poland-Lithuanian Teutonic War. Polish King Władysław Jagiełło (Jogaila) and Lithuanian Grand Duke Vytautas led defeat against Teutonic Ulrich von Jungingen

1419-01-19

French city of Rouen surrenders to Henry V in Hundred Years War

1423-07-31

Hundred Years' War: Battle of Cravant - the French army is defeated at Cravant on the banks of the river Yonne.

1429-06-11

Hundred Years' War: The start of the Battle of Jargeau.

1431-05-30

Hundred Years' War: in Rouen, France, 19-year-old Joan of Arc is burned at the stake by an English-dominated tribunal.

1450-04-15

French defeat English at Battle of Formigny in 100 Years' War

1453-10-19

2nd Battle at Castillon: French forces defeat beats the English, end of The Hundred Years' War

1454-02-04

In the Thirteen Years' War, the Secret Council of the Prussian Confederation sends a formal act of disobedience to the Grand Master.

1454-03-06

Thirteen Years' War: Delegates of the Prussian Confederation pledge allegiance to Casimir IV of Poland, and the Polish king agrees to help in their struggle for independence from the Teutonic Knights.

1454-09-18

In the Battle of Chojnice, the Polish army is defeated by the Teutonic army during the Thirteen Years' War.

1455-05-22

Opening battle in England's 30-year War of the Roses. Richard of York takes St Albans, capturing King Henry VI

1461-03-29

Battle near Towton Field, 33,000 die (War of the Roses)

1462-09-17

The Battle of Świecino (or Battle of Żarnowiec) is fought during Thirteen Years' War.

1466-10-19

The Thirteen Years' War ends with the Second Peace of Thorn, Germany

1485-08-22

Battle of Bosworth Field - Henry Tudor's forces defeat English King Richard III during last battle War of the Roses

1509-04-07

France declares war on Venice

1521-04-22

French King Francois I declares war on Spain

1524-07-19

Peasants' War begins in Germany's Black Forest

1527-04-30

England & France sign Treaty of Westminster to end the War of the League of Cognac

1528-01-22

England & France declare war on Emperor Charles V

1529-06-09

Zurich declares war on Catholic kantons

1538-06-18

Treaty of Nice: ends war between Emperor Charles V & King French I

1539-06-10

Council of Trent: Paul III sends out letters to his bishops, delaying the Council due to war and the difficulty bishops had traveling to Venice.

1542-08-28

Turkish-Portuguese War (1538-1557) - Battle of Wofla: the Portuguese are scattered, their leader Christovão da Gama is captured and afterwards executed.

1544-07-19

Italian War of 1542: The Siege of Boulogne began.

1549-08-08

France declares war on England

1557-06-07

England declares war on France

1567-09-29

War of Religion breaks out in France - Huguenots try to kidnap king Charles IX

1570-01-23

Earl of Moray, regent of Scotland, assassinated; civil war breaks out

1572-04-01

Watergeuzen capture Brielle from the Spaniards, during the Eighty Years' War, gaining the first foothold on land for what would become the Dutch Republic.

1574-02-23

France begins 5th holy war against Huguenots

1576-11-04

Eighty Years' War: In Flanders, Spanish defeat Walloon and captures Antwerp (after three days the city was nearly destroyed).

1576-11-08

Eighty Years' War: Pacification of Ghent - 17 Dutch provinces sign anti-Spanish covenant

1595-01-17

French King Henri IV declares war on Spain

1598-12-16

Seven Year War: Battle of Noryang Point - The final battle of the Seven Year War is fought between the Korean and Japanese navies, resulting in a decisive Korean victory.

1599-08-15

Nine Years War: Battle of Curlew Pass - Irish forces led by Hugh Roe O'Donnell successfully ambush English forces, led by Sir Conyers Clifford, sent to relieve Collooney Castle.

1613-01-20

Peace of Knarodends War of Kalmar between Denmark & Sweden

1614-11-12

Treaty of Xanten: Guliks-Kleefse War victory ends

1616-05-03

Treaty of Loudun ends French civil war

1616-11-20

Bishop Richelieu becomes French minister of Foreign affairs/War

1618-05-23

2nd Defenestration of Prague; beginning of 30 Years War. Two Catholic Lords Regent and their secretary thrown out of window - they were not seriously injured by the 70 foot fall.

1619-06-10

Thirty Years' War: Battle of Záblatí, a turning point in the Bohemian Revolt.

1620-12-23

French huguenots declare war on King Louis XIII

1624-03-10

England declares war on Spain

1631-05-20

Magdeburg in Germany seized by forces of the Holy Roman Empire under earl Johann Tilly, most inhabitants massacred, one of the bloodiest incidents of the Thirty Years' War.

1631-05-30

The Treaty of Fontainebleau signed between Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria, and the Kingdom of France, establishing a secret alliance between them during the Thirty Years' War.

1632-04-15

Battle of Rain; Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus defeat Count Tilly of the Holy Roman Empire during the Thirty Years' War.

1635-05-19

France declares war on Spain

1635-05-30

The Peace of Prague signed between the Habsburg Emperor Ferdinand II and the Electorate of Saxony (representing Protestant states of the Holy Roman Empire). It effectively ended the civil war aspect of the Thirty Years' War

1635-09-18

Emperor Ferdinand II declares war on France

1639-06-18

Treaty of Berwick: Ends the First Bishops' War between England and Scotland

1640-08-28

Second Bishop's War: King Charles I's English army loses to a Scottish Covenanter force at the Battle of Newburn

1642-08-22

Civil War in England began between Royalists & Parliament

1643-01-23

Sir Thomas Fairfax takes Leeds for Parliamentarians in English Civil War

1643-09-20

First Battle of Newbury (English civil war): King Charles I's forces beaten by a parliamentary army led by the Earl of Essex and Philip Stapleton

1643-12-13

English Civil War: The Battle of Alton takes place in Hampshire.

1644-01-24

Parliamentary army wins battle of Nantwich, Cheshire, English Civil War

1644-05-28

Bolton Massacre by Royalist troops under the command of the Earl of Derby. (English Civil War)

1646-02-16

Battle of Great Torrington, Devon - the last major battle of the first English Civil War.

1647-03-14

Thirty Years' War: Bavaria, Cologne, France and Sweden sign the Truce of Ulm.

1647-06-04

English Parliamentary army under Cornet George Joyce takes King Charles I as a prisoner during Second Civil War

1648-01-30

Spain & Netherlands sign Peace of Munster, ending the Thirty Years War

1648-10-24

Treaty of Westphalia ends The Thirty Year's War in the Holy Roman Empire; Switzerland's independence recognized

1652-07-10

England declares war on Netherlands

1653-06-12

- 13] First Anglo-Dutch War: Battle of the Gabbard/ Battle at North Foreland, English fleet beats the Dutch

1655-07-31

Russo-Polish War (1654-1667): the Russian army enters the capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Vilnius, which it holds for six years.

1658-05-24

Battle of Dunes (Spanish-French War) fought

1658-11-08

Battle of the Sound: Swedish fleet beats Dutch during 2nd Northern War

1663-04-18

Osman declares war on Austria

1665-03-04

English king Charles II declares war on Netherlands

1666-01-26

France declares war on England & Munster

1667-01-20

Treaty of Andrussovo-ends 13 year war between Poland & Russia

1667-07-31

Peace of Breda: 2nd English war-Suriname vs New-Netherlands ends

1667-12-15

Brandenburg declares himself neutral in Devolutie War

1668-05-02

Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle/1st peace of Aachen: ends War of Devolution, French-Spanish war in The Netherlands

1672-03-17

England declares war on Netherlands

1672-04-06

France declares war on Netherlands

1672-04-29

Franco-Dutch War: Louis XIV of France invades the Netherlands.

1673-07-06

French troops conquer Maastricht as part of the Franco-Dutch War

1674-05-28

German Parliament declares war on France

1675-09-09

New England colonies declare war on Wampanoag indians

1675-11-02

A combined attack by the Plymouth, Rhode Island, Massachusetts Bay and Connecticut colonies attacks the Great Swamp Fort, owned by the Narragansetts during King Philip's War.

1676-06-01

Battle of Öland - a naval battle between allied Danish-Dutch and Swedish fleets in the Baltic Sea, part of the Scanian War (1675—79) for supremacy over the southern Baltic. Allied victory, two Swedish commanders killed.

1676-08-12

1st war between American colonists & Indians ends in New England

1676-12-03

Battle of Lund (Scanian War): Swedish army of 8,000 defeats much larger joint Danish/Dutch force of 13,000

1683-09-12

Austro-Ottoman War: Battle of Vienna - several European armies join forces to defeat the Ottoman Empire.

1687-09-26

Acropolis in Athens attacked by Venetian army trying to eject Turks, the Parthenon is subsequently damaged in the war.

1688-09-24

France declares war on Germany

1688-11-26

French King Louis XIV declares war on Netherlands

1689-02-15

German Parliament declares war on France

1689-04-15

French King Louis XIV declares war on Spain

1689-05-09

English King William III declares war on France

1689-07-25

France declares war on England

1693-07-29

War of the Grand Alliance: Battle of Landen/Neerwinden - France wins Pyrrhic victory over Allied forces in the Netherlands.

1696-07-29

Louis XIV. King of France, & Victor Amadeus II, Duke of Savoy, sign Peace of Turin, a turning point in the War of the League of Augsburg

1697-09-03

King William's War in America ends with Treaty of Ryswick

1697-09-20

Peace of Saki (ends 9 years war)

1697-10-30

Germany signs French/English/Spanish/Dutch/Brandenburgs peace treaty ending Nine Year War

1700-02-12

The Great Northern War begins in Northern Europe between Denmark—Norway, Saxony and Russia and the Swedish Empire.

1700-11-30

Turkey declares war on Russia

1701-05-15

The War of the Spanish Succession begins.

1702-05-14

England & Netherlands declare war on France & Spain

1702-09-16

Emperor Leopold I declares war on France, Cologne & Bavaria

1704-08-04

War of Spanish Succession, English & Dutch troops occupy Gibraltar

1704-08-24

Battle of Malaga, the largest naval battle in the War of the Spanish Succession; Tactically indecisive; Grand Alliance strategic victory

1708-09-11

Charles XII of Sweden stops his march to conquer Moscow outside Smolensk, marking the turning point in the Great Northern War. The army is defeated nine months later in the Battle of Poltava, and the Swedish empire is no longer a major power.

1709-09-11

Battle at Malplaquet during War of the Spanish Succession: Engl/Aust/Dutch Great Alliance beat France

1710-12-08

Battle of Brihuega in the War of the Spanish Succession: British General James Stanhope captured by French & Spanish forces

1714-08-07

The Battle of Gangut: the first important victory of the Russian Navy during the Great Northern War against Sweden

1714-09-07

Treaty of Baden: Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI & France, ends War of Spanish Succession, French retain Alsace, Austria gets bank of Rhine

1715-04-15

Pocotaligo Massacre triggers the start of the Yamasee War in colonial South Carolina.

1715-05-01

Prussia declares war on Sweden

1716-07-08

Great Northern War: Battle of Dynekilen, a Danish-Norwegian force under Peter Tordenskjold trapped and defeated a similar Swedish force

1718-01-09

France declares war on Spain

1718-12-17

France, Britain and Austria declare war on Spain.

1721-08-30

Russian/Swedish Peace of Nystad, ends North Sea War

1722-07-25

The Three Years War begins along the Maine and Massachusetts border.

1724-04-01

Henry Pelham becomes English minister of War

1731-04-09

British mariner Robert Jenkins' ear cut off by Spanish Guarde Costa in the Caribbean, later catalyst for war between Britain & Spain

1733-10-10

France declares war on emperor Charles VI

1738-03-28

Parliament sends an address to the king requesting that he demand redress from Spain (War of Jenkin's Ear)

1738-05-25

A treaty between Pennsylvania and Maryland ends the Conojocular War with settlement of a boundary dispute and exchange of prisoners.

1738-08-02

France offers emperor Karel VI mediation in war against Turkey

1739-07-10

King George II authorised the Admiralty Board to seek maritime reprisals against Spain (War of Jenkin's Ear)

1739-10-03

The Treaty of Nissa is signed by the Ottoman Empire and Russia at the end of the Russian-Turkish War, 1736-1739.

1739-10-19

England declares war on Spain [OS=Oct 30]

1739-10-23

War of Jenkins' Ear starts: British Prime Minister, Robert Walpole, reluctantly declares war on Spain.

1739-10-30

Great Britain declares war on Spain: War of Jenkin's Ear [NS=Oct 19]

1741-04-10

War of the Austrian Succession: Prussia defeats Austria in the Battle of Mollwitz.

1743-06-27

War of the Austrian Succession: Battle of Dettingen: in Bavaria, King George II of Britain personally leads troops into battle. The last time a British monarch would command troops in the field.

1743-08-14

Prussian army occupies Saksen, beginning 2nd Silezian War

1744-03-15

French King Louis XV declares war on Britain

1745-05-11

Battle of Fontenoy (Doornik): Austrian Succession war

1748-05-07

French troops conquer Maastricht in the War of the Austrian Succession

1748-10-18

Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, ends War of Austrian Succession

1754-07-03

George Washington surrenders to French, Fort Necessity (7 Years' War)

1755-07-09

British General E Braddock mortally wounded during French & Indian War

1756-05-17

Britain declares war on France (7 Years' or French & Indian War)

1756-05-18

England declares war on France

1756-08-29

England & France meet in war

1756-08-29

Prussian Libya occupies Saxson: beginning 7 years War

1756-09-08

French and Indian War: Kittanning Expedition.

1757-01-17

German Diet declares war on Prussia

1757-11-05

Battle at Rossbach (7 year war/French & Indian War)

1758-05-21

Mary Campbell is abducted from her home in Pennsylvania by Lenape during the French and Indian War.

1758-06-23

Seven Years' War: Battle of Krefeld - British forces defeat French troops at Krefeld in Germany.

1758-06-30

Seven Years' War: The Battle of Domstadtl takes place.

1758-07-25

Seven Years' War: the island battery at Fortress Louisbourg in Nova Scotia is silenced and all French warships are destroyed or taken.

1758-09-11

Battle of Saint Cast France repels British invasion during the Seven Year's War.

1759-07-25

British capture Fort Niagara from French (7 Years' War)

1760-10-09

7 Years' War: Russian and Austrian forces occupy Berlin [OS=Sep 28].

1761-12-16

Seven Years' War: After four-month siege, Russian army under Pyotr Rumyantsev takes Prussian fortress of Kolobrzeg (German: Kolberg).

1762-01-04

England declares war on Spain & Naples

1762-05-05

Russia & Prussia sign peace treaty, Treaty of Saint Petersburg ending the Seven Years War

1763-02-10

Treaty of Paris ends French-Indian War, surrendering Canada to Britain

1763-02-15

Austria, Prussia & Saxony sign Treaty of Hubertusburg, marking the end of the French and Indian War and of the Seven Years War

1763-08-05

Pontiac's War: Battle of Bushy Run - British forces led by Henry Bouquet defeat Chief Pontiac's Indians at Bushy Run.

1764-11-09

Mary Campbell, a captive of the Lenape during the French and Indian War, is turned over to forces commanded by Colonel Henry Bouquet.

1764-11-16

Native Americans surrender to British in Indian War of Chief Pontiac

1770-05-26

The Orlov Revolt, a first attempt to revolt against the Turks before the Greek War of Independence ends in disaster for the Greeks.

1771-05-16

The Battle of Alamance, a pre-American Revolutionary War battle between local militia and a group of rebels called "The Regulators", occurs in present-day Alamance County, North Carolina.

1772-06-09

1st naval attack of Revolutionary War takes place in Providence, RI

1773-09-11

Benjamin Franklin writes "There never was a good war or bad peace"

1773-10-14

American Revolutionary War: The United Kingdom's East India Company tea ships' cargo are burned at Annapolis, Maryland.

1774-07-21

Russo-Turkish War, 1768-1774: Russia and the Ottoman Empire sign Treaty of Kuchuk-Kainarji ending the war.

1775-03-23

Patrick Henry proclaims "Give me liberty or give me death" in speech in favour of Virginian troops joining US Revolutionary war

1775-05-17

American Revolutionary War: the Continental Congress bans trade with Canada.

1775-09-25

American Revolutionary War hero Ethan Allen captured

1775-11-11

Mohawk military leader Joseph Brant goes to London to solicit more support from the government and to persuade the Crown to address past Mohawk land grievances in exchange for their participation as allies in the impending war

1775-12-31

Battle of Quebec in American Revolutionary War; Americans defeated trying to take British stronghold

1776-03-04

The American War of Independence: The Americans capture Dorchester Heights dominating the port of Boston, Massachusetts.

1776-03-17

British forces evacuate Boston to Nova Scotia during Revolutionary War

1776-08-10

American Revolutionary War: word of the United States Declaration of Independence reaches London.

1776-12-23

Continental Congress negotiates a war loan of $181,500 from France

1776-12-26

George Washington defeats Hessians at Battle of Trenton in American Revolutionary War

1777-03-08

Regiments from Ansbach and Bayreuth, sent to support Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War, mutiny in the town of Ochsenfurt.

1777-07-07

American Revolutionary War: Battle of Hubbardton

1777-08-28

American Revolutionary War - Battle of Cooch's Bridge takes place near Newark, Delaware.

1777-09-03

Cooch's Bridge - Skirmish of American Revolutionary war in New Castle County, Delaware where the Flag of the United States was flown in battle for the first time.

1778-02-06

Britain declares war on France

1778-07-03

Prussia declares war on Austria

1778-07-10

American Revolution: Louis XVI of France declares war on the Kingdom of Great Britain.

1779-05-13

War of Bavarian Succession ends

1779-06-16

Spain declares war on Great Britain in support of the US, and the siege of Gibraltar begins.

1779-09-27

John Adams negotiates Revolutionary War peace terms with Britain

1780-05-12

British troops occupy Charleston, South Carolina (Revolutionary War)

1780-10-16

Royalton, Vermont and Tunbridge, Vermont last major raid of the American Revolutionary War.

1780-12-20

Britain declares war on Holland

1781-04-29

French fleet occupies Tobago during American War of Independence

1781-08-30

French fleet of 24 ships under Comte de Grasse defeat British under Admiral Graves at battle of Chesapeake Capes in American Revolutionary War

1781-10-06

Americans & French begin siege of Cornwallis at Yorktown; last battle of American Revolutionary War

1781-10-19

British General Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown at 2 pm; US Revolutionary War ends

1783-01-20

Hostilities cease in Revolutionary War

1783-03-10

USS Alliance under Captain Barry fights and wins last naval battle of US Revolutionary War off Cape Canaveral

1783-09-03

Treaty of Paris signed in Paris ends the American Revolutionary War between Great Britain and United States of America

1783-11-02

General George Washington, later 1st American President, bids farewell to his army after the American Revolutionary War

1784-01-14

US Revolutionary War ends; US Congress of the Confederation ratifies the Treaty of Paris

1787-08-10

Turkey declares war on Russia

1788-02-09

Austria declares war on Russia

1788-08-13

Prussia joins Anglo-Dutch alliance to form Triple Alliance to prevent spread of Russo-Swedish War of 1788-90

1789-05-12

Society of St Tammany is formed by Revolutionary War soldiers. It later becomes an infamous group of NYC political bosses

1789-08-07

Congress creates Department of War & Lighthouse Service

1789-09-29

US War Dept established a regular army

1790-07-09

Russo-Swedish War: Second Battle of Svensksund - in the Baltic Sea, the Swedish Navy captures one third of the Russian fleet.

1790-12-22

The supposedly impenetrable Turkish fortress of Izmail is stormed and captured by Suvorov and his Russian armies during the Russo-Turkish War (1787—1792)

1791-01-02

Big Bottom massacre in the Ohio Country, marking the beginning of the Northwest Indian War.

1792-04-14

France declares war on Austria, starting French Revolutionary Wars

1792-04-20

France declares war on Austria, Prussia & Sardinia

1792-07-08

France declares war on Prussia

1792-08-29

British man o'war HMS Royal George capsizes at Spithead; more than 800 killed

1793-02-01

France declares war on Great Britain and Netherlands

1795-03-05

Treaty of Basel-Prussia ends war with France

1796-10-05

Spain declares war on England

1798-07-07

Quasi-War: the U.S. Congress rescinds treaties with France sparking the 'war.'

1799-01-09

British Prime Minister William Pitt introduces income tax to raise funds for the war against Napoleon.

1799-03-12

Austria declares war on France

1799-05-04

Fourth Anglo-Mysore War: The Battle of Seringapatam: The siege of Seringapatam ends when the city is assaulted and the Tipu Sultan killed by the besieging British army, under the command of General George Harris.

1799-12-26

George Washington is eulogized by Col Henry Lee as "1st in war, 1st in peace & 1st in hearts of his countrymen"

1801-05-10

First Barbary War: The Barbary pirates of Tripoli declare war on the United States of America (1st US foreign war)

1801-06-10

Tripoli declares war on US for refusing tribute

1802-03-27

Treaty of Amiens-French Revolutionary War ends

1803-05-18

Britain declares war on France after Napoleon Bonaparte continues interfering in Italy & Switzerland

1805-06-04

Tripoli forced to conclude peace with US after war over tribute

1805-06-10

First Barbary War: Yussif Karamanli signs a treaty ending hostilities with the United States.

1806-10-09

Prussia declares war on France.

1807-06-14

Emperor Napoleon I's French Grande Armee defeats the Russian Army at the Battle of Friedland in Prussia (modern Russian Kaliningrad Oblast) ending the War of the Fourth Coalition.

1807-06-22

British board USS Chesapeake, a provocation leading to War of 1812

1808-05-03

Finnish War: Sweden loses the fortress of Sveaborg to Russia.

1808-05-03

Peninsular War: The Madrid rebels who rose up on May 2 are fired upon near Príncipe Pío hill.

1808-08-21

Battle of Vimeiro: British and Portuguese forces led by General Arthur Wellesley defeat French force under Major-General Jean-Andoche Junot near the village of Vimeiro, Portugal, the first Anglo-Portuguese victory of the Peninsular War.

1808-09-13

Finnish War: In the Battle of Jutas, Swedish forces under Lieutenant General Georg Carl von Döbeln beat the Russians, making von Döbeln a Swedish war hero.

1809-01-16

Peninsular War: The British defeat the French at the Battle of Corunna

1809-02-08

Franz I of Austria declares war on France

1809-03-28

Peninsular War: France defeats Spain in the Battle of Medelin.

1809-05-24

Dartmoor Prison opens to house French prisoners of war

1809-09-17

Peace between Sweden and Russia in the Finnish War. The territory to become Finland is ceded to Russia by the Treaty of Fredrikshamn.

1811-05-16

Peninsular War: Allies defeat French at Albuera

1812-01-19

Peninsular War: After a ten day siege, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, orders British soldiers of the Light and third divisions to storm Ciudad Rodrigo.

1812-03-14

Congress authorizes war bonds to finance War of 1812

1812-06-18

War of 1812 begins as US declares war against Britain

1812-07-12

US forces led by Gen Hull invade Canada (War of 1812)

1812-08-05

War of 1812: Tecumseh's Native American force ambushes Thomas Van Horne's 200 Americans at Brownstone Creek, causing them to flee and retreat.

1813-06-21

Peninsular War: Battle of Vitoria.

1813-07-05

War of 1812: Three weeks of British raids on Fort Schlosser, Black Rock and Plattsburgh, New York begin.

1813-08-14

British warship Pelican attacks & captures US war brigantine Argus

1813-12-18

British take Fort Niagara in War of 1812

1813-12-29

British burn Buffalo, NY during War of 1812

1814-05-30

Napoleonic Wars: War of the Sixth Coalition - the Treaty of Paris (1814) is signed returning French borders to their 1792 extent.

1814-07-03

Americans capture Fort Erie, Canada (War of 1812)

1814-08-24

British forces captured Washington, DC, & burned down many landmarks (War of 1812)

1814-08-25

British forces destroy Library of Congress, containing 3,000 books (War of 1812)

1814-09-11

Begun on the 6th Sept, Americans defeat British at Battle of Plattsburgh during War of 1812

1814-09-12

Battle of North Point fought near Baltimore during War of 1812

1814-12-24

Treaty of Ghent (end of US-Britain War of 1812) signed

1815-01-08

Battle of New Orleans (War of 1812); the war had ended on 24th December 1814 but none of the combatants knew

1815-03-03

US declares war on Algiers for taking US prisoners & demanding tribute

1815-04-10

Austria declares war on realm of Naples

1817-11-20

First Seminole War begins in Florida

1817-11-27

US soldiers attack Florida Indian village, beginning Seminole War

1821-03-21

First revolutionary act in Monastery of Agia Lavra, Kalavryta, Greek War of Independence.

1821-03-23

Battle and fall of city of Kalamata, Greek War of Independence.

1821-05-08

Greek War of Independence: the Greeks defeat the Turks in Gravia.

1821-05-12

The first major battle of the Greek War of Independence against the Turks occurs in Valtetsi.

1822-01-14

Greek War of Independence: Acrocorinth is captured by Theodoros Kolokotronis and Demetrius Ypsilanti.

1822-01-15

Greek War of Independence: Demetrius Ypsilanti is elected president of the legislative assembly.

1822-05-16

Greek War of Independence: Turks capture the Greek town of Souli.

1824-03-05

First Burmese War: The British officially declare war on Burma.

1824-03-11

US War Dept creates the Bureau of Indian Affair

1824-06-21

Greek War of Independence: Egyptian forces capture Psara in the Aegean Sea.

1825-07-21

Java princess Dipo Negoro/Mangkubumi declare war on all non-islamics

1826-02-24

The signing of the Treaty of Yandaboo marks the end of the First Burmese War.

1827-06-05

Turks capture the Acropolis & take Athens during Greek War of Independence

1828-04-26

Russia declares war on Turkey to support Greece's independence

1829-09-14

Peace of Adrianopel: ends Russian-Turkish war

1831-03-10

The French Foreign Legion is established by King Louis-Philippe to support his war in Algeria.

1832-08-01

The Black Hawk War ends.

1832-08-02

Battle of Bad Axe, Wisconsin: 1,300 Illinois militia defeat Sauk & Fox Native Americans ending the Black Hawk War in the US

1834-04-03

The generals in the Greek War of Independence stand trial for treason.

1834-05-26

Portuguese Civil war ends, Dom Miguel capitulates

1835-11-02

2nd Seminole War begins in Osceola

1836-11-11

Chile declares war on Bolivia & Peru

1836-12-14

The Toledo War unofficially ends.

1838-11-30

Mexico declares war on France

1839-02-12

Aroostock War: Boundary dispute between Maine & New Brunswick

1839-09-05

The First Opium War begins in China.

1839-11-03

1st opium war - 2 British frigates engage several Chinese junks

1841-01-20

China cedes Hong Kong to the British during the 1st Opium War

1842-01-13

Dr. William Brydon, a surgeon in the British Army during the First Anglo-Afghan War, becomes famous for (reputedly) being the sole survivor of an army of 16,500 when he reaches the safety of a garrison in Jalalabad.

1842-08-14

Second Seminole War declared over by Colonel Worth; Indians go on to be removed from Florida to Oklahoma

1842-08-29

Great Britain & China sign Treaty of Nanking, ends Opium war

1845-03-11

The Flagstaff War: In New Zealand, Chiefs Hone Heke and Kawiti lead 700 Māoris to chop down the British flagpole and drive settlers out of the British colonial settlement of Kororareka because of breaches of the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi.

1845-06-04

Mexican-US war starts

1846-01-31

After the Milwaukee Bridge War, Juneautown and Kilbourntown unified as the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

1846-02-16

Battle of Sobraon ends 1st Sikh War in India

1846-04-25

Thornton Affair: Open conflict begins over the disputed border of Texas, triggering the Mexican-American War.

1846-05-08

1st major battle of Mexican War fought at Palo Alto, Texas

1846-05-13

US declares war on Mexico, 2 months after fighting begins

1846-05-24

General Zachary Taylor captures Monterey in Mexican War

1847-09-12

Mexican-American War: the Battle of Chapultepec begins.

1847-09-13

American-Mexican war: US Gen Winfield Scott captures Mexico City

1848-02-02

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ends Mexican War; US acquires Texas California, New Mexico & Arizona for $15 million

1848-05-19

Mexico gives Texas to US, ending the war

1848-07-06

Mexican-American War ended with the Treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo

1848-07-23

Battle of Custoza-Italian War of Independence, starts

1848-09-29

Battle of Pákozd: Hungarian forces defeat Croats at Pákozd; the first battle of the War of Independence.

1849-10-06

The execution of the 13 Martyrs of Arad after the Hungarian war of independence.

1851-06-30

Battle of Viervoet (Basotho-British war)

1854-03-28

Britain & France declare war on Russia (Crimean War)

1854-06-21

First Victoria Cross won during bombardment of Bomarsund in the Aland Islands (Crimean War)

1854-09-20

Battle of the Alma: first major battle of Crimean War. British and French alliance defeat the Russians

1854-10-09

The siege of Sebastopol begins (Crimean War)

1854-10-21

Florence Nightingale and a staff of 38 nurses were sent to the Crimean War.

1854-10-25

Charge of Light Brigade (Battle of Balaclava, Crimean War), 409 die

1854-11-05

Crimean War: British & French defeat Russian force of 50,000 at Inkerman

1855-09-08

Crimean war - assault of Malakof Tower under Patrice de Mac-Mahon, Duke of Magenta

1856-02-29

Hostilities in Russo-Turkish War cease

1856-03-30

Russia signs Peace of Paris, ending the Crimean War

1856-10-08

The Second Opium War or second Anglo-Chinese War: begins with the Arrow Incident on the Pearl River.

1857-03-03

Second Opium War: France and the United Kingdom declare war on China.

1857-06-26

The first 62 recipients are awarded the Victoria Cross for valour in the Crimean war by Queen Victoria

1857-07-18

Louis Faidherbe, French governor of Senegal, arrives to relieve French forces at Kayes, effectively ending El Hajj Umar Tall's war against the French.

1858-05-04

War of Reform (Mexico); Liberals establish capital at Vera Cruz

1859-03-18

Vera Cruz besieged by Miramon (Cons) in Mexican War of Reform

1859-04-06

US recognizes Liberal government in Mexico's War of Reform

1859-06-15

Pig War: Ambiguity in the Oregon Treaty leads to the "Northwestern Boundary Dispute" between U.S. and British/Canadian settlers.

1859-10-29

Spain declares war on Morocco.

1860-03-28

First Taranaki War: The Battle of Waireka begins (New Zealand).

1860-08-03

The Second Maori War begins in New Zealand.

1860-09-21

In the Second Opium War, an Anglo-French force defeats Chinese troops at the Battle of Baliqiao.

1860-10-18

The Second Opium War finally ends at the Convention of Peking with the ratification of the Treaty of Tientsin, an unequal treaty.

1860-12-20

South Carolina secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-01

President-elect of the United States Abraham Lincoln declares slavery in Confederate states unlawful (US Civil War)

1861-01-07

Florida troops takeover Fort Marion at St Augustine (US Civil War)

1861-01-09

Mississippi secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-10

Fort Jackson & Fort Philip are taken over by LA state troops (US Civil War)

1861-01-10

Florida secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-11

Mexico City captured by Juarez (Lib) in War of Reform

1861-01-11

Alabama secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-12

Florida state troops demand surrender of Fort Pickens (US Civil War)

1861-01-14

Fort Pikens, Florida, falls into state hands (US Civil War)

1861-01-19

Misssissippi troops take Fort Massachusetts and Ship Island (US Civil War)

1861-01-19

Georgia secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-21

Jefferson Davis of Mississippi and 4 other southern senators resign (U.S Civil War)

1861-01-26

Louisiana secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-29

Kansas secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-01-31

State of Louisiana takes over US Mint at New Orleans (U.S Civil War)

1861-02-01

Texas secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-02-04

Confederate constitutional convention meets for 1st time; Jefferson Davis elected president of Confederacy (US Civil War)

1861-02-05

Louisiana delegation except Mr Bouligny withdraws from Congress (US Civil War)

1861-02-06

1st meeting of Provisional Congress of Confederate States of America (US Civil War)

1861-02-08

Confederate States of America organizes in Montgomery, Alabama (US Civil War)

1861-02-09

Jefferson Davis & Alexander Stephens elected president & VP of the Confederate States of America (US Civil War)

1861-02-09

Tennessee votes against secession (US Civil War)

1861-02-09

Confederate Provisional Congress declares all laws under the US Constitution were consistent with constitution of Confederate states (US Civil War)

1861-02-12

State troops seize US munitions in Napoleon, AK (US Civil War)

1861-02-18

Confederate President Jefferson Davis inaugurated at Montgomery Alabama (US Civil War)

1861-02-20

Department of Navy of Confederacy forms (US Civil War)

1861-03-04

Confederate States adopt "Stars & Bars" flag (US Civil War)

1861-03-11

Confederate convention in Montgomery adopts constitution (US Civil War)

1861-03-16

Arizona Territory votes to leave the Union (US Civil War)

1861-03-16

Edward Clark became Governor of Texas, replacing Sam Houston, who was evicted from the office for refusing to take an oath of loyalty to the Confederacy (US Civil War)

1861-03-19

The First Taranaki War ends in New Zealand

1861-03-31

Confederacy takes over mint at New Orleans (US Civil War)

1861-04-08

US mint at Dahlonega, Georgia, seized by confederacy (US Civil War)

1861-04-12

Fort Sumter, SC is shelled by Confederacy, starting Civil War

1861-04-13

After 34 hours of bombardment, Fort Sumter surrenders to Confederates (US Civil War)

1861-04-14

Formal Union surrender of Ft Sumter (US Civil War)

1861-04-15

Federal army (75,000 volunteers) mobilized by US President Lincoln (US Civil War)

1861-04-16

US president Lincoln outlaws business with confederate states (US Civil War)

1861-04-17

Virginia secedes from the Union (US Civil War)

1861-04-18

Battle of Harpers Ferry, Virginia, part of the Maryland Campaign (US Civil War)

1861-04-18

Colonel Robert E. Lee turns down offer to command Union armies (US Civil War)

1861-04-19

Lincoln orders blockade of Confederate ports (Civil War)

1861-04-23

Robert E. Lee named commander of Virginia Confederate forces (US Civil War)

1861-04-25

Battle of Lavaca, Texas (US Civil War)

1861-04-25

The Union Army arrives to reinforce Washington, D.C. (US Civil War)

1861-04-27

President A Lincoln suspends writ of habeas corpus (US Civil War)

1861-04-27

West Virginia secedes from Virginia after Virginia secedes from Union (US Civil War)

1861-04-29

Maryland's House of Delegates votes against seceding from Union (US Civil War)

1861-04-30

President Lincoln ordered Federal Troops to evacuate Indian Territory (US Civil War)

1861-05-03

Gen Winfield Scott presents his Anaconda Plan for the North against the South in American Civil War

1861-05-06

Jefferson Davis approves a bill declaring War between US & Confederacy

1861-05-16

Twiggs Surrender, San Antonio, Texas during US Civil war

1861-05-16

Confederate government offers war volunteers $10 premium

1861-05-20

Kentucky proclaims its neutrality in Civil War

1861-05-24

Maj Gen Benjamin Butler declares slaves "contraband of war"

1861-06-01

1st skirmish in Civil War, Fairfax Court House, Va

1861-06-01

British territorial waters & ports off-limits during Civil War

1861-06-03

1st Civil War land battle-Union defeats Confederacy at Philippi, WV

1861-06-08

American Civil War: Tennessee votes to secede from the Union.

1861-07-01

War Dept decrees that Kansas and Tennessee are to be canvassed for volunteers

1861-07-16

Battle of Bull Run, the 1st major battle of the Civil War, is fought

1861-07-21

1st major battle of Civil War ends (Bull Run), Va - South wins

1861-07-25

Washington DC - Crittenden resolution is passed stating that the war is to be fought to preserve union & uphold the Constitution, not to alter slavery

1861-08-10

Battle of Wilson's Creek (Oak Hills) Missouri during US Civil War - General Lyon killed

1861-08-29

American Civil War: US Navy squadron captures forts at Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina.

1861-09-13

1st naval battle of Civil War, Union frigate "Colorado" sinks privateer "Judah" off Pensacola, Fla

1861-10-25

First Battle of Springfield in Missouri during US Civil War, Union victory

1861-11-02

American Civil War: Western Department Union General John C. Fremont is relieved of command and replaced by David Hunter.

1861-12-09

American Civil War: The Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War is established by the U.S. Congress.

1861-12-19

Battle of Black Water (American Civil War)

1862-01-26

Lincoln issues General War Order #1, calling for a Union offensive, General George McClellan ignores order

1862-03-03

Union forces under General Pope lay siege to New Madrid, Missouri (US Civil War)

1862-03-31

Civil War action at Island #10 on Mississippi River

1862-04-04

Battle of Yorktown (US Civil War) begins

1862-04-04

US begins Peninsular Campaign aimed at capturing Richmond during US Civil War

1862-04-29

New Orleans fell to Union forces during US Civil War

1862-05-01

Major General Benjamin Butler's Union forces occupy New Orleans in US Civil War

1862-06-02

Robert E. Lee takes command of Confederate armies of North Virgin during US Civil War

1862-06-30

Battle at Nelson's Farm/Glendale/Frayser's Farm, Virginia: Confederate assault attack. 6th day of 7 days battles US Civil War

1862-07-01

US Civil War: Day 7 of 7 Days-Battle of Malvern Hill (Poindexter's Farm) Union forces repel Confederate attack

1862-08-09

Battle of Cedar Mountain VA during US Civil War (Slaughter Mountain, Southwest Mountain)

1862-08-25

US Secretary of War authorizes Gen Rufus Saxton to arm 5,000 slaves

1862-08-29

2nd Battle of Bull Run Va (Manassas) during US Civil War

1862-09-14

Skirmish at Fox's Gap, American Civil War

1862-09-17

Battle of Antietam, bloodiest day in Civil War (Sharpsburg Md), 23,110 die

1862-09-17

American Civil War: The Allegheny Arsenal explosion results in the single largest civilian disaster during the war; 78 workers killed.

1862-09-30

First Battle of Newtonia (American Civil War), Newton County, Missouri

1862-11-17

Confederate Sec of War George B Randolph resigns

1862-12-31

-Jan 20th) Battle of Stone's River/Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennesse in American Civil War

1863-01-08

American Civil War: Second Battle of Springfield

1863-01-17

Civil War skirmish near Newtown, Virginia

1863-01-26

American Civil War: Massachusetts Governor receives permission from Secretary of War to raise a militia organization for men of African descent (54th Massachusetts Regiment)

1863-01-31

1st black Civil War regiment, SC Volunteers, mustered into US army

1863-04-30

-5/1] Battle of Snyder's Bluff, Virginia (part of the Vicksburg Campaign of the American Civil War): General Sherman beaten by Confederate forces

1863-05-14

American Civil War: The Battle of Jackson, MS takes place.

1863-05-22

War Dept establishes Bureau of Colored Troops

1863-05-28

1st black regiment (54 Mass) leaves Boston to fight in Civil War

1863-08-08

American Civil War: Tennessee's "military" Governor Andrew Johnson frees his personal slaves. Celebrated as a holiday by Tennessee African Americans (early 20th century)

1863-08-15

The Anglo-Satsuma War begins between the Satsuma Domain of Japan and the United Kingdom (Traditional Japanese date: July 2, 1863).

1863-09-20

Civil War Battle of Chickamauga, near Chattanooga Tenn, ends

1863-11-03

Battle of Grand Coteau in Southwestern Louisiana in the American Civil War

1864-01-27

Civil War skirmish at Kelly's Ford, Va

1864-02-01

2nd German-Danish war begins

1864-02-20

Civil War battle of Olustee, Florida

1864-04-09

Union surgeon Mary Edwards Walker is captured by Confederate troops and arrested as a spy during US Civil War.

1864-04-17

Grant suspends prisoner-of-war exchanges

1864-05-06

US Civil War: Battle of Port Walthall Junction, VA

1864-05-06

US Civil War: Battle of Wilderness - Confederate General longstreet seriously injured

1864-05-06

US Civil war: General Sherman begins advance to Atlanta Georgia

1864-05-12

US Civil war: Battle of Drewry's Bluff, VA (Ft Darling)

1864-05-12

US Civil War Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse, Virginia

1864-05-12

Battle of Todd's Tavern, VA (Sheridan's Raid), cavalry battle during US Civil War

1864-05-21

Russia declares an end to the Russian-Circassian War and many Circassians are forced into exile. The day is designated to be the Circassian Day of Mourning.

1864-05-30

Cavalry fight at Battle of Bethesda Church/Totopotomoy Creek Virginia during US Civil War

1864-06-03

General Robert E. Lee wins his last victory of Civil War at Battle of Cold Harbor

1864-07-29

American Civil War: Confederate spy Belle Boyd is arrested by Union troops and detained at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC.

1864-08-05

US Civil War Battle of Mobile Bay won by the Union led by Rear Admiral Farragut with the cry "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

1864-09-02

Union General William T. Sherman captures and burns Atlanta during US Civil War

1864-09-18

Hood's Tennessee campaign begins (also called The Franklin—Nashville Campaign), American Civil War

1864-09-27

Battle at Pilot Knob (Ft Davidson) American Civil War, Missouri: 1700 killed/injured

1864-10-28

Second Battle of Newtonia (American Civil War), Newton County, Missouri

1864-11-16

Union General William T. Sherman begins march to sea during Civil War

1864-11-22

American Civil War Battle at Griswoldville, Georgia, ends after 650 casualties

1865-01-31

Gen Robert E. Lee named Commander-in-Chief of Confederate Armies during US Civil War

1865-02-17

Columbia SC burns down during Civil War

1865-02-27

Civil War skirmish near Sturgeon, Missouri

1865-03-02

Conferate General Early's army is defeated at the battle of Waynesboro VA during American Civil War

1865-03-02

Second Taranaki War: The Volkner Incident in New Zealand.

1865-04-06

Battle of Sayler's Creek during US Civil War, 1/4rd of Lee's army cut off

1865-04-06

Skirmish at High Bridge VA (Appomattox) during US Civil war;

1865-04-09

US Civil War: Confederate General Robert E. Lee and 26,765 troops surrender at Appomattox Court House to US Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant

1865-05-12

Last land action of Civil war at Palmito Ranch, Texas

1865-05-13

Battle of Palmito Ranch, near Brownsville, Texas: final engagement of the American Civil War, Private John Jefferson Williams of B Company, 34th Regiment Indiana Infantry is last man killed

1865-11-06

American Civil War: CSS Shenandoah is the last Confederate combat unit to surrender after circumnavigating the globe on its cruise that sank or captured 37 vessels.

1865-12-05

Chincha Islands War: Peru allies with Chile against Spain.

1866-02-16

Spencer Compton Cavendish, Marquess of Hartington becomes the British Secretary of State for War.

1866-04-02

US President Johnson ends civil war in Ala, Ark, Fla, Ga, Miss, La, NC, SC, Tn & Va

1866-06-20

Italy declares war on Austria

1866-08-20

President Andrew Johnson formally declares US Civil War over

1866-08-23

Treaty of Prague ends Austro-Prussian war

1866-09-22

Decisive battle of Curupaity in the War of the Triple Alliance.

1867-08-12

US President A Johnson defies Congress suspending Secretary of War Edwin Stanton

1868-04-13

Abyssinian War ends as British and Indian troops capture Magdala and Ethiopian Emperor commits suicide

1868-05-14

Japanese Boshin War: end of the Battle of Utsunomiya Castle, former Shogunate forces withdraw northward to Aizu by way of Nikkō.

1868-12-01

John D Rockefeller begins anti oil war

1868-12-25

Despite bitter opposition, President A Johnson grants unconditional pardon to all persons involved in Southern rebellion (Civil War)

1869-08-16

Battle of Acosta Ñu: A Paraguay battalion made up of children is massacred by the Brazilian Army during the War of the Triple Alliance.

1870-01-16

Virginia becomes 8th state readmitted to US after Civil War

1870-02-17

Mississippi becomes 9th state readmitted to US after Civil War

1870-07-19

France declares war on Prussia; Franco-Prussian war begins

1871-05-10

Peace of Frankfurt-am-Main concluded between France & Germany ends Franco-Prussian war

1871-10-17

President Grant suspends writ of habeas corpus during US Civil War

1872-09-14

Britain pays US$15½m for damages during Civil War

1872-11-29

Indian Wars: The Modoc War begins with the Battle of Lost River.

1873-01-17

A group of Modoc warriors defeat the United States Army in the First Battle of the Stronghold, a part of the Modoc War.

1873-10-03

Captain Jack and companions are hanged for their part in the Modoc War.

1876-03-04

US Congress decides to impeach Minister of War Belknap

1876-06-30

Serbia declares war on Turkey

1876-07-03

Montenegro declares war on Turkey

1877-04-24

Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878: Russia declares war on Ottoman Empire.

1877-10-05

Chief Joseph surrenders, ending Nez Perce War

1878-02-02

Greece declares war on Turkey

1878-02-18

John Tunstall is murdered by outlaw Jessie Evans, sparking the Lincoln County War in Lincoln County, New Mexico.

1879-01-11

Zulu war against British colonial rule in South Africa begins

1879-01-12

British Zulu War begins: Lt-General Chelmsford invades Zululand

1879-03-23

War of the Pacific was fought between Chile and the joints forces of Bolivia and Peru. Chile successfully took over Arica and Tarapacá which left Bolivia as a landlocked country.

1879-04-05

Chile declares war on Bolivia and Peru, starting the War of the Pacific.

1879-05-21

War of the Pacific: Two Chilean ships blocking the harbor of Iquique (then belonging to Peru) battle two Peruvian vessels in the Battle of Iquique.

1879-06-01

Napoleon Eugene, the last dynastic Bonaparte, is killed serving with British forces in the Anglo-Zulu War. He is buried in Farnborough, Hampshire.

1879-10-08

War of the Pacific: the Chilean Navy defeats the Peruvian Navy in the Battle of Angamos, Peruvian Admiral Miguel Grau is killed in the encounter.

1880-06-07

War of the Pacific: The Battle of Arica, assault and capture of Morro de Arica (Arica Cape), that ended the Campaña del Desierto (Desert Campaign).

1881-03-23

Boers & Britain sign peace accord; end 1st Boer war

1883-01-02

Battle of Boschberg takes place in South Africa as part of the Mapoch War

1883-07-24

Arabi Pasha declares a holy war in Egypt

1884-10-06

Naval War College forms in Newport RI

1885-03-04

Grover Cleveland inaugrated as 1st US Democratic President since Civil War

1885-03-30

The Battle for Kushka triggers the Pandjeh Incident which nearly gives rise to war between the British Empire and Russian Empire.

1886-09-04

Apache Chief Geronimo surrenders ending last major US-Indian war

1888-03-02

The Convention of Constantinople is signed, guaranteeing free maritime passage through the Suez Canal during war and peace.

1895-02-24

Cuban war for independence begins

1895-04-17

Treaty of Shimonoseki signed, ends 1st Sino-Japanese War (1894-95)

1896-08-27

Britain defeated Zanzibar in a 38-minute war (9:02 AM-9:40 AM)

1896-11-11

Jules Vandenpeereboom becomes Belgium's minister of War

1897-04-05

The Greco-Turkish War, also called "Thirty Days' War", is declared between Greece and the Ottoman Empire.

1897-05-15

The Greek army retreats with heavy losses in the Greco-Turkish War.

1898-04-11

President McKinley asks for Spanish-American War declaration

1898-04-21

Spanish-American War: The U.S. Congress, on April 25, recognizes that a state of war exists between the United States and Spain as of this date.

1898-04-22

1st Spanish-American War action: USS Nashville, takes enemy ship

1898-04-24

Spanish-American War: Spain delares war after rejecting US ultimatum to withdraw from Cuba

1898-04-25

Spanish-American War: The United States declares state of war on Spain effective from 21st April.

1898-06-10

US Marines land in Cuba during Spanish-American War

1898-06-11

1st US Marines (600) land at Guantanamo Cuba during Spanish-American War

1898-07-04

US flag hoisted over Wake Island (Spanish-American War)

1898-07-17

Spanish American War - Spaniards surrender to US at Santiago Cuba

1898-08-12

Peace protocol ends Spanish-American War, signed

1898-08-13

US forces under George Dewey captures Manila during Spanish-Amer war

1898-12-10

Spanish-American War ends; US acquires Philippines, PR & Guam

1899-02-04

The Philippine-American War begins with fighting between American and Philippine revolutionary forces

1899-02-06

Spanish-American War ends, peace treaty ratified by Senate

1899-04-11

Treaty of Paris ratifies ends war; Spain cedes Puerto Rico to US

1899-10-11

South African Boers declare war on Great Britain

1899-10-12

South Africa Boer Republic declares war on Britain

1899-12-02

Philippine-American War: The Battle of Tirad Pass, termed "The Filipino Thermopylae", is fought.

1899-12-09

Boer War: During Seige of Ladysmith, Boers storm King's Post and Caesar's Camp - driven back

1899-12-23

British Field Marshall Lord Roberts departs Southampton to South Africa for the 2nd Boer War

1900-02-15

British troops relieve Kimberly, South Africa, a city under siege by the Boers since October 1899, during the Boer War.

1900-02-27

Battle at Pietershoogte during the Boer War

1900-03-18

Japan uses its influence over the government of Korea to deny Russia's efforts to obtain a concession for a naval station at the Korean Port of Masampo, a step in the lead up to the Russo-Japanese war

1900-03-27

Recognising that the war in South Africa is going to take a major commitment, Parliament passes the War Loan Act, calling for £35 million to support the fight against the Boers.

1900-03-31

At " Surprise of Sanna's Post" in the Second Boer War 150 troops under Brigadier General Robert Broadwood were killed.

1900-04-04

Assassination attempt on Prince of Wales, later British King Edward VII when shot by Jean-Baptiste Sipido in protest over Boer war

1900-06-29

The Imperial Chinese Court issues what is essentially a declaration of war against the foreigners in China and blames hostilities on them, giving license to Boxers for even greater ferocity

1900-07-03

The British evacuate Rustenburg and occupy Commando Nek and Silkaatsnek in the Anglo-Boer war

1900-09-13

Filipino resistance fighters defeat a small American column in the Battle of Pulang Lupa, during the Philippine-American War.

1900-09-15

A Boer delegation issues an appeal at the Hague, Netherlands, that the major powers intervene in the war in South Africa

1900-09-17

Philippine-American War: Filipinos under Juan Cailles defeat Americans under Colonel Benjamin F. Cheatham at Mabitac.

1900-11-05

Under US military control since the end of the Spanish-American War in 1898, Cuba now calls its own constitutional convention

1900-12-19

Kitchener offers protections to all Boers who will surrender and asks the Dutch community of Pretoria to convey this offer, but leaders in the field refuse to surrender; although organised military operations are largely over, the guerrilla war continues

1901-02-27

A General Committee of National Liberal Federation meets and adopts a resolution deploring the continuation of the war in South Africa and condemning the British Government's insistence on unconditional surrender by the Boers

1901-07-16

The Fawcett Commission headed by Millicent Fawcett is established as a result of an outcry against the treatment of Afrikaners in concentration camps during the South African War

1901-07-25

Emily Hobhouse addresses public meetings in Britain on the concentration camps during the South African War

1901-11-27

Army War College forms in Washington DC

1901-11-27

U.S. Army War College is established.

1902-01-10

Although it has professed neutrality in the Boer War, German Chancellor von Bulow joins others in attacking British actions in South Africa

1902-05-31

Boer War Ends; Treaty of Unity signed, Britain annexes Transvaal

1903-01-04

Topsy, an elephant, electrocuted by Thomas Edison during the War of Currents campaign.

1903-02-21

Cornerstone laid for US army war college, Washington, DC

1904-02-10

Japan and Russia declare war

1904-04-26

General Kuroko leads the Japanese Army against the large Russian force at the Yalu river during the Russo-Japanese War

1904-09-29

1st monument honoring Spanish American War erected (Monroeville Ohio)

1904-10-20

Bolivia and Chile sign a treaty ending the War of the Pacific; it recognizes Chile's possession of the coast, but provides for construction of a railway to link La Paz, Bolivia, to Arica on the coast

1905-03-25

Confederate battle flags captured during the American Civil War are returned to South

1905-06-08

US President Roosevelt sends identical notes to Japan and Russia urging them to negotiate an to to war and offering his personal services

1905-09-05

The Treaty of Portsmouth is signed concluding the Russo-Japanese War; US President Roosevelt will receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his role as mediator

1906-02-08

Without warning, Japanese torpedo boats make a night attack on Russian ships near the naval base at Port Arthur, Manchuria; there is confusion because no deceleration of war was given

1907-08-16

Mulay Hafid is proclaimed the Sultan of Morocco by supporters leading to civil war; Mulay is supported by Germany while France supports the existing Sultan

1907-11-13

The Conference of Central American States, convoked in response to the war between Honduras and Nicaragua, meets in Washington DC to promote unification

1907-12-21

Dutch government of De Master falls due to war budget

1911-06-30

Adolphe Messimy appointed French minister of War

1911-07-20

Generals Henry Wilson/Auguste Dubail sign plan for British Expeditionary army in case of war with Germany

1911-08-23

British premier Asquith holds secret meeting about British strategy in case of war with Germany

1911-09-29

Italy declares war on Turkey, starting the Italo-Turkish War

1911-09-29

Italy declares war on the Ottoman Empire.

1912-03-13

Bulgaria and Serbia conclude an alliance pact ostensibly against Austria, but it secretly provides for a possible war against Turkey

1912-04-18

Tripolitan War: in continuing hostilities, Turkey closes the Dardanelles Straits after an Italian naval bombardment of the coastline

1912-09-15

War between Turkey & Montenegro breaks out in Albania

1912-10-08

Montenegro declares war on Turkey, beginning 1st Balkan War

1912-10-17

Bulgaria, Greece & Serbia declares war on Turkey

1912-10-18

The First Balkan War breaks out, with Bulgaria, Serbia, and Greece opposed to Turkey

1912-10-18

The Treaty of Lausanne ends the Tripolitan War between Turkey and Italy

1912-11-25

Socialist International rejects that world war is coming

1912-12-03

First Balkan War: The Naval Battle of Elli takes place.

1912-12-21

Denmark, Norway & Sweden declare neutrality in Comende war

1913-03-26

Bulgaria captures Adrianople, ending the 1st Balkan War

1913-05-07

An ambassadorial conference in St Petersburg, Russia, awards the town of Silistria to Rumania in compensation for Bulgaria's other territorial gains in the First Balkan War

1913-05-30

1st Balkan War ends, Treaty of London

1913-06-25

American Civil War veterans begin arriving at the Great Reunion of 1913.

1913-06-29

The attack by Bulgarian General Michael Savov on Greek and Serbian positions leads to beginning of the second Balkan War

1913-07-01

Serbia & Greece declare war on Bulgaria

1913-07-10

Romania declares war on Bulgaria

1913-07-12

150,000 Ulstermen gather and resolve to resist Irish Home Rule by force of arms; since the British Liberals have promised the Irish nationalists Home Rule, civil war appears imminent

1913-07-30

Conclusion of 2nd Balkan War

1913-08-10

2nd Balkan War ends, Treaty of Bucharest, Bulgaria loses

1914-03-01

Dutch Minister of war H Colijn named director of British Petroleum

1914-07-05

Germany offers Austria war aid to fight against Russia in Serbia

1914-07-26

For the next two days, the foreign ministries and leaders of major states work feverishly to avert war

1914-07-28

Austria-Hungary decides against mediation and declares war on Serbia - first decalation of war of WWI

1914-07-29

In response to Austria's declaration of war on Serbia, Russian diplomats and general urge general mobilization, but the Tsar calls for partial mobilization

1914-07-31

German Emperor Wilhelm II threatens war, orders Russia to demobilize

1914-08-01

Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany declares war on his nephew Tsar Nicholas II (WW I) of Russia in WWI

1914-08-03

Germany invades Belgium & declares war on France in WW I

1914-08-04

WWI: Germany declares war on Belgium; Britain declares war on Germany

1914-08-04

WWI: King Albert I becomes Supreme Commander of Belgian army after German declaration of war

1914-08-04

WWI: Field Marshal Lord Kitchener becomes British Minister of War after British declaration of war on Germany

1914-08-05

Montenegro declares war against Austria-Hungary in World War I

1914-08-06

WWI: Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia

1914-08-06

WWI: Serbia declares war against Germany

1914-08-06

Denis Patrick Dowd Jr. enlists in the French Foreign Legion, becoming the first American to fight in World War I.

1914-08-08

Montenegro declares war on Germany

1914-08-11

France declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-08-12

Great Britain declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-08-13

France declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-08-15

The first large public gathering of Boers in South Africa who do not want to support Britain in a war against Germany; British authorities will try to repress this movement, but discontent spreads

1914-08-16

World War I: Battle of Cer begins.

1914-08-23

Japan declares war on Germany in World War I

1914-08-27

US war reporter Richard H Davis visits Leuven

1914-09-02

The US Treasury Department establishes the Bureau of War Risk Insurance to provide up to $5 million worth of insurance for merchant ships and their crews

1914-09-05

US President Wilson orders the US Navy to make its wireless stations accessible for any transatlantic communications - even to German diplomats sending coded messages; this will lead to the interception of the Zimmermann telegram, helping to bring the US into the war

1914-09-09

World War I: The creation of the Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade, the first fully mechanized unit in the British Army.

1914-09-09

Meeting held at Gaelic League headquarters between Irish Republican Brotherhood and other extreme republicans; initial decision made to stage an uprising while Britain is at war

1914-09-22

Louis Botha, premier of the Union of South Africa, assumes command of the armed forced after having dismissed General Beyers because of his resistance to aiding British in the war against Germany

1914-10-05

World War I first aerial combat resulting in a kill.

1914-10-09

German troops take Antwerp in World War I

1914-10-31

Great Britain & France declare war on Turkey

1914-11-02

Russia declares war on the Ottoman Empire

1914-11-05

Britain declares war on Turkey and annexes Cyprus, occupied since 1878; the immediate reason is to keep it from being taken by Turkey

1914-11-12

Turks sultan Jamal Pasja declares a German holy war

1914-11-28

World War I: Following a war-induced closure in July, the New York Stock Exchange re-opens for bond trading.

1914-12-16

World War I: German battleships under Franz Von Hipper bombard the English ports of Hartlepool and Scarborough.

1914-12-23

World War I: Australian and New Zealand troops arrive in Cairo, Egypt.

1914-12-31

As the year ends, the world finds itself engulfed in a war that would have seemed like and unimaginable nightmare only six months before

1915-02-22

Germany begins "unrestricted" submarine war

1915-03-05

World War I: The LZ 33, a zeppelin, is damaged by enemy fire and stranded south of Ostend.

1915-04-18

French pilot Roland Garros is shot down and glides to a landing on the German side of the lines during World War I.

1915-05-23

Italy declares war on Austria-Hungary during WW I

1915-06-09

US President Wilson sends the second Lusitania note to Germany demanding reparations and prevention of 'recurrence of anything so obviously subversive of the principles of warfare'; Wilson refuses to recognize the 'war zone' that Germany has proclaimed around the British Isles

1915-07-03

After exploding a bomb in the US Senate reception room the previous day, Erich Muenter, an instructor in German at Cornell University, shoots JP Morgan for representing the British government in war contract negotiations

1915-08-19

World War I: the Battle of Van begins

1915-08-21

Italy declares war on Turkey in World War One

1915-08-25

The British decide to try capture Constantinople and force Turkey out of the war; 78,000 ANZAC troops land at Gallipoli

1915-09-05

Anti-war conference in Zimmerwald, Switzerland

1915-10-05

Bulgaria enters World War I as one of the Central Powers.

1915-10-16

Great Britain declares war on Bulgaria

1915-10-19

Russia/Italy declares war on Bulgaria

1915-10-27

Andrew Fisher is replaced as Labour Prime Minister by William 'Billy' Hughes, who will advocate a more active role for Australians in the war

1915-12-12

Aristide Briand forms French war government

1915-12-28

Today the British Cabinet recognizes the true nature of the war by deciding to institute compulsory military service, with single men to be conscripted before married ones

1916-01-08

World War I: Allied forces withdraw from Gallipoli.

1916-01-24

The Military Service Bill, calling for conscription of men for war services, passes in the British House of Commons

1916-02-22

The House-Grey Memorandum, drafted by US and Britain, states: 'Should the Allies accept [the American idea of a conference to end the war] and should Germany refuse it, the United States would "probably" enter the war against Germany'

1916-03-09

Germany declares war against Portugal

1916-06-14

The Democratic Convention convenes in St Louis; Wilson campaigns on the slogan 'he kept out out of the war'

1916-06-14

Representatives of eight Allied nations hold an economic conference in Paris at which they discuss ways to cripple their enemies economic power during and after the war

1916-08-02

World War I: Austrian sabotage causes the sinking of the Italian battleship Leonardo da Vinci in Taranto.

1916-08-27

Romania declares war on Austria-Hungary

1916-08-28

Germany declares war on Romania

1916-08-28

Italy declares war against Germany during WW I

1916-09-01

Bulgaria declares war on Romania

1916-09-15

Debut of tanks in war, "Little Willies" at Battle of Flers-Courcelette (part of the Battle of the Somme)

1916-09-17

World War I: Manfred von Richthofen [The Red Baron], a flying ace of the German Luftstreitkräfte, wins his first aerial combat near Cambrai, France.

1916-09-30

Eleftherios Venizelos announces he is forming a Provisional Government in Crete as an alternative to the one in Athens; he is determined to bring Greece into the war on the side of the Allies

1916-11-26

Greece declares war on Germany

1916-11-26

Addressing the Chamber of Commerce in Cincinnati, US President Wilson declares that 'The business of neutrality is over. The nature of modern war leaves no state untouched'

1916-12-01

There is virtual civil war in Greece as royalists fight Venizelist, and the Allies determine on a Venizelist victory

1916-12-06

World War I: The Central Powers capture Bucharest.

1916-12-11

David Lloyd George forms British war government

1916-12-23

World War I: Battle of Magdhaba - Allied forces defeat Turkish forces in Egypt's Sinai peninsula.

1917-01-09

World War I: the Battle of Rafa occurs near the Egyptian border with Palestine.

1917-01-10

The Allied Governments respond to US President Wilson's December 1916 note, giving their terms for ending the war

1917-02-01

German Admiral Tirpitz announces unlimited submarine war

1917-03-11

World War I: Baghdad falls to Anglo-Indian forces commanded by General Stanley Maude.

1917-04-02

US President Wilson asks Congress to declare war against Germany

1917-04-06

US declares war on Germany, enters World War I

1917-06-13

World War I: the deadliest German air raid on London during World War I is carried out by Gotha G bombers and results in 162 deaths, including 46 children, and 432 injuries.

1917-08-06

World War I: Battle of Mărăşeşti between the Romanian and German armies begins.

1917-08-14

China declares war on Germany & Austria at start of WW I

1917-08-17

Italy declares war on Turkey

1917-10-15

World War I: At Vincennes outside of Paris, Dutch dancer Mata Hari is executed by firing squad for spying for Germany.

1917-10-26

World War I:Brazil declared in state of war with Central Powers.

1917-10-31

World War I: Battle of Beersheba in southern Palestine- "last successful cavalry charge in history"

1917-12-07

US becomes 13th country to declare war on Austria during World War I

1917-12-15

World War I: An armistice is reached between the new Russian Bolshevik government and the Central Powers.

1918-01-08

Pres Wilson outlines his 14 points for peace after the Great War

1918-01-19

Finnish Civil War: The first serious battles between the Red Guards and the White Guard.

1918-01-26

Herbert Hoover, US Food Administrator, calls for "wheatless" & "meatless" days for war effort

1918-01-27

The first hostilities occurred in the Finnish Civil War.

1918-01-28

Finnish Civil War: Rebels seized control of the capital, Helsinki, and members of the Senate of Finland go underground.

1918-03-07

World War I: Finland forms an alliance with Germany.

1918-04-21

World War I: German fighter ace Baron Manfred von Richthofen, known as "The Red Baron", is shot down and killed over Vaux sur Somme in France. Canadian pilot Captain Arthur Roy Brown was credited with the kill.

1918-05-15

43rd Preakness: Johnny Loftus aboard War Cloud wins in 1:53.6

1918-05-15

The Finnish Civil War ends.

1918-07-19

Wash catcher Eddie Ainsmith applies for deferment from the draft Sec of War Newton D Baker rules baseball players are not draft exempt

1918-07-20

World War I: German troops cross the Marne.

1918-08-02

Japan announces that it is deploying troops to Siberia in the aftermath of World War I.

1918-08-17

Samuel Riddle buys Man o'War for $5,000

1918-09-26

World War I: Battle of Meuse.

1918-10-01

World War I: Arab forces under T. E. Lawrence (a/k/a "Lawrence of Arabia") capture Damascus.

1919-01-21

Sinn Fein creates its own Free Irish parliament (dáil eireann) in Dublin, which brought about the Irish War of Independence.

1919-02-14

The Polish-Soviet War begins.

1919-05-03

Afghanistan Emir Amanoellah begins war against Great Britain

1919-05-08

Edward George Honey first proposes the idea of a moment of silence to commemorate The Armistice of World War I, which later results in the creation of Remembrance Day.

1919-05-17

War Department (UK) orders use of National Star Insignia on all airplanes.

1919-05-19

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk lands at Samsun on the Anatolian Black Sea coast, initiating what was later termed the Turkish War of Independence. The anniversary of this event is the official date of commemoration of the Pontic Greek Genocide in Greece and Cyprus.

1919-06-06

Finland declares war on bolsheviks

1919-07-19

Following Peace Day celebrations marking the end of World War I, ex-servicemen rioted and burnt down Luton Town Hall.

1919-08-13

Man o'War's only defeat (Upset wins at Saratoga)

1920-05-18

46th Preakness: Clarence Kummer aboard Man o' War wins in 1:51.6

1920-06-12

52nd Belmont: Clarence Kummer aboard Man o' War wins in 2:14.2

1920-10-12

Man O'War's last race & win

1920-11-11

Great Britain's monument to her war dead, the Cenotaph in Whitehall, designed by Edwin Lutyens, unveiled

1920-11-28

Kilmichael Ambush, Battle of the Irish War of Independence.

1921-07-02

Warren G. Harding signs a joint congressional resolution declaring the official end of war with Germany

1922-06-28

The Irish Civil War starts when Irish Free State forces attack anti-treaty republicans in Dublin.

1922-10-06

The great powers of the first world war withdraw from Istanbul

1922-12-15

IVVV (association) peace congress on war forms in Hague

1923-06-19

Baldwin-Mellon-agreement concerning Britain entering the war

1924-09-03

Civil war breaks out in China (Gen Tsi moves to Shanghai)

1924-11-10

Dion O'Banion, leader of the North Side Gang is assassinated in his flower shop by members of Johnny Torrio's gang, sparking the bloody gang war of the 1920s in Chicago.

1925-03-09

Pink's War, the first RAF operation conducted independently of the Army or Navy, begins.

1925-07-20

Beirut sultan Pasja al-Atrasj calls Druzen for holy war against France

1925-08-18

Belgian & US sign treaty about war debts

1925-11-12

US & Italy sign peace accord about war debts

1926-02-25

Kwo-Min-Tang (Guomindang) declares war on government/warlords

1927-05-27

Japanese military intervention in Chinese civil war

1927-07-16

Augusto Sandino begins 5½ year war against US occupation of Nicaragua

1927-07-24

The Menin Gate war memorial is unveiled at Ypres.

1928-08-27

Kellogg-Briand Pact, 60 nations agree to outlaw war

1929-05-19

General Feng Yu-Xiang of China declares war on Chiang Kai-Shek government

1929-07-24

President Hoover proclaims Kellogg-Briand Pact which renounces war

1931-09-10

Lord Cecil of British government says War was never so improbable

1931-09-28

Peking (200,000 demonstrators demand declaration of war on Japan)

1932-05-29

The Bonus Army of World War I veterans begins to assemble in Washington, DC in to request cash bonuses promised to them to be paid in 1945.

1932-06-17

Bonus Army: around a thousand World War I veterans amass at the United States Capitol as the U.S. Senate considers a bill that would give them certain benefits.

1932-07-20

In Washington, D.C., police fire tear gas on World War I veterans part of the Bonus Expeditionary Force who attempt to march to the White House.

1932-07-28

Battle between unemployed war veterans & federal troops, 4 die

1932-07-29

Great Depression: in Washington, DC, U.S. troops disperse the last of the "Bonus Army" of World War I veterans.

1932-08-27

International anti-war congress opens in Amsterdam

1932-08-29

International Anti-War Committee forms in Amsterdam

1933-05-10

Paraguay declares war on Bolivia

1933-06-30

50,000 demonstrate in Antwerp against fascism/war

1934-02-12

The Austrian Civil War begins.

1934-02-16

Austrian Civil War ends with the defeat of the Social Democrats and the Republican Schutzbund.

1935-06-12

Weapons pact ends 3 year war of Gran Chaco (Bolivia vs Paraguay)

1935-06-14

Chaco War between Bolivia & Paraguay ends

1936-07-17

Spanish generals Francisco Franco and Emilio Mola lead a right-wing uprising, starting the Spanish Civil War

1936-07-18

Spanish Civil War : General Francisco Franco issues manifesto and leds uprising with army in Morocco

1936-07-26

The Axis Powers decide to intervene in the Spanish Civil War.

1936-12-12

Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek declares war on Japan

1937-02-21

The League of Nations bans foreign national "volunteers" in the Spanish Civil War.

1937-05-08

63rd Kentucky Derby: Charley Kurtsinger on War Admiral wins 2:03.2

1937-05-15

63rd Preakness: Charley Kurtsinger aboard War Admiral wins in 1:58.4

1937-06-05

69th Belmont: Charley Kurtsinger aboard War Admiral wins in 2:28.6

1937-07-07

Japanese & Chinese troops clash, (Marco Polo Bridge), beginning of Second Sino-Japanese War

1937-07-26

End of the Battle of Brunete in the Spanish Civil War.

1937-08-13

Japanese attack at the beinnging of the Battle of Shanghai during Second Sino-Japanese War. Involves nearly 1 million troops

1937-08-14

China declares war on Japan

1937-08-24

In the Spanish Civil War, the Basque Army surrenders to the Italian Corpo Truppe Volontarie following the Santoña Agreement.

1937-09-05

Spanish Civil War: Llanes falls.

1937-09-06

Spanish Civil War: The start of the Battle of El Mazuco.

1937-09-22

Spanish Civil War: Peña Blanca is taken; the end of the Battle of El Mazuco.

1937-11-05

Hitler informs his military leaders in a secret meeting of his intentions of going to war

1938-05-25

Spanish Civil War: The bombing of Alicante takes place, with 313 deaths.

1938-06-17

Japan declares war on China

1938-09-28

Dutch Premier Colijn sends radio message "No war coming"

1938-10-30

Orson Welles panics the USA with broadcast of HG Welles' "War of the Worlds"

1938-11-01

Seabiscuit beats War Admiral in a match race at Pimlico

1939-03-17

Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945): The Battle of Nanchang between the Kuomintang and the Japanese breaks out.

1939-03-28

Spanish Civil War ends, Madrid falls to Francisco Franco

1939-04-01

US recognizes Franco government in Spain at end of Spanish civil war. Pope Pius XII congratulates Generalissimo Franco's victory in Spain

1939-09-01

Switzerland mobilizes its forces and the Swiss Parliament elects Henri Guisan to head the Swiss Army (an event that can happen only during war or mobilization).

1939-09-03

WWII: Britain declares war on Germany after invasion of Poland. France follows 6 hours later quickly joined by Australia, New Zealand, South Africa & Canada

1939-09-04

Dutch 2nd Chamber affirms Neth's in a State of War

1939-09-05

New Zealand Prime Minister, Michael Joseph Savage declares New Zealand's support for Britain in the war with Germany; Savage famously told the nation 'where she goes, we go. Where she stands,we stand'

1939-09-06

South Africa declares war on Nazi-Germany

1939-09-06

World War II: The Battle of Barking Creek.

1939-09-08

FDR declares "limited national emergency" due to war in Europe

1939-09-10

Canada declares war on Germany

1939-09-10

Canada, under the leadership of Mackenzie King, declares war on Germany

1939-09-11

Iraq & Saudi Arabia declare war on nazi-Germany

1939-09-30

Britain first evacuates citizens in anticipation of war.

1939-10-06

Adolf Hitler denies he intends to go to war against France & Britain

1939-10-06

Last Polish army is defeated in World War II.

1939-11-06

World War II: 'Sonderaktion Krakau' - a Nazi operation against academics in Kraków, Poland

1939-12-24

World War II: Pope Pius XII makes a Christmas Eve appeal for peace.

1940-01-08

World War II: Britain introduces food rationing.

1940-01-12

World War II: Soviets bombs cities in Finland.

1940-02-29

Finland initiates Winter War peace negotiations

1940-03-13

Finland-Russian cease fire signed, the Winter War ends. Finland gives up Karelische

1940-03-18

Benito Mussolini joins Hitler in Germany's war against France & Britain

1940-04-22

Rear Adm Joseph Taussig testifies before US Senate Naval Affairs Committee that war with Japan is inevitable

1940-05-10

World War II: The first German bombs of the war fall on England at Chilham and Petham, in Kent.

1940-05-27

World War II: In the Le Paradis massacre, 97 soldiers from a Royal Norfolk Regiment unit are shot after surrendering to German troops.

1940-06-10

Italy declares war on France & Britain during WW II

1940-06-10

Canada declares war on Italy.

1940-06-11

Italy declares war on allies/raids Malta

1940-06-11

World War II: British forces bomb Genoa and Turin in Italy.

1940-06-11

World War II: First attack of the Italian Air force on the island of Malta.

1940-06-17

World War II: sinking of the RMS Lancastria by the Luftwaffe near Saint-Nazaire, France.

1940-07-11

Marshall Henri Petain, French hero of World War One, becomes head of the collaborative Vichy government of France.

1940-08-07

Alsace Lorraine is annexed by the Third Reich (Germany) during World War II

1940-10-07

World War II: the McCollum memo proposes bringing the U.S. into the war in Europe by provoking the Japanese to attack the United States.

1940-10-29

Secretary of War Henry L Stimson drew 1st number-258-in 1st peacetime military draft in US history

1940-11-16

World War II: In response to Germany's leveling of Coventry, England two days before, the Royal Air Force bombs Hamburg.

1940-11-20

World War II: Hungary, Romania and Slovakia join the Axis Powers.

1940-12-22

World War II: Himarë is captured by the Greek army.

1941-01-02

World War II: German bombing severely damages the Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, Wales.

1941-01-02

World War II: The U.S. government announces its Liberty ship program to build freighters in support of the war effort.

1941-01-10

World War II: The Greek army captures Kleisoura.

1941-01-16

War Dept forms 1st Army Air Corps squadron for black cadets

1941-01-17

Kuomintang forces under orders from Chiang Kai-Shek open fire at communist forces, resuming the Chinese Civil War after World War II.

1941-01-28

French-Thai War: Final air battle of the conflict. Japanese-mediated armistice goes into effect later in the day.

1941-03-02

World War II: First German military units enter Bulgaria after it joined the Axis Pact.

1941-03-04

The United Kingdom launches Operation Claymore on the Lofoten Islands, during World War II.

1941-03-22

Jimmy Stewart is inducted into the Army, becoming the first major American movie star to wear a military uniform in World War II

1941-04-17

World War II: The Kingdom of Yugoslavia surrenders to Germany.

1941-06-22

Germany, Italy & Romania declare war on Soviet Union

1941-06-25

Finland declares war on Soviet Union

1941-06-30

World War II: Operation Barbarossa - Germany captures Lviv, Ukraine.

1941-07-07

World War II: Beirut is occupied by Free France and British troops.

1941-07-13

World War II: Montenegrins start popular uprising against the Axis Powers (Trinaestojulski ustanak).

1941-09-03

1First use of Zyclon-B gas in Auschwitz (on Russian prisoners of war)

1941-09-11

World War II: The U.S. Navy is ordered to attack German U-boats.

1941-09-17

World War II: A decree of the Soviet State Committee of Defense, restoring Vsevobuch in the face of the Great Patriotic War, is issued

1941-10-27

Chicago Daily Tribune editorialize there will not be war with Japan

1941-10-30

USS Reuben James torpedoed by Germans, even though US is not in war

1941-11-29

Passenger ship Lurline sends radio signal of sighting Jap war fleet

1941-12-01

Japanese emperor Hirohito signs declaration of war

1941-12-08

London: Dutch government declares war on Japan

1941-12-08

US & Britain declare war on Japan, US enters WW II

1941-12-09

China declares war on Japan, Germany & Italy

1941-12-11

Dutch government in London declares war on Italy

1941-12-11

Germany & Italy declare war on US

1941-12-15

The American Federation of Labor adopts a no-strike policy in war industries.

1941-12-17

World War II: Beginning of the Siege of Sebastopol.

1941-12-20

World War II: First battle of the American Volunteer Group, better known as the "Flying Tigers" in Kunming, China.

1942-01-02

WWII: 28 nations at war with Axis powers, pledge no separate peace deals

1942-01-12

National War Labor Board created

1942-01-13

Allied Conference on war trials

1942-01-13

Interallied war trial conference publishes St James Declaration

1942-01-13

World War II: First use of aircraft ejection seat by a German test pilot in a Heinkel He 280 jet fighter.

1942-02-02

US auto factories switch from commercial to war production

1942-02-08

Congress advises FDR that, Americans of Japanese descent should be locked up en masse so they wouldn't oppose the US war effort

1942-02-09

Daylight Savings War Time goes into effect in US

1942-02-20

Lt E H O'Hare single-handedly shoots down 5 Japanese heavy bombers, becomes America's first World War II flying ace

1942-02-22

World War II: President Franklin Roosevelt orders General Douglas MacArthur out of the Philippines as American defenses collapse

1942-03-29

The Bombing of Lübeck in World War II was the first major success for the RAF Bomber Command against Germany and a German city.

1942-05-10

World War II: The Thai Phayap Army invades the Shan States during the Burma Campaign.

1942-05-22

Mexico declares war on Nazi-Germany & Japan

1942-06-05

USA declares war on Bulgaria, Hungary & Romania

1942-06-13

FDR creates Office of War with Elmer Davis as head

1942-06-13

The United States opens its Office of War Information.

1942-06-23

World War II: Germany's latest fighter, a Focke-Wulf FW190 is captured intact when it mistakenly lands at RAF Pembrey in Wales.

1942-07-23

World War II: Operation Edelweiss (a German plan to gain control over the Caucasus) begins.

1942-08-21

World War II: a Nazi flag is installed atop the Mount Elbrus.

1942-08-22

Brazil declares war on Germany, Japan & Italy

1942-08-23

World War II: The last cavalry charge in history takes place at Izbushensky.

1942-08-27

Cuba declares war on Germany, Japan & Italy

1942-09-12

Free-Poland & Belgium asks pope to condemn nazi-war crimes

1942-11-12

In World War II, battle of Guadalcanal began

1942-11-15

World War II: First flight of the Heinkel He 219.

1942-12-01

The Beveridge Report is published by the British government unveiling plans for a post-war welfare state

1942-12-17

Allies in London sentence German war criminals

1942-12-22

World War II: Adolf Hitler signs the order to develop the V-2 rocket as a weapon.

1943-01-05

William H Hastie, civilian aide to secretary of war, resigns to protest segregation in armed forces

1943-01-13

Hitler declares "Total War"

1943-02-09

FDR orders minimal 48 hour work week in war industry

1943-02-14

World War II: Rostov-on-Don, Russia is liberated.

1943-02-16

World War II: The USSR reconquers Kharkov.

1943-02-20

American movie studio executives agree to allow the Office of War Information to censor movies.

1943-03-14

World War II - The Kraków Ghetto is 'liquidated'.

1943-04-08

U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, in an attempt to check inflation, freezes wages and prices, prohibits workers from changing jobs unless the war effort would be aided thereby, and bars rate increases to common carriers and public utilities.

1943-04-30

Dutch strike against forced labor in Nazi Germany's war industry

1943-05-17

World War II: the Dambuster Raids by No. 617 Squadron RAF on German dams.

1943-05-27

US forbids racial discrimination in war industry

1943-07-28

World War II: Operation Gomorrah: The British bomb Hamburg causing a firestorm that kills 42,000 German civilians.

1943-08-05

World War II: at around 11 A.M during the Battle of Troina, Mount Etna erupts sending ash and lava miles into the sky.

1943-09-17

World War II: The Russian city of Bryansk is liberated from Nazis.

1943-10-13

Italy declares war on former Axis partner Germany

1943-10-26

World War II: First flight of the Dornier Do 335 "Pfeil".

1943-10-31

World War II: F4U Corsair accomplishes the first successful radar-guided interception.

1943-11-16

World War II: American bombers strike a hydro-electric power facility and heavy water factory in German-controlled Vemork, Norway.

1944-01-03

World War II: Top Ace Major Greg "Pappy" Boyington is shot down in his Corsair by Captain Masajiro Kawato flying a Zero.

1944-01-22

During World War II, Allied forces begin landing at Anzio Italy

1944-01-29

World War II: The Battle of Cisterna takes place in central Italy.

1944-01-29

World War II: About 38 men, women, and children die in the Koniuchy massacre in Poland.

1944-01-30

World War II: United States troops land on Majuro.

1944-02-03

World War II: United States troops capture the Marshall Islands.

1944-02-20

World War II: The "Big Week" began with American bomber raids on German aircraft manufacturing centers.

1944-02-21

"War As It Happens" news show premieres on NBC TV (NYC only)

1944-02-24

Argentina coup by Juan Peron minister of war

1944-04-05

World War II: 270 inhabitants of the Greek town of Kleisoura are executed by the Germans.

1944-06-10

World War II: In Distomo, Boeotia Prefecture, Greece 218 men, women and children are massacred by German troops.

1944-06-19

World War II: First day of the 2 day Battle of the Philippine Sea, US naval forces defeat Japanese fleet

1944-06-26

Yanks, Dodgers & Giants play unique 6 inn game for War Bonds, each playing successive innings, final score Dodgers-5, Yanks-1 & Giants-0

1944-06-30

World War II: The Battle of Cherbourg ends with the fall of the strategically valuable port to American forces.

1944-07-09

In World War II, US troops secure Saipan as Japan fell

1944-07-25

World War II: Operation Spring - one of the bloodiest days for Canadians during the war: 18,444 casualties, including 5,021 killed.

1944-09-08

Russians march into Bulgaria; Bulgaria declares war on Germany

1944-09-19

Armistice between Finland and Soviet Union is signed. (End of the Continuation War).

1944-09-23

Proclamation No. 30 was issued, declaring the existence of a state of war between the Philippines and the United States and the United Kingdom

1944-11-01

World War II: Units of the British Army land at Walcheren in the Netherlands.

1944-11-19

World War II: U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt announces the 6th War Loan Drive, aimed at selling $14 billion USD in war bonds to help pay for the war effort.

1944-11-25

World War II: A German V-2 rocket hits a Woolworth's store in Deptford, United Kingdom, killing 160 shoppers.

1944-12-03

The Greek Civil War breaks out in a newly-liberated Greece, between communists and royalists.

1944-12-31

World War II: Hungary declares war on Germany.

1945-01-07

The last surface engagement between Allies and Japanese in the Pacific campaign, World War II

1945-01-20

The Hungarian Provisional Government concludes an armistice with the USSR, US, and Britain, agree to pay reparations and to join the war against Germany

1945-01-23

World War II: Karl Dönitz launches Operation Hannibal.

1945-02-04

Roosevelt, Churchill & Stalin meet at Yalta in the Crimea to discuss the final phase of the war

1945-02-14

World War II: Prague is bombed probably due to a mistake in the orientation of the pilots bombing Dresden.

1945-02-14

World War II: Mostar is liberated by Yugoslav partisans.

1945-02-16

Venezuela declares war on Nazi Germany

1945-02-21

Archbishop De Jong calls for help with war casualties

1945-02-24

Egypt & Syria declares war on nazi-Germany

1945-02-25

World War II: Turkey declares war on Germany.

1945-03-04

Finland declares war on nazi-Germany

1945-03-05

World War II: The Battle of the Ruhr begins.

1945-03-23

Largest operation in Pacific War (WWII), 1,500 US Navy ships bomb Japanese island of Okinawa

1945-03-27

World War II: Operation Starvation, the aerial mining of Japan's ports and waterways begins.

1945-03-29

World War II: Last day of V-1 flying bomb attacks on England.

1945-03-30

World War II: a defecting German pilot delivers a Messerschmitt Me 262A-1 to Americans.

1945-04-09

World War II: The Battle of Königsberg, East Prussia, ends.

1945-04-16

Colditz Castle, the high-security prisoner of war camp in Germany, is liberated by American troops.

1945-04-26

World War II: Battle of Bautzen - last successful German tank-offensive of the war and last noteworthy victory of the Wehrmacht.

1945-04-27

World War II: The Völkischer Beobachter, the newspaper of the Nazi Party, ceases publication.

1945-05-05

World War II: Admiral Karl Dönitz, leader of Germany after Hitler's death, orders all U-boats to cease offensive operations and return to their bases.

1945-05-06

World War II: Axis Sally delivers her last propaganda broadcast to Allied troops (first was on December 11, 1941).

1945-05-09

World War II: Partisans liberate Ljubljana.

1945-05-09

World War II: Hermann Göring is captured by the United States Army.

1945-05-09

World War II: The Soviet Union marks Victory Day.

1945-05-09

World War II: The Channel Islands are formally liberated by the British.

1945-05-15

World War II: The final skirmish in Europe is fought near Prevalje, Slovenia.

1945-07-05

World War II: Liberation of the Philippines declared.

1945-08-08

USSR declares war against Japan in WW II

1945-08-15

World War II: Korean Liberation Day.

1945-09-08

Hideki Tojo, Japanese PM during most of WW II, attempts suicide rather than face war crimes tribunal attempt fails, later he is hanged

1945-10-11

Chinese civil war begins, Chiang Kai-Shek vs Mao Zedong

1945-10-18

Nazi war crime trial opens in Nuremberg

1945-11-10

Heavy battle in Surabaya between Indonesian nationalists and returning colonialists after World War II, celebrated as Heroes' Day (Hari Pahlawan).

1945-12-31

Bradman scores 112, his 1st post-War century, SA v Aust Services

1946-02-12

World War II: Operation Deadlight ends after scuttling 121 of 154 captured U-boats.

1946-03-28

Cold War: The United States State Department releases the Acheson-Lilienthal Report, outlining a plan for the international control of nuclear power.

1946-03-31

The first election is held in Greece after World War II.

1946-04-29

28 former Jap leaders indicted in Tokyo as war criminals

1946-06-01

Ion Antonescu, Romanian soldier and politician convicted of war crimes, is executed.

1946-06-03

International Military Tribunal opens in Tokyo against 28 Japanese war criminals

1946-09-30

22 Nazi leaders found guilty of war crimes at Nuremberg

1946-10-01

12 Nazi war criminals sentenced to death in Nuremberg

1946-10-16

10 Nazi leaders hanged as war criminals after Nuremberg trials

1946-10-25

1st trial against nazi war criminals (Nuremberg)

1946-12-19

War breaks out in Indochina as Ho Chi Minh attacks French in Hanoi

1947-03-07

The Kuomintang and Communist Party of China resume full-fledged Civil War.

1947-05-03

New post-war Japanese constitution goes into effect.

1947-07-25

US Air Force, Navy & War Dept form US Department of Defense

1948-03-31

Congress passes Marshall Aid Act to rehabilitate war-torn Europe

1948-05-20

1st use of Israeli Air Force & 1st war victory, defeating Syrian army

1948-06-21

Rhodes conference on Israeli-Arab war opens

1948-09-05

In France, Robert Schuman becomes President of the Council while being Foreign minister, As such, he is the negotiator of the major treaties of the end of World War II.

1948-09-10

Bijz Criminal division sentences war criminal Jacob Folks to life

1948-09-24

Mildred Gillars (Axis Sally), an American broadcaster employed by the Third Reich in Nazi Germany to proliferate propaganda during World War II, pleads not guilty to eight chargs of treason in Washington, DC

1948-10-24

Bernard M Baruch introduces term "Cold War"

1948-11-12

Japanese premier Hideki Tojo sentenced to death by war crimes tribunal

1948-12-24

Greek government disbands due to state of war, press censorship

1949-02-12

Panic in Quito Ecuador, after "War of the World" played on radio

1949-07-20

Israel's 19 month war of independence ends

1949-11-06

Greek civil war ends

1950-02-01

USSR demands condemnation of Emperor Hirohito for war crimes

1950-06-28

North Korean forces capture Seoul, South Korea in opening phase of the Korean War

1950-07-03

1st time US & North Korean forces clash in Korean War

1950-07-12

Hague Council of Annulment convicts German war criminals W Lages, FH Van de Funten & F Fischer to death

1950-09-26

UN troops in Korean War recapture South Korean capital of Seoul

1950-11-08

1st jet-plane battle ever, in Korean War

1950-11-24

UN troops begin an assault intending to end Korean War by Christmas

1951-02-01

Alfred Krupp & 28 other German war criminals freed

1951-03-14

During Korean War, US/UN forces recapture Seoul

1951-05-21

The opening of the Ninth Street Show, otherwise known as the 9th Street Art Exhibition - a gathering of a number of notable artists, and the stepping-out of the post war New York avant-garde, collectively know as the New York School.

1951-07-09

US President Harry Truman asks Congress to formally end state of war with Germany

1951-07-26

Netherlands ends state of war with Germany

1951-10-19

US President Harry Truman formally ends state of war with Germany

1951-10-25

Peace talks aimed at ending Korean War resumed in Panmunjom

1952-09-24

Dutch minister Dark sentences war criminal W Lages to death

1952-11-29

US President-elect Eisenhower visits Korea to assess war

1953-08-05

Operation "Big Switch"; Korean War prisoner exchanged at Panmunjom

1954-09-03

Espionage & Sabotage Act of 1954 signed in the US, prompted by the cold war

1954-11-01

The Front de Libération Nationale fires the first shots of the Algerian War of Independence against France.

1955-01-15

USSR ends state of war with German Federal Republic

1955-01-25

Russia ends state of war with Germany

1955-03-16

President Eisenhower upheld the use of atomic weapons in case of war

1955-11-04

The rebuilt Vienna State Opera reopens with Ludwig van Beethoven's Fidelio after it was totally destroyed in World War II.

1956-02-01

Hague Daily Newspaper reveals war crimes of Hague mayor Schokking

1956-04-03

German war criminals Hinrichsen/Ruhl/Siebens/Viebahn freed

1956-05-09

War Reparations and Peace Settlement between Philippines and Japan was finally signed at Malacañang Palace under Magsaysay administration.

1956-07-05

France raises tobacco tax 20% due to war in Algeria

1957-11-07

Cold War: The Gaither Report calls for more American missiles and fallout shelters.

1957-12-21

Indonesia proclaims end to state of war

1958-05-30

Unidentified soldiers killed in WW II & Korean War buried in Arlington

1958-08-23

Chinese Civil War: The Second Taiwan Strait crisis begins with the People's Liberation Army's bombardment of Quemoy.

1958-09-14

Two rockets designed by the German engineer Ernst Mohr, the first German post-war rockets, reach the upper atmosphere.

1958-11-27

USSR abrogates Allied war-time agreements on control of Germany

1960-04-08

Neth & Germany sign accord concerning war casualties

1961-04-10

Adolf Eichmann tried as a war criminal in Israel

1961-09-01

The Eritrean War of Independence officially begins with the shooting of the Ethiopian police by Hamid Idris Awate

1961-12-09

SS Col Adolf Eichmann found guilty of war crimes in Israel

1961-12-11

Adolf Eichmann is found guilty of war crimes, in Israel

1962-02-18

France & Algerian Moslems negotiate truce to end 7 year war

1962-03-18

Algerian War ends after 7½ yrs (250,000 die), Ben Bella flees

1962-05-30

Benjamin Britten's "War Requiem" premieres

1962-08-30

Japan conducts a test of the NAMC YS-11, its first aircraft since the war and its only successful commercial aircraft from before or after the war.

1962-11-21

The Chinese People's Liberation Army declares a unilateral cease-fire in the Sino-Indian War.

1963-03-22

Brit Min of War John Profumo denies having sex with Christine Keeler

1963-06-04

British Minister of War John Profumo resigns due to Christine Keeler scandal

1964-01-08

President Lyndon B. Johnson declares "War on Poverty"

1964-03-15

LBJ asks for a War on Poverty

1964-09-30

"Oh What a Lovely War" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 125 perfs

1964-12-05

Vietnam War: for his heroism in battle earlier in the year, Captain Roger Donlon is awarded the first Medal of Honor of the war.

1965-01-16

"Oh What a Lovely War" closes at Broadhurst NYC after 125 performances

1965-03-25

West German Bondsdag extends war crimes retribution

1965-03-30

Vietnam War: A car bomb explodes in front of the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, killing 22 and wounding 183 others.

1965-06-10

Vietnam War: The Battle of Dong Xoai begins.

1965-11-27

15-25,000 demonstrate against war in Vietnam in Washington, DC

1966-01-10

Julian Bond denied seat in Ga legislature for opposing Vietnam War

1966-02-02

Pakistan suggests a six-point agenda with Kashmir dispute as number one item for the proposed Indo-Pak ministerial talks after 1965 war.

1966-03-27

Anti Vietnam war demonstrations in US, Europe & Australia

1966-03-31

25,000 anti war demonstrators march in NYC

1966-05-21

A loyalist group calling itself the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) issued a statement declaring war on the Irish Republican Army (IRA)

1966-06-29

In the Vietnam War, US planes bombed Hanoi & Haiphong for 1st time

1966-08-06

US citizens demonstrate against war in Vietnam

1967-02-23

US troops begin largest offensive of Vietnam War

1967-04-14

In the Vietnam War, US planes bombed Haiphong for 1st time

1967-04-20

US planes bomb Haiphong for 1st time during Vietnam War

1967-04-24

Vietnam War: American General William Westmoreland says in a news conference that the enemy had "gained support in the United States that gives him hope that he can win politically that which he cannot win militarily."

1967-05-20

10,000 demonstrate against war in Vietnam

1967-06-05

6 day war between Israel & Arab neighbors begin

1967-06-10

Israel, Syria, Jordan, Iraq & Egypt end "6-Day War" with UN help

1967-06-12

Israel wins 6 day war

1967-07-06

Biafran War erupts as Nigerian forces invade starting Nigerian Civil war

1967-07-07

Beginning of the civil war in Biafra.

1967-10-21

Thousands opposing Vietnam War try to storm Pentagon

1967-11-03

Vietnam War: The Battle of Dak To begins.

1967-11-21

Vietnam War: American General William Westmoreland tells news reporters: "I am absolutely certain that whereas in 1965 the enemy was winning, today he is certainly losing."

1967-11-30

The Pakistan Peoples Party is founded by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto who becomes its first Chairman later as the Head of state and Head of government after the 1971 Civil War.

1967-12-05

Benjamin Spock & Allen Ginsberg arrested protesting against Vietnam war

1968-01-21

Vietnam War: Battle of Khe Sanh - One of the most publicized and controversial battles of the war begins.

1968-02-05

Vietnam War: Battle of Khe Sanh begins.

1968-02-18

10,000 demonstrators against US in Vietnam War in West-Berlin

1968-03-16

My Lai massacre occurs (Vietnam War); 450 die

1968-08-28

Police & anti-war demonstrators clash at Chicago's Demcratic National Convention

1969-03-20

US president Nixon proclaims he will end Vietnam war in 1970

1969-04-03

Vietnam War: U.S. Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird announces that the United States will start to "Vietnamize" the war effort.

1969-04-05

Vietnam War: Massive antiwar demonstrations occur in many U.S. cities.

1969-07-07

German newspaper Der Spiegel reveals Bishop Defregger of Munich is a war criminal

1969-07-14

"Futbol War" between El Salvador & Honduras begins

1969-07-14

Soccer war - Salvador-Honduras (1000 dead)

1969-10-15

Vietnam Moratorium Day; millions nationwide protest the war

1969-11-15

250,000 peacefully demonstrate in Wash DC against Vietnam War

1969-11-25

John Lennon returns OBE to protest against UK's support for Vietnam War

1969-12-16

"War is Over! If You Want It, Happy Christmas from John & Yoko" posters begin appearing

1970-01-12

Biafran War ends, Biafra surrenders to Nigeria

1970-01-12

Biafra capitulates, ending the Nigerian civil war.

1970-05-08

Construction workers break up an anti-war rally in NYC's Wall Street

1970-05-09

100,000s demonstrate against Vietnam War

1970-10-16

Pierre Trudeau invokes the War Measures Act as a response to the October Crisis, the only peacetime use of the War Measures Act in Canadian history.

1970-11-09

Trial of Seattle 8 anti-war protesters begins

1971-01-26

Dutch 2nd Chamber accepts law against limitation of war crimes

1971-04-25

About 200,000 anti-Vietnam War protesters march on Washington

1971-05-03

Nixon administration arrests 13,000 anti-war protesters in 3 days

1971-10-28

John & Yoko record "Happy Xmas (War is Over)" in NYC

1971-12-01

John & Yoko release "Happy Xmas (War is Over)" in US

1971-12-01

Cambodian Civil War: Khmer Rouge rebels intensify assaults on Cambodian government positions, forcing their retreat from Kompong Thmar and nearby Ba Ray.

1971-12-03

Indo-Pakistani War of 1971: India invades West Pakistan and a full scale war begins claiming hundreds of lives.

1972-01-24

Japanese Sgt. Shoichi Yokoi is found hiding in a Guam jungle, where he had been since the end of World War II.

1973-01-23

US President Nixon announces an accord has been reached to end Vietnam War

1973-01-27

US & North Vietnam's William Rogers & Nguyen Duy Trinh sign cease-fire, ending longest US war and miltary draft

1973-02-05

Funeral for LC William Nolde, last US soldier killed in Vietnam War

1973-07-20

The US Senate passes the War Powers Act.

1973-10-06

Yom Kippur War begins as Syria & Egypt attack Israel

1973-10-13

Jordan enters Yom Kippur war

1973-10-17

OPEC oil ministers agree to use oil weapon in Arab-Israeli War, mandate cut in exports, and recommend embargo against unfriendly states

1973-10-22

Security Council Resolution 338-cease fire to Yom Kippur War

1973-10-24

Yom Kippur War ends, Israel 65 miles from Cairo, 26 from Damascus

1973-11-15

Egypt & Israel exchange prisoners of war

1974-02-05

John Murtha becomes the first Vietnam War veteran elected to the Congress of the United States.

1974-03-07

"Monitor" (US Civil War Ship) restored at Cape Hatteras NC

1974-03-09

Last Japanese soldier, a guerrilla operating in Philippines, surrenders, 29 years after World War II ended

1974-04-02

Arganat Comm publishes report concerning Yom Kippur War

1974-04-11

WW II war criminal JP Philippa arrested

1974-09-16

Pres Ford announces conditional amnesty for US Vietnam War deserters

1975-04-02

Vietnam War: Thousands of civilian refugees flee from the Quang Ngai Province in front of advancing North Vietnamese troops.

1975-04-13

Christian Falange kills 27 Palestinians, begins Lebanese civil war

1975-04-29

Vietnam War: Operation Frequent Wind: The U.S. begins to evacuate US citizens from Saigon prior to an expected North Vietnamese takeover. U.S. involvement in the war comes to an end.

1975-08-15

Miki Takeo makes the first official pilgrimage to Yasukuni Shrine by an incumbent prime minister on the anniversary of the end of World War II.

1976-01-26

Belgium Catholic elite starts amnesty campaign for war criminals

1976-06-01

Great Britain & Iceland end the "cod war"

1976-06-28

Three British mercenaries are sentenced to death for their part in the Angolan civil war

1976-07-20

Vietnam War: The US military completes its troop withdrawal from Thailand.

1976-10-19

Battle of Aishiya, Lebanon during Lebanese Civil War.

1976-11-14

War criminal Pieter Menten captured 1 day after fleeing

1976-12-06

War criminal Pieter Menten arrested in Zurich

1977-01-21

US President Jimmy Carter pardons almost all Vietnam War draft evaders

1977-12-14

War criminal Pieter Menten sentenced in Amsterdam to 15 years

1978-06-01

High Council destroys judgment against war criminal Pieter Menten

1978-11-07

CDA-chairman W Aantjes resigns due to his war past

1978-12-04

Dutch war criminal Pieter Menten freed

1979-02-17

China invades Vietnam, marking the start of the Sino-Vietnamese War

1979-02-24

War between North & South Yemen begins

1979-08-18

Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini demands Saint War against Kurds

1980-05-29

"Billy Bishop Goes to War" opens at Morosco Theater NYC for 12 perfs

1980-06-07

"Billy Bishop Goes to War" closes at Morosco NYC after 12 perfs

1980-07-09

Dutch war criminal Pieter Menten sentenced to 10 years

1980-11-09

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein declares holy war against Iran

1980-11-18

Honduras & El Salvador signs peace (after "soccer war" 1969)

1980-11-20

United Nations Gulf War mediator Olof Palme makes first unsuccessful peace shuttle between Tehran and Baghdad

1981-06-06

Maya Yang Lin wins competition to design the Vietnam War Memorial

1981-11-30

Cold War: In Geneva, representatives from the United States and the Soviet Union begin to negotiate intermediate-range nuclear weapon reductions in Europe (the meetings ended inconclusively on December 17).

1981-12-11

El Mozote massacre: Salvadoran armed forces kill an estimated 900 civilians in an anti-guerrilla campaign during the country's civil war.

1981-12-14

Israel annexes Golan Heights (seized from Syria in war of 1967)

1982-03-19

Falklands War: Argentinian forces land on South Georgia Island, precipitating war with the U.K..

1982-04-05

Lord Carrington, British foreign secretary resigns due to Falklands war

1982-05-02

Falklands War: Argentine cruiser General Belgrano sunk by British submarine Conqueror, killing more than 350 men

1982-05-24

Liberation of Khorramshahr, Iranians recapture of the port city of Khorramshahr from the Iraqis during the Iran-Iraq War.

1982-05-26

British ship Atlantic Conveyor carrying Chinook helicopters & destroyer HMS Coventry were hit in Falkland war

1982-05-29

Pentagon plans 1st strategy to fight a nuclear war

1982-07-12

FEMA promises survivors of a nuclear war will get their mail

1982-09-06

Paul McCartney releases "Tug of War"

1982-10-14

President Reagan proclaims war against drugs

1982-11-13

Vietnam War Memorial dedicated in Washington DC

1983-01-25

Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie arrested in Bolivia

1983-02-24

A special commission of the U.S. Congress releases a report that condemns the practice of Japanese internment during World War II.

1983-09-26

Soviet military officer Stanislav Petrov averts a worldwide nuclear war by judging missile attack from the US an error.

1983-09-29

1st time Congress invokes War Powers Act

1983-11-20

100 million watch ABC-TV movie "Day After" about nuclear war

1983-11-25

Syria & Saudi Arabia announce cease-fire in PLO civil war in Tripoli

1984-03-27

Beginning of "tanker war": over the next 9 months, 44 ships, including Iranian, Iraqi, Saudi Arabian and Kuwaiti tankers, are attacked by Iraqi or Iranian warplanes or damaged by mines

1984-05-26

US President President Ronald Reagan rules out US military intervention in Iran-Iraq war

1985-03-01

Pentagon accepts theory that atomic war would cause a nuclear winter

1985-03-04

War veterans returned to the "Bridge over the River Kwai"

1985-10-12

Intl Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War receives Nobel Prize

1986-04-17

Netherlands & Scilly Islands sign peace treaty (war of 1651)

1986-05-14

Netherlands Institute for War Documentation publishes Anne Frank's complete diary

1987-04-20

US deports Karl Linnas to USSR, charged with Nazi war crimes

1987-05-28

Monitor, Civil War warship, is discovered by a deep sea robot

1988-02-29

NYC Mayor Koch calls Reagan a "WIMP" in the war on drugs

1988-03-20

Eritrean War of Independence: Having defeated the Nadew Command, the Eritrean People's Liberation Front enters the town of Afabet, victoriously concluding the Battle of Afabet.

1988-08-08

Russian troops begin pull out of Afghanistan after 9 year war

1988-08-08

Cease fire between Iran & Iraq takes effect after 8 years of war

1988-08-19

Iran-Iraq begin a cease-fire in their 8-year-old war (11 PM EDT)

1988-08-25

Iran & Iraq begin talks to end their 8 year war

1988-09-03

Estimated by this date 50,000 Kurdish civilians and soldiers killed by Iraq, many using chemical weapons, in aftermath of Iran-Iraq War

1988-12-05

Shuttle Atlantis launches world's 1st nuclear-war-fighting satellite

1989-01-27

German war criminals Fischer & Aus der Funten freed

1989-02-27

German war criminals Aus der Funten/Fischer, freed in Holland

1989-05-24

French war criminal Paul Touvier arrested in monastery in Nice

1989-12-03

Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and US President George H. W. Bush, declare the Cold War over

1990-04-19

Truce in Nicaragua's civil war

1990-09-23

PBS begins an 11 hour miniseries on Civil War

1990-10-09

Fear of war and long-term supply disruptions as Hussein threatens Israel

1990-11-04

Iraq says it is preparing for a "dangerous war"

1991-01-07

Saddam Hussein prepares his troops for what he says will be a long violent war against the US

1991-01-12

US Congress gives George Bush authority to wage war against Iraq

1991-01-20

Sudan's government imposes Islamic law nationwide, worsening the civil war between the country's Muslim north and Christian south.

1991-01-22

Gulf War. Three SCUDs and one Patriot missile hit Ramat Gan in Israel, injuring 96 people. Three elderly people die of heart attacks.

1991-02-21

USSR announces Iraq agrees to a proposal to end Persian Gulf War US calls the plan unacceptable

1991-02-22

Bush & US Gulf War allies give Iraq 24 hrs to begin Kuwait withdrawal

1991-02-24

US & allies begin a ground war assault on Iraqi troops

1991-02-27

Gulf War ends after Iraqi troops retreat and Kuwait is re-taken by the US

1991-03-02

Battle at Rumaila Oil Field brings end to the 1991 Gulf War.

1991-03-06

Following Iraq's capitulation in the Persian Gulf conflict, President Bush told Congress that "aggression is defeated. The war is over"

1991-04-03

UN Security Council adopts Gulf War truce resolution

1991-05-01

Angolan civil war ends

1991-05-31

Sides in Angola sign a treaty ending 16 year civil war

1991-06-08

Victory parade held in Wash DC (Persian Gulf War)

1992-01-12

13th ACE Cable Awards: CNN wins the Golden CableACE for the coverage of the Persian Gulf War

1992-01-13

Japan apologizes for forcing Korean women into sexual slavery during World War II.

1992-02-03

Defense opens calling Noriega "our ally in war on drugs"

1992-05-09

Armenian forces capture Shusha, marking a major turning point in the Karabakh War.

1992-07-26

Britain honours her dead in the Falklands war

1992-10-04

The Rome General Peace Accords ends a 16 year civil war in Mozambique.

1992-12-04

Somali Civil War: President George H. W. Bush orders 28,000 US troops to Somalia in Northeast Africa.

1993-05-24

Eritrea achieved independence from Ethiopia after 30-year civil war

1994-03-20

El Salvador's 1st pres election following 12-year-old civil war

1994-03-29

Serbs & Croats signed a cease-fire to end the war in Croatia

1994-07-25

Jordan & Israeli end 46 year state of war (Wash DC)

1994-11-20

The Angolan government and UNITA rebels sign the Lusaka Protocol in Zambia, ending 19 years of civil war (localized fighting resumed the next year).

1995-05-01

Croatian forces launch Operation Flash during the Croatian War of Independence.

1995-07-27

In Washington, DC, the Korean War Veterans Memorial is dedicated.

1996-05-06

Guatemala's leftist guerrillas sign key accord with government of President Alvaro Arzu aimed at ending 35 years of civil war

1996-05-10

2 US Marine helicopters collided during joint US & British war games

1996-08-23

Osama bin Laden issues message entitled 'A declaration of war against the Americans occupying the land of the two holy places.'

1997-10-25

After a brief civil war which has driven President Pascal Lissouba out of Brazzaville, Denis Sassou-Nguesso proclaims himself the President of the Republic of the Congo.

1998-02-28

Kosovo War: Serbian police begin the offensive against the Kosovo Liberation Army in Kosovo.

1999-03-24

Kosovo War: NATO commences air bombardment against Yugoslavia, marking the first time NATO has attacked a sovereign country.

1999-05-07

Kosovo War: In Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, three Chinese citizens are killed and 20 wounded when a NATO aircraft bombs the Chinese embassy in Belgrade.

1999-05-27

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, Netherlands indicts Slobodan Milošević and four others for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Kosovo.

1999-06-09

Kosovo War: the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and North Atlantic Treaty Organization sign a peace treaty.

1999-06-10

Kosovo War: NATO suspends its air strikes after Slobodan Milošević agrees to withdraw Serbian forces from Kosovo.

1999-06-12

Kosovo War: Operation Joint Guardian begins - a NATO-led United Nations peacekeeping force KFor enters the province of Kosovo in Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

1999-10-22

Maurice Papon, an official in the Vichy France government during World War II, is jailed for crimes against humanity.

2000-05-02

Her Royal Highness Princess Margriet of the Netherlands unveils the Man With Two Hats monument in Apeldoorn and the other in Ottawa on May 11, 2000. Symbolically linking both Netherlands and Canada for their assistance throughout World War II.

2000-11-16

Bill Clinton becomes the first U.S. President to visit Vietnam since the end of the Vietnam War.

2001-01-16

US President Bill Clinton awards former President Theodore Roosevelt a posthumous Medal of Honor for his service in the Spanish-American War.

2001-04-01

Former president of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Milošević surrenders to police special forces, to be tried on charges of war crimes.

2001-09-20

In an address to a joint session of Congress and the American people, U.S. President George W. Bush declares a "war on terror".

2001-11-13

War on Terrorism: In the first such act since World War II, US President George W. Bush signs an executive order allowing military tribunals against foreigners suspected of connections to terrorist acts or planned acts on the United States.

2001-11-14

War in Afghanistan: Afghan Northern Alliance fighters takeover the capital Kabul.

2002-01-18

Sierra Leone Civil War was finally declared over.

2002-02-12

The trial of former President of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Milošević begins at the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague. He eventually dies four years later before its conclusion.

2002-04-04

The Angolan government and UNITA rebels sign a peace treaty ending the Angolan Civil War.

2002-04-17

Four Canadian Forces soldiers are killed in Afghanistan by friendly fire from two United States Air Force F-16s, the first deaths in a combat zone for Canada since the Korean War.

2002-05-04

128th Kentucky Derby: Victor Espinoza aboard War Emblem wins in 2:01.13

2002-05-11

Her Royal Highness Princess Margriet of the Netherlands unveils the Man With Two Hats monument in Ottawa and Apeldoorn (May 2), 2000, symbolically linking both the Netherlands and Canada for their assistance throughout the Second World War.

2002-07-01

The International Criminal Court is established to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression.

2002-11-16

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein says that he had to accept UN Resolution 1441 because the United States and Israel had shown their "claws and teeth" and declared unitlateral war on the Iraqi people

2002-12-17

Second Congo War: The Congolese parties of the Inter Congolese Dialogue sign a peace accord which makes provision for transitional governance and legislative and presidential elections within two years.

2003-02-10

France and Belgium break the NATO procedure of silent approval concerning the timing of protective measures for Turkey in case of a possible war with Iraq.

2003-02-15

An estimated eleven million people around the world take to the streets to protest against the looming war with Iraq

2003-03-14

Start of weekend of protests against war in Iraq that are attended by millions

2003-03-16

The largest coordinated worldwide vigil takes place, as part of the global protests against Iraq war.

2003-03-17

British Cabinet Minister Robin Cook, resigns over government plans for the war with Iraq.

2003-10-18

Bolivian Gas War: President Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada, is forced to resign and leave Bolivia.

2003-11-12

Iraq war: In Nasiriya, Iraq, at least 23 people, among them the first Italian casualties of the 2003 Iraq war are killed in a suicide bomb attack on an Italian police base.

2004-03-02

War in Iraq: Al Qaeda carries out the Ashoura Massacre in Iraq, killing 170 and wounding over 500.

2004-05-09

Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov is killed in a land mine bomb blast under a VIP stage during a World War II memorial victory parade in Grozny, Chechnya.

2004-05-21

Stanislav Petrov awarded World Citizen Award for averting a potential nuclear war in 1983 after correctly guessing Russian early warning system at fault

2004-05-26

The New York Times publishes an admission of journalistic failings, claiming that its flawed reporting and lack of skeptism towards sources during the buildup to the 2003 war in Iraq helped promote the belief that Iraq possessed large stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction.

2004-05-29

The World War II Memorial is dedicated in Washington, D.C.

2004-09-21

The Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) People's War and the Maoist Communist Centre of India merge to form the Communist Party of India (Maoist).

2004-11-04

12 French soldiers, 3 UN personnel and hundreds of civilians die during the Côte d'Ivoire civil war.

2004-11-07

War in Iraq: The interim government of Iraq calls for a 60-day "state of emergency" as U.S. forces storm the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah.

2004-11-08

War in Iraq: More than 10,000 U.S. troops and a small number of Iraqi army units participate in a siege on the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah.

2004-11-11

New Zealand Tomb of the Unknown Warrior dedicated at the National War Memorial, Wellington.

2005-05-08

The new Canadian War Museum opens, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of V-E Day.

2005-10-30

The rebuilt Dresden Frauenkirche (destroyed in the firebombing of Dresden during World War II) is reconsecrated after a thirteen-year rebuilding project.

2005-12-08

Ante Gotovina, Croatian army general accused of war crimes, is captured in the Playa de las Américas, Tenerife by the Spanish police.

2005-12-23

Chad declares a state of war against Sudan following a December 18 attack on Adré, which left about 100 people dead.

2005-12-28

A U.S. immigration judge orders John Demjanjuk deported to Ukraine for crimes against humanity committed during World War II.

2006-04-22

Four Canadian soldiers are killed 75 kilometers north of Kandahar, Afghanistan by a roadside bomb planted by Taliban militants, the worst single day combat loss for the Canadian army since the Korean War.

2006-07-06

The Nathula Pass between India and China, sealed during the Sino-Indian War, re-opens for trade after 44 years.

2006-11-11

The New Zealand war memorial monument was unveiled by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in London, United Kingdom, commemorating the loss of soldiers from the New Zealand Army and the British Army.

2007-04-27

Estonian authorities remove the Bronze Soldier, a Soviet Red Army war memorial in Tallinn, amid political controversy with Russia.

2008-02-19

Toshiba announces its formal recall of its HD DVD video formatting, ending the format war between it and Sony's Blu-Ray Disc

2008-07-10

Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boškoski is acquitted of all charges by a UN Tribunal accusing him of war crimes.

2008-07-21

Bosnian-Serb war criminal Radovan Karadžić is arrested in Serbia and is indicted by the UN's ICTY tribunal.

2008-08-07

Georgia launches a military offensive to surround and capture the capital of South Ossetia, Tskhinvali, from Russian control, starting the South Ossetia War.

2008-08-08

Georgian invasion into South Ossetia. Begin of five-day war between Georgia and Russia.

2009-03-04

The International Criminal Court (ICC) issues an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur. Al-Bashir is the first sitting head of state to be indicted by the ICC since its establishment in 2002.

2009-05-18

Sri Lankan Civil War: The LTTE are defeated by the Sri Lankan government, ending almost 26 years of fighting between the two sides.

2009-05-19

Sri Lanka announces victory in its 27 year war against the terrorist organisation, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.

2011-06-12

65th Tony Awards: The Book of Mormon & War Horse win

2011-08-23

Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi is overthrown after the National Transitional Council forces take control of Bab al-Azizia compound during the 2011 Libyan Civil War.

2011-10-27

The Royal Australian Navy announces that they discovered the wreck of a World War II submarine in Simpson Harbour, Papua New Guinea during Operation RENDER SAFE - it is likely to be Japanese.

2012-03-17

John Demjanjuk, convicted Nazi war criminal, dies from natural causes at 91

2012-05-13

49 dismembered bodies are found on a Mexican highway as part of the Mexican drug war

2012-08-22

47 people are killed in the Syrian civil war

2012-08-25

330 people are killed as a result of conflict in the Syrian civil war

2012-10-28

Syrian ceasefire collapses and 128 people are killed in ongoing civil war violence

2013-02-08

100, 000 people march to demand justice for the atrocities of the Bangladesh Liberation War in Dhaka

2013-03-30

North Korea declares it is at a state of war with South Korea

2014-04-10

88 civilians are killed by barrel bombs from Syrian war planes in Aleppo, Syria

2014-05-23

Russia and China veto the U.N. Security Council resolution to establish an International Criminal Court for war crimes in Syria

2014-11-08

Mikhail Gorbachev warns that tensions between America and Russia over Ukraine have put the world on the brink of a new Cold War

2014-11-23

An adviser to the Kenyan president says the slaughter of 28 people on a bus by the Somali militant Islamist group al-Shabab is intended to create a religious war in the country

2016-02-11

Death Toll From War in Syria Now 470000, Group Finds

2016-03-09

US serves up Korean rocket salad in war drill response to North's nuclear threats

2016-04-15

China says enhanced US-Philippine military ties invoke 'Cold War mentality'

2016-12-28

Japan's Abe offers condolences at Pearl Harbor for victims of war

2017-06-06

50 years today since the start of the 1967 Middle East War

2017-06-11

Tapwrit wins 149th Belmont Stakes by two lengths over Irish War Cry

2017-08-18

At least 80 dead after escalation in Philippines war on drugs

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War - Notable Birthdays

Ethan AllenJan 10, 1738

Benedict ArnoldJan 14, 1741

Isaac BrockOct 6, 1769

Laura SecordSep 13, 1775

Robert E. LeeJan 19, 1807

Florence NightingaleMay 12, 1820

Frank KelloggDec 22, 1856

Franz FerdinandDec 18, 1863

H. G. WellsSep 21, 1866

The Red BaronMay 2, 1892

Billy BishopFeb 8, 1894

Robert CapaOct 22, 1913

Orson WellesMay 6, 1915

Pierre BertonJul 12, 1920

Norodom SihanoukOct 31, 1922

Sandra BullockJul 26, 1964

War - Birthdays
Date Event
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Scipio Africanus, Roman statesman and general of the Second Punic War (d. 183 BC)

BC
AD
1591-01-11

Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex, English Civil War general (d. 1646)

1600-11-19

Lieuwe van Aitzema, Dutch historian (Matters of State & War)

1608-06-19

Thomas Fuller, England, literary (History of the Holy War)

1619-12-17

Prince Rupert of the Rhine, soldier/chemist/engraver/mathematician, commander in the English Civil War and first Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, (d. 1682)

1622-11-08

Galenus Abrahamsz de Haen, Dutch baptist pastor (Lambs' War)

1718-01-07

Israel Putnam, American Revolutionary War general (d. 1790)

1729-05-25

Jean de Neufville, Dutch/US merchant (started 4th English war)

1738-01-10

Ethan Allen, Litchfield Connecticut, American Revolutionary War patriot (lead the Green Mtn Boys)

1741-01-14

Benedict Arnold, Norwich Connecticut, US general turned traitor (American Revolutionary War)

1742-08-07

Nathanael Greene, American Revoluntionary War General

1744-09-20

Thomas Grosvenor, American Revolutionary War hero (d. 1825)

1745-03-10

John Gunby, Maryland Soldier in the American Revolutionary War (d. 1807)

1747-03-03

Kasamir Pulaski, US general (Revolutionary War)

1747-03-04

Casimir Pulaski, Count/American Revolutionary War general

1750-01-31

Gerrit J Pijman, Dutch minister of War (1798-1800, 1803-06)

1750-05-02

John André, British Army officer of the American Revolutionary War (d. 1780)

1750-05-20

Stephen Girard, bailed out US bonds during War of 1812

1752-11-19

George Rogers Clark, frontier military leader in Revolutionary War

1753-05-24

Oliver Cromwell, Burlington NJ, decorated black soldier who served with Washington in US War of Independence

1755-11-12

Gerhard JD von Scharnhorst, Prussia milt/minister of War (1807-10)

1758-04-29

Georg Carl von Döbeln, Swedish Lieutenant General and war hero (d. 1820).

1761-10-03

Dirk earl van Hogendorp, general/Dutch minister of War [OS]

1761-10-13

Dirk van Hogendorp, Dutch earl/general/minister of War [NS]

1761-12-27

Michael A Barclay de Tolly, Scot/Russ minister of War

1763-01-03

Joseph Fesch, French cardinal/war commission/earl/senator

1769-10-06

Isaac Brock, St Peter Port, British Army officer (War of 1812)

1775-09-13

Laura Secord, Canadian war heroine (d. 1868)

1779-01-05

Stephen Decatur, US, naval hero (War of 1812)

1781-10-01

James Lawrence, naval hero (War of 1812-"Don't give up the ship!")

1786-05-15

General Dimitris Plapoutas, a Revolutionary in the Greek War of Independence (d. 1864)

1791-04-13

Félix PBOG earl de Merode, Belgian minister of War/Finance

1795-04-05

Henry Havelock, British soldier (War in Afghanistan 1838-39)

1798-06-12

Samuel Cooper, Sect of War/General (Confederate Army), died in 1876

1799-03-08

Simon Cameron, Secy War (Union), died in 1889

1806-06-01

John Buchanan Floyd, Ex-Sect of War (Union), died in 1863

1807-01-19

Robert E. Lee, Stratford Virginia, American Confederate General in Chief during US Civil War, (d. 1870)

1809-11-09

Albert Taylor Bledsoe, Asst Secy War (Confederacy), died in 1877

1809-11-13

John AB Dahlgren, US Union lt adm/inventor (Civil war Dahlgren-cannon)

1811-02-08

Edwin Denison Morgan, Sect of War (Confederacy), died in 1883

1811-06-24

John Archibald Campbell, Asst Secy War (Confederacy), died in 1889

1811-08-06

Judah Philip Benjamin, Secy War/Secy State (Confederacy) [or Aug 11]

1814-12-19

Edwin M[cMasters] Stanton, Ohio, US Secretary of War (1861-65)

1815-07-13

James Alexander Seddon, Secy War (Confederacy), died in 1880

1815-08-29

Anna Ella Carroll, US, civil war writer (Reconstruction)

1817-02-07

Leroy Pope Walker, US lawyer/Confederate minister of War (1861)

1818-02-23

Jeremy F Gilmer, Maj Gen/Chief Engineer Confederate War Dept

1818-03-10

George Wythe Randolph, Secy War (Confederacy), died in 1867

1818-10-04

Francesco Crispi, Italian minister of War/premier

1819-08-08

Charles Anderson Dana, Asst Secy War, (Union) died in 1897

1820-05-12

Florence Nightingale, Florence Italy, nurse (Crimean War)

1821-08-30

Anita Garibaldi, Brazilian warrior; Garibaldi's wife (War of Tatters) (d. 1849)

1821-11-30

Gustavus Woodson Smith, Secy War (Confederacy), died in 1896

1823-11-14

Robert J Fruin, historian (80 year war)

1823-12-28

Thomas Alexander Scott, Asst Secy War (Union), died in 1881

1826-04-08

Pancha Carrasco, Costa Rican war heroine (d. 1890)

1826-04-26

Ambrose R. Wright, American Civil War General (d. 1872

1828-09-09

Leo Tolstoi, Russian writer (War & Peace, Anna Karenina) [OS]

1830-01-23

Gaston AA Marquis de Gallifet, French general/min of War (1899-1900)

1831-06-26

Julius Rodenberg, [Levy], German writer (Kriegs-Songs of War & Peace)

1832-02-27

Alfred Pollard Edward, Civil War journalist, died in 1872

1832-09-30

Frederick Sleigh "Bobs" Roberts, Brit gov of Natal (Ireland-Boer war)

1832-11-26

Mary Edwards Walker, American doctor/women's rights leader and only woman to receive Medal of Honor (bravery during Civil War)

1833-11-09

Sally Louisa Tompkins, nurse and philanthropist, only woman commissioned in Confederate army during US Civil War, born Mathews City, Virginia (D. 1916)

1836-02-27

Russell Alexander Alger, General Wheeler and Secretary of War Alger at Camp Wikoff

1836-10-18

Máximo Gómez, Crucible of Empire: The Spanish American War

1836-9-10

Joseph Wheeler, General Wheeler and Secretary of War Alger at Camp Wikoff

1837-06-17

Vincent Strong, civil war fighter, died in 1863

1837-9-02

James H. Wilson, The War in China

1841-01-30

Alfred Townsend George, Civil War journalist, died in 1914

1841-10-07

King Nicholas of Montenegro, Balkan War Scenes

1841-11-13

Edward Burd Grubb, American Civil War Brevet Brigadier General (d. 1913)

1842-03-28

William Harvey Carney, American Civil War officier (d. 1908)

1842-04-14

Adna R. Chaffee, The War in China

1842-10-28

Anna Elizabeth Dickinson, orator (Joan of Arc of the Civil War)

1842-11-14

Walter Williams, claimed to be last survivor of Civil War (d 1959)

1843-03-07

Edward H. Conger, The War in China

1843-10-26

Vasili V Vereshchagin, Russian painter (War & Peace)

1843-12-23

Richard Conner, American Civil War Medal of Honor Recipient (d. 1924)

1844-06-01

John J. Toffey, American Civil War hero (d. 1911)

1846-02-14

Julian Scott, American artist and Civil War Medal of Honor recipient. (d. 1901)

1848-02-05

Ignacio Carrera Pinto, Chilean war hero (d. 1882)

1848-03-29

Aleksei Kuropatkin, Russian general/minister of War

1849-03-19

Alfred von Tirpitz, German World War I Admiral (d. 1930)

1849-11-22

Friedrich von Bernhardi, German historian (Germany & the Next War)

1850-06-24

Horatio Herbert Kitchener, County Kerry, Ireland, commander of the British forces during Anglo-Boer War

1853-02-18

August Belmont Jr, breeder (Man 'O War)/founder (NY Jockey Club)

1854-10-07

Christiaan R de Wet, South African rebel leader, politician and general in the Boer War

1856-11-29

Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg, The First World War

1856-12-22

Frank Kellogg, Potsdam, New York, Sec of State (1925-29), try to outlaw war (Nobel 1929), (d. 1937)

1858-11-07

Williband Hentschel, Prelude to War

1861-06-19

Douglas Haig, The First World War

1861-07-01

Samuel D Riddle, horse owner (Man 'o War)

1861-12-05

Armando V Diaz, Italian marshal/minister of War (1922-24)

1862-04-25

Edward Grey, The First World War

1863-12-18

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, Graz Austria, His assassination in 1914 led to declarations of war in WWI

1864-04-24

George AA Alting van Geusau, dir-gen (PTT)/Dutch Min of War (1918-20)

1864-11-28

Lindley M. Garrison, American Secretary of War (d. 1932)

1866-09-21

H. G. Wells, Bromley, Kent, English writer (War of the Worlds, Kipps), (d. 1946)

1866-9-21

H.G. Wells, War of the Worlds

1867-07-08

Käthe Kollwitz, The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century

1867-09-21

Henry Lewis Stimson, US minister of War (1911-13)

1869-03-22

Emilio Aguinaldo, Crucible of Empire: The Spanish American War

1870-08-19

Bernard Baruch, financier/presidential adviser (Cold War)

1871-03-01

Walter Hoffman, The War of the Worlds

1872-11-04

Herman Finck, The Fourth War

1873-08-04

Damasco Berenguer y Fuste, Spanish general/minister of War

1876-02-14

Heikki Klemetti, The Winter War

1877-05-26

Sadao Araki, Japanese general/minister of War (1931-34)

1877-07-31

Siegfried Philippi, Heut' war ich bei der Frieda

1878-12-29

Edward Clisbee, The Boer War

1878-9-24

Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, War in the Highlands

1879-07-05

Dwight Filley Davis, US Sect of War/donated tennis' Davis Cup

1882-01-05

Herbert Bayard Swope, U.S. journalist who coined the term "Cold War" (d. 1958)

1882-01-22

Louis Pergaud, War of the Buttons

1882-03-25

Haydn Wood, War Horse

1883-01-08

Patrick J. Hurley, United States Secretary of War (d. 1963)

1884-01-18

Arthur Ransome, The First World War

1884-06-14

John McCormack, War Horse

1885-03-14

Raoul Lufbery, American World War I pilot (d. 1918)

1885-03-31

Bob Davis, Dogs of War

1885-11-24

Charles Oelze, Dogs of War

1885-9-12

Heinrich Hoffmann, The World at War

1886-04-13

Colin Chase, The Range War

1886-06-29

Robert Schuman, The Cold War: Act 1 - France

1886-08-08

Harry W. Gerstad, Dogs of War

1886-9-08

Siegfried Sassoon, The First World War

1887-03-25

Raymond Gram Swing, How War Came

1887-05-20

Christian Gottschalch, Once Upon a War

1887-08-04

Emilie Smith, The War Correspondents

1887-11-24

Erich von Manstein, Lightning War

1888-05-11

Willis A. Lee, World War II U.S. naval admiral (d. 1945)

1889-04-22

Grete Ditlevsen, The War Correspondents

1889-12-04

Buck Jones, [Charles F Gebhart], US actor (War Horse)

1890-01-16

Marcello Giorda, The Great War

1890-03-12

Evert Taube, The Apple War

1890-03-31

Connie Conrad, War of the Hotels

1890-11-25

Isaac Rosenberg, English war poet and artist (d. 1918)

1891-05-08

Lorin Raker, Gang War

1891-05-19

Oswald Boelcke, German World War I pilot (d. 1916)

1891-10-24

Nila Mac, War Brides

1892-04-15

Theo Osterkamp, World War I and World War II German fighter pilot (d. 1975)

1892-05-02

Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen [The Red Baron], Breslau, German World War I fighter ace

1892-07-22

Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Austrian chancellor (1930s)/war criminal

1892-12-27

Alfred Edwin McKay, Canadian World War One flying ace (d. 1917)

1893-01-10

Albert Jacka, Australian soldier, first Australian World War I Victoria Cross winner (d. 1932)

1893-03-18

Wilfred Owen, England, anti-war poet (Anthem for Doomed Youth)

1893-04-26

Draza Mihajlovic, Serbian WWII hero and war criminal (d. 1946)

1894-02-08

Billy Bishop [William Bishop], Owen Sound, Ontario, Canadian First World War flying ace

1894-02-25

Ernst Friedrich, Breslau Germany, pacifist (War Against War!)

1895-02-08

King Vidor, director (War & Peace, Stella Dallas)

1895-03-31

John Jay McCloy, lawyer/banker (Sec of War 1941-45, pres Chase Man)

1896-05-03

Karl Allmenroder, German World War I Ace (d. 1917)

1896-06-06

Henry Allingham, English first world war veteran

1896-06-07

Douglas Campbell, American World War I flying ace (d. 1990)

1896-11-01

Edmund Blunden, English poet/critic (Undertones of War)

1897-04-07

Erich Loewenhardt, German flying ace of World War I (d. 1918)

1897-04-13

Werner Voss, German World War I pilot (d. 1917)

1897-05-19

Frank Luke, American World War I pilot (d. 1918)

1897-07-30

Jacques de Kadt, Dutch politician/writer (Fascism is War!)

1898-05-13

Justin Tuveri, Italian veteran of the First World War (d. 2007)

1899-05-26

Pieter Menten, Dutch war criminal

1899-10-09

Bruce Catton, US, historian/writer (Civil War)

1899-11-29

Andrija Artuković, Croatian war criminal (d. 1988)

1900-05-23

Hans Frank, German Nazi war criminal (d. 1946)

1900-06-14

June Walker, IL, actress (War Nurse, Unforgiven)

1900-09-23

Bill Stone, British serviceman; one of the last surviving veterans of World War I

1901-08-26

Jan de Quay, Dutch minister of war/premier (KVP, 1959-63)

1901-12-10

F Fischer, German war criminal (Breda 4)

1902-09-22

F R Boschvogel, [French LJ Ramon], Flemish writer (War of Worlds)

1902-10-25

Henry Steele Commager, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, American historian (Atlas of Civil War)

1903-06-13

Adam Cyprian, How I Unleashed World War II

1903-12-13

John Piper, British writer (US Churches in WW I)/official war painter

1903-12-13

Richard De Rochemont, The Cold War: Act 1 - France

1904-01-08

Karl Brandt, Alsacian Nazi war criminal (d. 1948)

1904-04-23

Mikhail Chikovani, War and Peace

1904-07-15

Vladimir Burmeister, War and Peace

1904-11-19

Burl Stafford, War of the Colossal Beast

1905-04-09

J. William Fulbright, The Ten Thousand Day War

1905-07-13

Alfredo M. Santos, First Four-star General of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, World War II hero (d. 1990)

1905-11-04

Martin Raschke, German author/publisher/war correspondent

1905-12-13

Frank Hyers, At War with the Army

1906-01-06

Vernon Rich, The War of the Worlds

1906-03-01

Van Dong Pham, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1906-03-25

Janusz Ziejewski, How I Unleashed World War II

1906-03-25

A.J.P. Taylor, War Lords Anonymous

1907-01-16

Margaret Vines, The War Arrow

1907-01-16

Paul H. Nitze, The Last Days of World War II

1907-03-30

Jaroslaw Skulski, How I Unleashed World War II

1907-04-16

August Eigruber, Austrian war criminal (d. 1947)

1907-12-30

Alfred Ralston, Oh! What a Lovely War

1908-01-12

Kurt E. Walter, Es war die erste Liebe

1908-01-16

Günther Prien, German World War II submarine captain (d. 1941)

1908-02-22

John Mills, England, actor (Big Sleep, King Rat, War & Peace)

1908-07-19

Harvey Wasden, Men O'War

1908-08-26

Aleksandr Degtyar, War and Peace

1908-10-01

Ljubisa Jovanovic, Atomic War Bride

1908-10-16

Enver Hoxha, post-war leader of Albania (1944-85)

1908-10-17

U. Alexis Johnson, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1908-10-26

Boris Smirnov, War and Peace

1909-02-09

Dean Rusk, The Ten Thousand Day War

1909-03-22

Georgiy Kurovskiy, War and Peace

1909-04-16

Roy Ashton, War and Remembrance

1909-05-29

Neil R[onald] Jones, US, sci-fi author (Space War, Twin Worlds)

1909-07-01

Vera Brodsky Lawrence, Go Down, Moses!: Songs of War and Protest

1909-11-22

Inez Almerfors, The Apple War

1909-12-06

Daniel A. McGovern, Shooting War

1910-01-02

Abner J. Greshler, At War with the Army

1910-01-27

Julius Rosenkrantz, The War Wagon

1910-02-18

Donald W. Roberson, The War Wagon

1910-03-10

Dave Rose, War and Pieces

1910-06-27

Patrick Crean, War and Peace

1910-08-31

Stuart Legg, The War for Men's Minds

1910-11-11

Raemer Schreiber, McMinnville Oregon, American Physicist (Manhattan Project) who helped develop the first atomic bomb during World War II and prepared the Fat Man bomb that was used in the bombing of Nagasaki

1910-11-11

Rad Robinson, Stagecoach War

1911-01-24

Ivan Reiner, War Between the Planets

1911-02-16

Vladimir Semyonov, The Road to War

1911-03-16

Dr. Josef Mengele, German, accused Nazi war criminal (d. 1979)

1911-12-28

Reginald Fenderson, Gang War

1911-9-29

R.V. Jones, How Hitler Lost the War

1912-01-06

Frederick Manfred, Johnson County War

1912-01-31

Ervin Knausmyuller, War and Peace

1912-03-19

Adolf Galland, How Hitler Lost the War

1912-04-25

Eddie Ledgerwood, I Was a Male War Bride

1912-06-18

Arnolda Lowry, KGB: The Secret War

1912-06-30

Ludwig Bölkow, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

1912-07-05

Frank Pace Jr., Korea: The Unknown War

1912-08-18

Otto Ernst Remer, The World at War

1912-08-30

Nancy Wake AC GM, New Zealand-born World War II secret agent

1912-10-05

Fritz Fischer (medical doctor), Nazi war criminal

1912-9-27

Sture Ericson, The Apple War

1913-03-30

Richard Helms, Cold War: Inside the CIA

1913-04-16

Les Tremayne, London, actor (Angry Red Planet, War of the Worlds)

1913-05-19

Bert Hardy, Korea: The Unknown War

1913-06-12

Desmond Piers, War at Sea: The Black Pit

1913-06-30

Bill Neff, I Was a Male War Bride

1913-07-21

Archimedes Patti, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1913-07-29

Erich Priebke, Nazi war criminal

1913-10-18

Yu-Lan Chen, War and Peace

1913-10-22

Robert Capa, Hungarian war photographer and photojournalist

1913-11-28

Hugo Pos, Suriname/Neth WW II prosecutor of minor war crimes Tokyo

1913-9-13

Meriel Forbes, Oh! What a Lovely War

1914-02-19

Jacques Dufilho, War of the Buttons

1914-03-02

Fred Feldkamp, America Goes to War in the Pacific

1914-04-08

Wic Kjellin, The Apple War

1914-05-13

Carlos Riquelme, The Milagro Beanfield War

1914-06-17

John Hersey, The War Lover

1914-06-19

Jack Hupp, War Drums

1914-09-15

Creighton Abrams, US, army general (Vietnam War)

1914-10-06

Joan Littlewood, Lovely War

1914-11-09

Colin Gray, New Zealand fighter ace of the Second World War

1914-11-17

Mikhail Bogdanov, War and Peace

1914-11-22

Peter Woolridge Townsend, war hero courtier writer

1914-12-08

Lucia Metsch, Too Little for Such a Big War

1914-9-26

Achille Compagnoni, The Great War

1915-01-01

François Bondy, Am Anfang war der Dieb

1915-01-05

May Takasugi, Japanese War Bride

1915-01-13

Raymond G. Davis, Korean War Stories

1915-02-12

Andrew Goodpaster, Cold War: Eisenhower's Operatives

1915-03-23

Vasily Zaitsev, Soviet World War II hero (d. 1991)

1915-04-03

Paul Touvier, war criminal

1915-05-06

Orson Welles [George], Kenosha Wisc, actor (Citizen Kane, War of the Worlds), (d. 1985)

1915-05-18

Robert Donihi, Hirohito's War

1915-05-27

Herman Wouk, NYC, novelist (Caine Mutiny, Winds of War)

1915-10-22

Yitzhak Shamir, The Gulf War

1915-11-01

Frank Freeman Jr., The War of the Worlds

1915-11-11

Kjeld Jacobsen, Once Upon a War

1915-11-28

Konstantin Simonov, Twenty Days Without War

1915-12-13

Yitzhak Zuckerman [Itzhak Zuckerman], Vilnius, Lithuania, Jewish resistance hero in World War II and one of the few survivors of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

1916-01-09

Peter Twinn, English World War II code-breaker (d. 2004)

1916-03-07

Robert Atkinson, War for the Web

1916-05-07

Charles B. Smith, Korean War Stories

1916-06-09

Robert McNamara, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

1916-06-10

Terence Kirk, Final Justice: War Crimes Trials of World War II

1916-07-02

Valentin Berezhkov, The Road to War

1916-07-21

Isaac Kleinerman, The Unknown War

1916-10-07

Walt Rostow, The Vietnam War: A Descent Into Hell

1916-11-09

Martha Settle Putney, The Women of World War II

1916-9-20

Oliver Lundquist, War Department Report

1917-01-24

Lilias Munro, The War Game

1917-02-06

George Tyne, Mulcahy's War

1917-02-12

Pierre Sévigny, A Web of War

1917-03-29

Man o' War, American thoroughbred racehorse (winner of 20 out of 21 races & $249,465) (d. 1947)

1917-03-29

Man o' War, Glimpses of Kentucky

1917-04-08

Aleksandr Dikhtyar, War and Peace

1917-04-28

Robert Cornthwaite, St Helen Oregon, actor (Thing, War of the Worlds)

1917-04-28

Robert Cornthwaite, The War of the Worlds

1917-06-15

Charles Chilton, Oh! What a Lovely War

1917-07-25

Stephen Roberts, At War with the Army

1917-08-06

Robert Mitchum, Bridgeport Ct, actor (Winds of War, North & South)

1917-08-18

Caspar Weinberger, War on America

1917-10-17

Martin Donnelly, cricketer (brilliant lefty bat for NZ post-war)

1917-11-11

[Dallas] Mack/McCord Reynolds, US, sci-fi author (Earth War)

1917-11-15

Charles von Luttichau, How Hitler Lost the War

1917-11-17

Jean-Baptiste Duroselle, The Road to War

1917-11-21

Chung Il Kwon, Korea: The Unknown War

1917-12-01

Gerd Schmückle, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

1917-9-10

Jean Ruth, At War with the Army

1918-01-21

Richard D. Winters, American war hero

1918-05-18

George Welch, American pilot and war hero (d. 1954)

1918-06-10

Barry Morse, actor (Fugitive-Lt Philip Gerard, Winds of War)

1918-06-22

Lourelei Prior, The Women of World War II

1918-07-04

Alec Bedser, cricketer (mighty post-war England medium-pacer)

1918-07-07

Bill Shinn, Korean War Stories

1918-10-18

Emilio Vidal, Funny Dirty Little War

1918-11-18

Tasker Watkins, Welsh World War II hero (d. 2007)

1918-11-24

Ty Perry, At War with the Army

1918-12-05

Walker Mahurin, Korea: Stalin's Secret Air War

1918-12-05

Bud Mahurin, War Planes of World War II

1918-12-10

Robert Taplett, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1919-02-06

Louis Heren, Korea: The Unknown War

1919-03-11

Kira Golovko, War and Peace

1919-03-20

James B. Allardice, At War with the Army

1919-05-05

Hayri Esen, The Independence War

1919-05-05

John Boyd-Brent, The War Machines: Episode 4

1919-06-14

Gene Barry, War of the Worlds

1919-06-25

Gianni Baghino, The Great War

1919-06-29

Philip Glaessner, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

1919-07-16

Hermine Braunsteiner, Nazi war criminal (d. 1999)

1919-10-01

Russell T. Carr, The Dogs of War

1919-10-01

Walter Rosenblum, Shooting War

1919-10-02

Sir Jeffrey Darell, Royal Family at War

1919-10-10

Gerald Etheridge Gomez, cricketer (post-war WI all-rounder)

1919-10-10

Janos Prohaska, A Private Little War

1919-10-19

Józef Lodynski, How I Unleashed World War II

1919-10-27

Don Honeyman, Shooting War

1919-11-04

Shirley Mitchell, The War of the Roses

1919-11-09

Grant Hirabyashi, Final Justice: War Crimes Trials of World War II

1919-11-15

Paul Moore, Voices of War - WWII

1919-11-24

Oleg Troyanovski, Cold War: The Strangelove Factor

1919-12-05

Alun Chalfont, Ike & Monty: Generals at War

1919-12-06

Eric Newby, In Love and War

1919-12-13

Hans-Joachim Marseille, German flying ace of World War II (d. 1942)

1919-9-12

Gennady Myasnikov, War and Peace

1920-01-21

Nikolay Trofimov, War and Peace

1920-03-16

Dorothea Binz, Nazi war criminal (d. 1947)

1920-04-03

John Demjanjuk, Ukrainian-born American auto worker, alleged Nazi and convicted war criminal (under appeal at death), (d. 2012)

1920-04-08

Toby Felker, The Women of World War II

1920-05-10

Elsa Vazzoler, The Great War

1920-05-10

Gladys Snyder, Gang War

1920-06-22

Paul Frees, The War of the Worlds

1920-07-12

Pierre Berton, Whitehorse Yukon, Canadian author (War of 1812)

1920-08-10

Roland Beamont, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

1920-09-25

Sergey Bondarchuk, Belozerka Ukraine, director (War & Peace)

1920-10-08

Kenneth Forbes, At War with the Army

1920-11-11

Walter Krupinski, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

1920-12-15

Lewis L. Millett, Korean War Stories

1920-12-24

Evgeniya Rudneva, Russian World War II heroine (d. 1944)

1920-9-25

Sergey Bondarchuk, War and Peace

1921-01-16

Iona Crim Gilbert, The Women of World War II

1921-02-28

Pierre Clostermann, French World War II pilot (d. 2006)

1921-04-11

Jeff Stollmeyer, cricketer (WI batsman pre/post-war)

1921-04-18

Jean Richard, War of the Buttons

1921-05-10

Erle C. Cocke, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1921-06-14

Faye Williams, Uncivil War Birds

1921-06-21

John Mosley, In Times of War: Stories of Colorado Veterans

1921-08-20

Mary Fogarty, The War of the Roses

1921-08-25

Edwin H. Simmons, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1921-09-03

Marguerite Higgins, American reporter and war correspondent, Pulitzer prize winner (d. 1966)

1921-10-07

Tommy Farrell, At War with the Army

1921-11-03

Fylgia Zadig, The War Is Over

1921-11-21

Salvatore Siciliano, War of the Planets

1922-02-04

William Phipps, The War of the Worlds

1922-02-13

Arne Olsen, Bobby's War

1922-02-22

Marie Mergey, The War Is Over

1922-02-23

Robert Komer, The Ten Thousand Day War

1922-02-26

Bill Johnston, cricket pace bowler (mighty Australian lefty post-war)

1922-03-01

Yitzhak Rabin, War

1922-03-10

Adam Kennedy, Men in War

1922-05-23

Per Grundén, The Apple War

1922-07-10

Ewald von Kleist, The World at War

1922-07-13

Bill Lansford, A Necessary War: December 1941 - December 1942

1922-07-14

Robin Olds, American World War II and Vietnam War ace fighter pilot (d. 2007)

1922-08-26

Irving R. Levine, Korean War Stories

1922-08-31

August Kageneck, The Last Days of World War II

1922-09-01

Vittorio Gassman, Genoa Italy, actor (War & Peace)

1922-10-19

Warren Coffman, Final Justice: War Crimes Trials of World War II

1922-10-22

John Weidner, Brussels, Belgium, war hero

1922-10-23

Stuart Sloan, war hero/test pilot

1922-10-31

Norodom Sihanouk, King/President/Premier of Cambodia (My War with the CIA), (d. 2012)

1922-11-11

George Blake, Cold War: Inside the K.G.B.

1922-11-22

William Boeing Jr., War Planes of World War II

1922-11-29

Michael Howard, The Spies Who Fooled Hitler: MI5 at War

1922-12-02

Leo V Gordon, Baltimore MD, actor (Circus Boy, Enos, Winds of War)

1922-12-02

Carl L. Sitter, Korean War Stories

1922-9-01

Melvin Laird, The Ten Thousand Day War

1922-9-03

Morrie Martin, From the Ballpark to the Battlefield: Baseball and World War II

1923-01-11

Sammy Ross, The War Lord

1923-01-11

Ernst Nolte, Was war links?

1923-03-24

Edna Jo Hunter, expert on military families & prisoners of war

1923-04-03

Paul Livermore, At War with the Army

1923-04-05

Nguyen Van Thieu, The Ten Thousand Day War

1923-06-17

Michael Hill, Five Faces of War

1923-11-03

Bernie Abramson, War and Remembrance

1923-12-06

Nicola Arigliano, The Great War

1923-12-08

Martti Pennanen, One Man's War

1923-12-17

Bill Fili, In the Jaws of Hell: Eastern Europe During World War II

1923-12-23

Jim Stockdale, In Love and War

1923-12-28

Andrew Duggan, actor (Secret War of Harry Frigg, Winds of War)

1924-01-10

Aleksei Adzhubei, Nikita: The Elements of War

1924-01-15

Vladimir Semichastny, Cold War: Inside the K.G.B.

1924-01-17

Alfredo De Laurentiis, The Great War

1924-01-25

Speedy West, Charlie Wilson's War

1924-02-13

Paul Swearingen, In the Jaws of Hell: Eastern Europe During World War II

1924-02-16

Mikhail Khrabrov, War and Peace

1924-03-06

William Webster, The Gulf War

1924-03-19

Mary Wimbush, Oh! What a Lovely War

1924-03-22

Paul Fussell, Pasadena, California, historian (The Great War and Modern Memory), (d. 2012)

1924-03-31

Charles Guggenheim, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

1924-04-08

Anthony Farrar-Hockley, Korea: Stalin's Secret Air War

1924-04-30

Aimo Heino, One Man's War

1924-06-25

Nellie Gray, Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion

1924-07-25

Frank Church, POWs: Pawns of War - Part I

1924-08-29

Sam Hynes, A World Without War: March 1945 - September 1945

1924-08-31

Thomas J. Hudner, The Korean War: Fire and Ice

1924-11-11

Rusi Modi, cricketer (strong Indian batsman in post-War years)

1924-11-21

Malcolm Hulke, A Good Man Goes to War

1924-11-25

Sybil Stockdale, In Love and War

1924-12-02

Alexander Haig, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1924-12-02

Cyril Ornadel, War of the Worlds

1924-12-20

William Wyrick, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1924-9-10

Sissi Kaiser, The War Is Over

1924-9-21

Frank Gibney, War in Korea

1925-01-15

Vasiliy Solovyov, War and Peace

1925-01-19

Nina Bawden, Carrie's War

1925-02-17

Rodion Aleksandrov, War and Peace

1925-03-19

Brent Scowcroft, The Gulf War

1925-06-09

[John] Keith Laumer, [Anthony LeBaron], US, sf author (Retief's War)

1925-06-17

Philippe Daudy, Korea: The Unknown War

1925-08-31

Ted Schwinden, War Party

1925-10-16

Jovan Radic, Guns of War

1925-11-10

William E. Weber, Korean War Stories

1925-11-15

Jack Eisner, War and Love

1925-9-29

Stanley Cohen, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

1926-01-04

Yuliya Dioshi, War and Peace

1926-01-21

Kurt Chew-Een Lee, Finnigan's War

1926-04-17

Arthur Hockaday, director-Gen (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)

1926-05-31

Carl Bernard, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1926-06-17

Etta Bortolazzi, How the War Started on My Island

1926-07-12

Tiberio Mitri, The Great War

1926-09-03

Alison Lurie, US, novelist (War Between the Tates)

1926-09-03

John R[obert] Jones, US, sci-fi author (White Regiment, Lizard War)

1926-11-12

Margrit Ensinger, Als ich noch der Waldbauernbub war...

1926-9-24

Clair Huffaker, The War Wagon

1927-02-16

Crüll Fältström, The Apple War

1927-04-07

Lawrence Davidson, The Dogs of War

1927-04-09

Carlo Croccolo, In Love and War

1927-06-07

Tadeusz Chmielewski, How I Unleashed World War II

1927-07-23

Günter Peis, The Spies Who Fooled Hitler: MI5 at War

1927-08-22

Irina Skobtseva, War and Peace

1927-08-24

Helena Haavisto, The Winter War

1927-12-03

Jean Dewever, The Honors of War

1927-12-12

Donald P. Gregg, The Korean War: Fire and Ice

1927-12-16

Warren Adler, The War of the Roses

1928-04-13

Aleksey Bakhar, War and Peace

1928-05-17

Donald Cameron Watt, Countdown to War

1928-06-28

Hans Blix, The Inspector/Bush at War/Not the Best Policy

1928-08-16

Anthony Price, Cold War Killers

1928-10-31

Roy Romer, The Archbishop/Pentagon Schools/Dr. Torrey's War

1928-12-23

Sonja Wilken, Früher war's doch auch so!

1929-02-15

James Schlesinger, Cold War: Brezhnev's Kremlin

1929-02-17

Bevin Alexander, Art of War

1929-04-23

Chris Farlekas, Korean War Stories

1929-05-25

Ann Robinson, War of the Worlds

1929-06-02

Jimmy Bryant, Charlie Wilson's War

1929-06-08

Marion Marshall, I Was a Male War Bride

1929-08-14

Louise Slaughter, The Invisible War

1929-12-09

George Touliatos, This Means War

1929-12-15

Tomasz Zaliwski, How I Unleashed World War II

1930-01-31

Kenneth A. Schechter, Korea: Stalin's Secret Air War

1930-03-07

Brian Hayles, Cold War

1930-03-15

Wilma Vaught, The Invisible War

1930-05-14

Zlatko Madunic, Atomic War Bride

1930-06-02

Vic Firth, Vietnam: Parts I & II - Roots of War/America's Mandarin

1930-06-27

Ross Perot, The War Room

1930-07-08

Arno Bergler, Die Caine war ihr Schicksal

1930-07-09

Buddy Bregman, The American Civil War

1930-07-14

Polly Bergen, Knoxville Tn, actress (Rhoda-Winds of War, Baby Talk)

1930-07-30

Alan Curtis, The War Machines: Episode 3

1930-08-02

Roger Pace, War of the Colossal Beast

1930-08-24

Donn D. Erickson, Harry's War

1930-10-08

Alasdair Milne, The Great War

1930-11-05

Si Frumkin, The Last Days of World War II

1930-11-15

Martin Dale, Cold War Killers

1930-9-02

Carl-Uno Sjöblom, The Apple War

1930-9-08

Cao Ky Nguyen, How the Vietnam War Was Lost

1931-01-21

Gilbert Chomat, Murphy's War

1931-02-09

Duncan 'Dean' Parkin, War of the Colossal Beast

1931-02-25

Ann McCrea, The War Wagon

1931-03-13

Harley J. Coon, The Korean War: Fire and Ice

1931-03-13

Hugo Schellenberg, Punisher: War Zone

1931-03-26

Ana Marija Car, Guns of War

1931-04-07

Daniel Ellsberg, War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State

1931-04-18

William Miles, Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II

1931-04-30

Philip Tibenham, The Falklands War: The Untold Story

1931-05-21

Vincent Krepps, Korean War Stories

1931-06-20

James Tolkan Calumet MI, actor (Weekend War, Leap of Faith)

1931-07-10

Thord Carlsson, The Apple War

1931-07-18

"Papa" Dee Allen, Wilmington DE, percussionist (War-World is a Ghetto)

1931-07-23

Toti Barone, Sweet War, Farewell

1931-08-14

Frederic Raphael, writer (After the War, California Time)

1931-12-14

Anatoliy Petritskiy, War and Peace

1931-12-31

Mario Valdemarin, The Great War

1932-03-25

Peter Walker, Strike: When Britain Went to War

1932-05-19

Veikko Nousiainen, The Winter War

1932-07-14

Patrick Hine, The Gulf War

1932-07-16

Milly Vitale, Rome, actress (7 Little Foys, War & Peace, Juggler)

1932-10-13

Judy Balaban, Post-War Cinema

1932-11-29

Moltas Eriksson, The Apple War

1932-12-12

Sally Fraser, War of the Colossal Beast

1933-01-02

Henryk Lapinski, How I Unleashed World War II

1933-01-06

Steven Gant, In Love and War

1933-01-15

James Galvin, Troma's War

1933-01-21

John Timbers, Fortunes of War

1933-04-09

René Burri, War Photographer

1933-04-23

Horst Faas, Beyond Words: Photographers of War

1933-06-01

Charlie Wilson, The Making of 'Charlie Wilson's War'

1934-01-16

Vasiliy Lanovoy, War and Peace

1934-01-30

Aleksandar Djurcinov, Guns of War

1934-02-03

Jeremy Kemp, Chesterfield England, actor (Winds of War)

1934-02-06

Aleksey Eybozhenko, Ich war neunzehn

1934-02-23

Race Gentry, Men in War

1934-03-17

Mario Cardoni, War and Peace

1934-04-13

Maryam Campbell, Five Cent War.com

1934-04-15

Annie Fargue, The War Is Over

1934-05-15

John Keegan, Why War?

1934-07-03

Roger Christian, War of the Worlds

1934-07-24

Guido Nicheli, Madman at War

1934-08-22

H Norman Schwarzkopf, Trenton NJ, 4-star Army general (Gulf War), (d. 2012)

1934-08-22

Norman Schwarzkopf, Schwarzkopf: How the War Was Won

1934-11-30

Edward M. Fouhy, Chatham Radio Goes to War

1934-9-10

Charles Kuralt, The Revolutionary War

1935-01-17

Ruth Ann Minner, Voices of War - WWII

1935-01-18

Jon Stallworthy, War of Words: Soldier-Poets of the Somme

1935-02-05

Sandra Paretti, Der Winter, der ein Sommer war

1935-03-02

Gene Stallings, Roll Tide/War Eagle

1935-03-22

M[ichael] Emmet Walsh, Ogdensburg NY, actor (Wildcats, War Party)

1935-05-08

Peter Connolly, In Search of the Trojan War

1935-05-18

Jens Oliver Henriksen, Once Upon a War

1935-06-06

Marisa Spranzi, Sweet War, Farewell

1935-06-06

Ed Soyster, The Gulf War

1935-10-06

Jean Argyle, Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came?

1935-10-29

Peter Watkins, The War Game

1936-01-10

Stephen Ambrose, Shooting War

1936-01-11

Marian Kociniak, How I Unleashed World War II

1936-03-23

Wolfgang Fritz Haug, Was war links?

1936-05-07

Ivan Jagodic, Guns of War

1936-06-06

Roman Wilhelmi, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1936-08-29

Carlo D'Este, War and Oil

1936-11-07

Nathan C. Heard, Gordon's War

1937-04-08

Seymour Hersh, War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State

1937-05-26

Ronald Schoenberg, My War Years: Arnold Schoenberg

1937-06-20

Lars Swanberg, The Apple War

1937-10-14

Viktor Murganov, War and Peace

1937-11-06

Esko Salminen, The Finnish-Soviet Propaganda War 1941-1944

1937-12-07

Thad Cochran, Civil War Battlefields

1938-02-12

Paul Leventhal, The Inspector/Bush at War/Not the Best Policy

1938-03-06

Midge Mackenzie, John Huston War Stories

1938-03-21

Michael Foreman, War Game

1938-03-23

Silvano Agosti, Sweet War, Farewell

1938-04-07

Jerry Brown, The War Room

1938-07-27

Shirley Anne Field, England, actress (Alfie, War Lover) [or Jun 27]

1938-08-07

Helen Caldicott, Melbourne Australia, physician/anti-war activist

1938-11-30

Gregers Ussing, Once Upon a War

1938-12-06

Colin Farrell, Oh! What a Lovely War

1939-05-02

Pekka Parikka, The Winter War

1939-05-14

Joanne Talarico, Whitcomb's War

1939-06-02

Charles Miller, rock flutist/saxophonist (War)

1939-06-14

Czeslaw Majewski, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1939-07-02

John Sununu, The Gulf War: Architects of Desert Storm

1939-08-07

Mickey Kantor, The War Room

1939-08-20

William Woollard, The Secret War

1939-10-02

Yoshisada Sakaguchi, The Record of the Lodoss War

1939-10-09

John Pilger, The War on Democracy

1939-10-21

Ian Lindsay, Horatio Hornblower: The Wrong War

1939-12-10

Yvonne Ingdal, Love Is War

1939-9-04

Harold Ickes, The War Room

1940-01-21

Peter J. Marshall, The Great Civil War Debate

1940-03-03

Irina Gubanova, War and Peace

1940-04-23

Richard Monaco, US, sci-fi author (Grail War, Final Quest)

1940-05-02

Pat Bartlett, Fact or Fiction: The War of the Worlds and the Hitler Diaries

1940-05-10

Wayne Downing, The Gulf War

1940-07-09

Dave Frohnmayer, Oregon's War at Home and the Man Who Brought the Peace

1940-07-23

John Nichols, The Milagro Beanfield War

1940-08-28

William Cohen, War with Iraq/Finding Saddam/Protecting New York

1940-10-01

Phyllis Chesler, Beyond Paranoia: The War Against the Jews

1940-11-11

Bozidarka Frajt, Guns of War

1940-12-13

Kari Sohlberg, The Winter War

1940-12-19

Phil Ochs, El Paso Tx, anti-war folk singer (Joe Hill, War is Over)

1940-9-16

Allan Scott, In Love and War

1940-9-26

Krzysztof Wróblewski, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1941-01-21

Edwin Starr, [Charles Hatcher], US singer (War)

1941-01-25

Katharina Rutschky, Was war links?

1941-02-14

Paul Tsongas, The War Room

1941-03-10

Richard Mataisz Sr., War Party

1941-04-27

Attila Dobos, Contra: Legacy of War

1941-05-04

Herbert Duval, Small War

1941-05-22

Ray Alchin, The Private War of Lucinda Smith

1941-05-24

Yatsek Todorov, The Hedgehogs' War

1941-12-08

Valora Noland, The War Wagon

1941-12-19

Wiebo Ludwig, Wiebo's War

1941-9-16

Richard Perle, The Case for War: In Defense of Freedom

1942-01-01

Nicolas Clermont, The Art of War

1942-01-24

Lyudmila Saveleva, War and Peace

1942-04-26

April Glaspie, The Gulf War

1942-07-02

Mirella Mereu, Gang War in Naples

1942-08-01

Adriano Sofri, Rehearsals for War

1942-08-21

Bozidar Oreskovic, How the War Started on My Island

1942-12-27

Óscar Cardozo Ocampo, Funny Dirty Little War

1943-01-20

Pat Mitchell, Cold War

1943-01-24

Peter Struck, Zehn Jahre 11. September - War es richtig, in den Krieg zu ziehen?

1943-04-16

Tuula Nyman, One Man's War

1943-04-20

Vlatko Dulic, How the War Started on My Island

1943-05-22

Loretta Nicholson, War of the Colossal Beast

1943-06-08

William Calley, American war criminal

1943-06-10

Simon Jenkins, The Case for War: In Defense of Freedom

1943-06-16

Janina Boronska, How I Unleashed World War II

1943-10-05

Michael Morpurgo, War Horse

1943-10-24

Jose Serrano, The War on Democracy

1943-11-29

Charles Clemmons, Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War

1944-01-26

Carlo U. Quinterio, The Winds of War

1944-07-21

Paul Wellstone, Plan Colombia: Cashing In on the Drug War Failure

1944-10-01

Antti Tuuri, The Winter War

1944-10-03

Shaikh Saud Nasir Al-Sabah, To Sell a War

1944-11-12

Johan van Doorn, [Johnny the Selfkicker], Dutch poet (War & Porridge)

1944-12-01

Kamal Kharazi, The Information War/Annika Sorenstam/The Country Next Door

1944-12-01

Anna Volska, Sisters of War

1944-12-15

Ibrica Jusic, Of Love and War

1944-12-19

Anastasiya Vertinskaya, War and Peace

1945-03-26

Matti Vienovirta, One Man's War

1945-04-11

Paul Ainsley, StarCraft: Brood War

1945-04-17

Josef H. Reichholf, Rätsel Sesshaftigkeit - Am Anfang war das Bier

1945-04-22

Paul Soglin, The War at Home

1945-05-10

Stanley Greenberg, The War Room

1945-06-06

David Dukes, SF, actor (Beacon Hill, 79 Park Avenue, Winds of War)

1945-06-08

Derek Underwood, cricketer ("Deadly" Maybe the best post-war SLA)

1945-06-17

Tommy Franks, War with Iraq/Finding Saddam/Protecting New York

1945-06-19

Tim Hovey, The Private War of Major Benson

1945-07-12

Monica Teuber, Kenn' ich, weiß ich, war ich schon!

1945-08-19

Lee Lochhead, War

1945-08-28

Robert Greenwald, Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism

1945-11-05

Elouise C. Cobell, War Party

1945-12-22

Jonathon Pallone, Rainbow War

1945-12-28

Max Hastings, The Necessary War

1945-9-30

Sandra Bryant, The War Machines: Episode 1

1946-02-22

Aarre Pekkarinen, The Winter War

1946-02-26

Jaecki Schwarz, Ich war neunzehn

1946-03-15

Howard Scott, San Pedro Cal, rock guitarist/vocalist (War, Cisco Kid)

1946-03-17

Harold Brown, Long Beach Ca, rock drummer (War-Summer, Galaxy)

1946-03-24

Lee Oskar, Denmark, rock harmonicist (War-Why Can't We Be Friends)

1946-04-03

Branko Milicevic, Guns of War

1946-05-01

Wendy Allnutt, Oh! What a Lovely War

1946-05-10

Knut Husebø, Max Manus: Man of War

1946-06-17

Peter Rosei, Wer war Edgar Allan?

1946-06-28

Robert L Asprin, US, sci-fi writer (Thieves World, Cold Cash War)

1946-07-18

Ed Schiff, War of the Worlds

1946-07-28

Ivanka Grybcheva, The Hedgehogs' War

1946-08-10

Markku Huhtamo, The Winter War

1946-08-20

Kari Kihlström, The Winter War

1946-10-03

Sigmar Solbach, Der Winter, der ein Sommer war

1946-11-01

Lynne Russell, The War Room

1947-01-08

Tomasz Szukalski, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1947-02-04

Dan Quayle, The Gulf War: Architects of Desert Storm

1947-02-14

Enebeli Elebuwa, Royal War

1947-07-10

Jackie Lane, The War Machines: Episode 1

1947-08-19

William Mastrosimone, The Beast of War

1947-12-01

Tom O'Mary, Civil War Correspondent

1947-12-27

Tracy Nelson, The War

1947-9-01

Alim Matvejchuk, Fortress of War

1947-9-24

Erik Hivju, Max Manus: Man of War

1948-02-05

Errol Morris, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

1948-02-05

Peter Bray, The Art of War

1948-03-15

Steve Nisbett, Urgh! A Music War

1948-03-31

David Eisenhower, Cold War: Eisenhower's Operatives

1948-05-12

Matti Kuortti, The Winter War

1948-05-19

Grace Jones, Lord of War

1948-08-06

Michael Peters, The Cold War

1948-09-08

Great Kabuki, [Akihisa Yone Yoshi Mera], wrestler (NWA/NJPW/WAR/SWS)

1948-11-21

Lonnie Jordan, San Diego Ca, rock keyboardist/vocalist (War)

1948-9-26

Bruce Sudano, Charlie Wilson's War

1949-01-15

Mark Wilt, The War of the Worlds

1949-01-18

Steven P. Duchscherer, War of the Worlds

1949-02-24

Barbara Petritsch, Wohin und zurück - Teil 1: An uns glaubt Gott nicht mehr - Ferry oder Wie es war

1949-03-14

Michael Stedman, British World War I Historian and Author

1949-04-22

Bruce Paul Barbour, War of the Worlds

1949-04-23

Mablean Ephriam, Cells Phones, Spas and a Tug of War

1949-06-13

Detlev Eckstein, Auch ich war nur ein mittelmäßiger Schüler

1949-07-10

Mark Shera, The Best War in Town

1949-08-03

Morris "B B" Dickerson, Torrence Ca, bassist (War, Low Rider, Outlaw)

1949-08-16

Malcolm McFee, Oh! What a Lovely War

1949-08-20

Arkadiusz Gesikowski, War and Love

1949-10-08

Maggie Ollerenshaw, War Horse

1949-11-28

Vladi Kirov, War Correspondent

1949-12-06

Esa Suvilehto, The Winter War

1950-01-13

Ole Busck, Once Upon a War

1950-01-24

Gennifer Flowers, The War Room

1950-01-28

Per Waldvik, The Apple War

1950-04-16

Richard King, War Without End

1950-04-20

Steve Erickson, Anthrax War

1950-04-26

Piotr Szulkin, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1950-09-30

Victoria Tennant, London England (All of Me, Chiefs, Winds of War)

1950-11-08

David Gernaey, Stryker's War

1950-11-20

Kenneth MacDonald, The Day War Broke Out

1951-02-03

Mike Ruppert, The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror

1951-02-21

Jason Robbins, War

1951-04-01

Henry Gross, All This and World War II

1951-06-26

Pamela Bellwood, The War Widow

1951-08-12

Andrzej Kiwala, Max Manus: Man of War

1951-08-24

Orson Scott Card, US, sci-fi author (Hugo, Nebula, Ender's War)

1951-11-13

George A. Clark, Ike: The War Years

1951-11-25

Arturo Pérez Reverte, Spanish novelist and war reporter

1951-11-29

Don Walker, Tomorrow, When the War Began

1951-12-21

Maryanne Culpepper, Vietnam's Unseen War: Pictures from the Other Side

1952-01-03

Adelheid Arndt, Maiden's War

1952-02-05

Ian Pollack, We Are Trying to Make Love, Not War

1952-03-27

Chick Vennera, Herkimer NY, actor (High Risk, Milagro Beanfield War)

1952-04-12

Tyler Drumheller, Curve Ball/The Ivory War/Captain of Capitalism

1952-07-14

Franklin Graham, Holy War: Should Americans Fear Islam?

1952-07-16

Robert Steele, American Drug War: The Last White Hope

1953-03-09

Aleksander Sroczynski, Never More War

1953-03-28

Eva Schönherr, Schön war die Zeit

1953-05-02

Valery Gergiev, The War Symphonies: Shostakovich Against Stalin

1953-06-05

Connie Kennedy, War of the Worlds

1953-07-29

Ken Burns [Kenneth Lauren], Brooklyn, New York, American director and documentary film producer (The Civil War, Baseball)

1953-08-04

Oleg Popkov, Punisher: War Zone

1953-08-19

Mary Matalin, The War Room

1953-09-02

Ahmad Shah Massoud, Afghan commander and a war hero (d. 2001)

1953-12-27

Arthur Kent, newscaster [Scud Stud], (NBC-Gulf War coverage)

1953-12-31

Teri Pollack, We Are Trying to Make Love, Not War

1953-9-21

Wojciech Gogolewski, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1954-02-11

Aleksandr Korshunov, Fortress of War

1954-03-20

Tamás Philippovits, Hanna's War

1954-05-10

Sari Jokelin, The Winter War

1954-07-10

Mark Manley, War of the Worlds

1954-08-25

Joe Cacciotti, War of the Worlds

1954-11-30

Lawrence H. Summers, Sovereign Wealth Fund/The Path to War/A Bigger Leap for Mankind

1954-12-02

Stone Phillips, Children of War/Rocky Mountain High/The Perfect Storm

1954-12-25

Robin Campbell, Urgh! A Music War

1954-9-27

Rick Weinhoffer, The War Effort

1955-02-01

Johnny 'Gyro' Potter, A Threat of War

1955-02-08

John Fox, The Second War/Fat City/The Coach

1955-02-10

Chris Adams, WCW/NWO World War 3

1955-03-15

Aleksandr Sirin, Fortress of War

1955-04-13

Louis Johnson, Charlie Wilson's War

1955-08-04

Bob Baumhower, Roll Tide/War Eagle

1955-08-26

Douglas Mazell, Home from War

1955-12-02

Erja Dammert, War Children

1955-12-25

Lee McLaughlin, War of the Worlds

1955-9-08

Rudi Teichmann, Max Manus: Man of War

1956-01-11

Kuniaki Kobayashi, wrestler (WAR/NJPW)

1956-01-26

Jacek Kondracki, Bride of War

1956-02-05

Petr Hartl, Lord of War

1956-05-24

Vesa Vierikko, The Winter War

1956-05-25

Tatsutoshi Goto, wrestler (WAR/NJPW)

1956-06-03

Terry Bamber, World War Z

1956-06-04

John Hockenberry, War Against the Weak

1956-06-27

John Michael Bolger, War of the Worlds

1956-10-12

William A. Baker, The Truth About the War in Heaven: Weapons of Our Warfare

1956-10-22

Harry Markopolos, The Man Who Knew/The War Next Door/Bobby Jindal

1956-11-02

Cliff Silver, Logan's War: Bound by Honor

1956-12-07

Rebecca Harms, Gestern war heute noch morgen

1957-02-26

Peter Indergand, War Photographer

1957-05-01

Dave Taylor, WCW World War 3

1957-07-10

Cindy Sheehan, American anti-war/political activist

1957-07-26

Norman Baker, Anthrax War

1957-08-25

Ian Brodie, The Heavy Water War: Stopping Hitler's Atomic Bomb

1957-10-29

Ricardo T. Jose, Crucible of Empire: The Spanish American War

1957-11-20

Jim Brown, Urgh! A Music War

1957-12-24

Hamid Karzai, The Longest War/Arnold

1958-01-03

Hyung-rae Shim, Dragon Wars: D-War

1958-01-12

Christiane Amanpour, War Photographer

1958-01-19

Matthew Raney, Shooting War

1958-02-01

Timo Torikka, The Winter War

1958-02-18

Esko Kovero, The Winter War

1958-04-05

Sam Organ, Soviet War Scare 1983

1958-04-08

Marita Marschall, Witness in the War Zone

1958-04-14

Peter Capaldi, World War Z

1958-06-04

Selwyn Brown, Urgh! A Music War

1958-07-15

Jim Wright, Charlie's War

1958-08-16

David S. Heifetz, Dragon Wars: D-War

1958-08-22

Lash Huffman, WCW/NWO Fall Brawl: War Games

1958-08-22

Dean Peters, WCW/NWO World War 3

1958-08-26

Scott Schafer, The Way of War

1958-09-04

Shiro Koshinaka, wrestler (WAR/NJPW)

1958-10-26

Grace Guggenheim, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

1958-11-06

Ingrid Lacey, In Love and War

1958-11-28

Georges Rutaganda, Rwandan war criminal

1958-12-08

Yutaka Izubuchi, The Record of the Lodoss War

1958-9-06

Wendy Kaufman, Cells Phones, Spas and a Tug of War

1959-02-10

Tonga, [Uliuli Fifita], wrestler (WCW/WAR/WWF, Ming, Haku, Islanders)

1959-03-10

Taneli Mäkelä, The Winter War

1959-03-15

Ruben Dishdishyan, Fortress of War

1959-07-24

Lee Anne De Vette, 'War of the Worlds': Characters - The Family Unit

1959-07-25

Signe Wilkinson, Iraq War Editorial Cartoons

1959-08-21

Shawn Nelson, Cul de Sac: A Suburban War Story

1959-11-07

Teresa Swift, Charlie Wilson's War

1959-11-29

Rahm Emanuel, The War Room

1959-11-29

Stevan Koprivica, War Live

1959-12-03

Fernando Olmedo, Funny Dirty Little War

1959-12-11

Phil Woolas, Strike: When Britain Went to War

1959-12-24

Perry Lang, Men of War

1960-01-06

Howie Long, War Games

1960-01-07

Loretta Sanchez, The Invisible War

1960-01-15

Ivan Brkic, How the War Started on My Island

1960-01-16

Ljubomir Kerekes, How the War Started on My Island

1960-01-23

Zdenek Pechácek, Lord of War

1960-03-24

Barry Horowitz, WCW/NWO World War 3

1960-07-16

Sergey Tsepov, Fortress of War

1960-07-18

Simon Heffer, Fifties British War Films: Days of Glory

1960-08-04

Rika Hofmann, The War of the Roses

1960-08-29

Predrag 'Predjo' Vusovic, How the War Started on My Island

1960-10-11

Christina Lim, The War: Nisei Soldiers

1960-11-02

Tihomir Blaškić, Croatian war criminal

1960-12-12

Kyeong-yeong Lee, War of the Arrows

1960-12-14

James Comey, The Director/The War on Leaks/Public Enemy

1960-12-14

Ralph Pitre, Robert Capa: In Love and War

1960-12-29

Stefan Nitoslawski, War of 1812

1960-9-29

Lorna Jean Katz, War of the Worlds

1961-02-07

Kevin Ritter, Lord of War

1961-02-10

George Stephanopoulos, The War Room

1961-02-23

Sarah Foot, The War of the Words

1961-05-12

Paul Begala, The War Room

1961-05-27

Eva Brunner-Szabo, War Requiem - Liebe & Anarchie III

1961-08-08

Tim Cooper, Fire, Plague, War and Treason

1961-08-28

Sergey Vlasov, Fortress of War

1961-10-13

Ken Feragen, Everyman's War

1962-02-04

John Gordon Sinclair, World War Z

1962-03-22

Ray Mendoza Jr., WCW World War 3

1962-04-07

Deborah Scranton, The War Tapes

1962-05-02

Alexandra Boulat, Beyond Words: Photographers of War

1962-05-12

Heikki Paavilainen, The Winter War

1962-06-02

Ann Petrone, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

1962-07-23

David Brock, Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism

1962-08-03

Karen Wall Toy, The Great War of Magellan

1962-08-17

Gilby Clarke, US pop guitarist (Guns n' Roses-Civil War)

1962-10-02

Roberto Gutierrez Frías, WCW World War 3

1962-10-10

Tony Pitts, War Horse

1962-11-12

Antti Raivio, The Winter War

1962-11-17

Kurt Herbel, War of the Worlds

1962-11-23

Paul Jacobson, Art of War

1962-12-15

Igor Ugolnikov, Fortress of War

1962-12-23

Je-kyu Kang, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

1962-12-24

Nobuteru Yûki, The Record of the Lodoss War

1962-9-16

Mark Lopez, Inside the Vietnam War

1963-02-18

Maris Valainis, Casualties of War

1963-05-23

Neil Nash, Doug's Great Beet War/Doug's Magic Act

1963-06-25

Bobby Smedley, WCW World War 3

1963-07-13

Peter Benedict, War Horse

1963-08-26

Stella Croxon, War of the Worlds

1964-01-03

Nicole C. Mullen, Left Behind: World at War

1964-01-13

Senka Bulic, How the War Started on My Island

1964-02-01

Steve Larson, Casualties of War

1964-03-14

Mirjam Van Lith, Gaston's War

1964-03-26

Paul Bostaph, Slayer: War at the Warfield

1964-07-04

Sam Dodson, War of the Worlds

1964-07-10

Stefan Ehlers, Casualties of War

1964-07-26

Sandra Bullock, Wash DC, actress (Speed, Net, Love & War)

1964-08-11

Jim Lee, Justice League: War

1964-08-23

Jerry Buteyn, Brother's War

1964-10-06

Mark Cheng, War

1964-10-12

Lee Ingalls, Ambrose Bierce: Civil War Stories

1964-9-11

Gary Lydon, War Horse

1965-01-04

Beth Gibbons, Lord of War

1965-02-16

Dave Lombardo, Punisher: War Zone

1965-02-21

Alex Chill, The American StreetFighterz Trilogy Street Godz of War II

1965-04-09

Tomas Mendoza, WCW/NWO World War 3

1965-04-26

Federico Barone, Sweet War, Farewell

1965-10-16

Rick Wilson, WCW/NWO World War 3

1965-10-21

Scott Vick, WCW/NWO Fall Brawl: War Games

1965-10-27

Matt Chesse, World War Z

1965-12-13

Lisa Ruth, The War

1965-9-27

Peter Mackay, The War at Home

1966-01-11

Nils Düwell, Max Manus: Man of War

1966-02-18

Serena Ebhardt, War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II

1966-03-10

Stephen Mailer, NYC, actor (Red Meat, League of Their Own, War & Love)

1966-04-09

Angus Mackechnie, The National Theatre: Part Two - War and Peace

1966-04-29

Zsolt Büti, World War Z

1966-05-18

Michael Tait, Left Behind: World at War

1966-05-18

Josa Maule, War Witch

1966-07-14

Matthew Fox, World War Z

1966-08-13

Jim Cole, War

1966-09-19

El Samurai, [Osamu Matsuda], wrestler (WAR/NJPW)

1966-10-14

Monty Walden, War

1966-10-25

Matija Prskalo, How the War Started on My Island

1966-11-12

Edward Schofield, God of War III

1966-12-08

Scott Shepherd, Johnson County War

1966-9-17

Trevor Brown, World War Z

1967-01-07

Nick Clegg, Russell Brand: End the Drugs War

1967-02-06

Susan McKeown, My Brother's War

1967-03-24

Mark Whiteley, In Love and War

1967-03-25

Constantino Fernández 'Tino', Children's War

1967-04-01

Christopher Eric Ruiz, Love and War II

1967-04-10

Dimitar Ganev, The Hedgehogs' War

1967-05-07

Mac Ruth, World War Z

1967-05-18

Eric Faber, War and Love

1967-06-02

Chris Lehane, Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers

1967-07-03

Alex Martin, Am Anfang war das Feuer

1967-07-06

Marc Greville-Masson, 5 Days of War

1967-07-07

Jennifer Abbott, War of the Gods

1967-08-04

Kembra Pfahler, War Is Menstrual Envy

1967-08-22

Ant, Cells Phones, Spas and a Tug of War

1967-10-02

Jim Hanna, War of the Worlds

1967-10-11

Thomas D.G. Johnson, The Chocolate War

1967-11-07

Anousha Zarkesh, Tomorrow, When the War Began

1967-11-11

Jim Boeven, Hart's War

1967-11-15

Michiyoshi Ohara, wrestler (WAR/NJPW)

1967-11-16

Nicole Boxer, The Invisible War

1967-11-23

Donald Munro, War

1967-12-16

Miranda Otto, War of the Worlds

1967-9-29

Mikael Hellström, Miss Friman's War

1967-9-30

Andrea Roth, War

1968-01-09

Mickey Davie, World War Z

1968-02-29

Wendi Peters, In Love and War

1968-03-11

Christian Peppard, Path to War

1968-05-05

Atsuro Watabe, The Flowers of War

1968-06-15

Tim Cormack, Bad Blood: The Border War That Triggered the Civil War

1968-06-21

Brandon Douglas, Chips, the War Dog

1968-06-24

Todd Cherniawsky, War of the Worlds

1968-06-27

Scott Stolz, War of the Worlds

1968-07-08

Liam Matthews, War Prayer

1968-07-12

Paul Hopkins, The Art of War

1968-08-25

David Alan Basche, War of the Worlds

1968-12-13

Chris Fries, Call of Duty: World at War

1968-12-28

Gavin Abbott, Dirty War

1968-9-17

Adi Visser, Lord of War

1968-9-28

J. Carlos Gonzalez, War Story

1969-02-14

Zach Hope, Dallas: War of the Ewings

1969-02-21

Anian Zollner, War Horse

1969-03-01

Scotty Antol, WCW World War 3

1969-03-28

Gisselle Ortiz Cáceres, Weekend War

1969-06-12

Hector Garza, WCW World War 3

1969-06-14

Anthony Viera, War, Inc.

1969-06-28

Marvin Eastman, UFC 50: The War of '04

1969-06-29

Aleks Paunovic, This Means War

1969-06-30

Shawn Lennox, This Means War

1969-07-27

Niklas J. Palm, Dragon Wars: D-War

1969-10-23

Dolly Buster, Sex war gestern - Pornostars nach ihrer Karriere

1969-11-30

Marc Forster, World War Z

1969-9-12

Robert Farrior, The Good War

1969-9-16

Chris Sharp, Everyman's War

1970-01-07

Steve Whelan, Cartel War

1970-01-16

John Dahl Honoré, The War Prayer

1970-02-18

Lolo García, Daddy's War

1970-02-20

Karen Schmeer, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

1970-03-10

Michael Hartel, War of the Worlds

1970-03-21

Kiril Anufriev, War

1970-04-02

Jo Berry, Bullets, Bombs and Bridges: The Story of the War Film

1970-04-21

Shigeo Kobayashi, The Flowers of War

1970-05-17

Adam Jordan, War of the Worlds

1970-06-09

Jelisaveta Tatic, War Live

1970-06-18

Kenneth M. Stasiowski, WCW/NWO World War 3

1970-06-24

John Gallo, The War of the Worlds

1970-06-29

Marie Matiko, The Art of War

1970-10-21

Louis Koo, Drug War

1970-10-21

John N. Morales, War of the Worlds

1970-10-28

Ayad Akhtar, The War Within

1970-11-22

Michele Sblendorio, War

1970-12-07

Antony Stone, Lord of War

1970-12-14

Lec Zorn, War of the Broken Soldier

1970-12-30

Anna Wojcikiewicz, Bride of War

1970-9-03

Jeremy Glick, Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism

1970-9-16

James Landrith, Documentary: National March on Washington Against the War on Iraq

1971-01-11

Ivan Salaverry, UFC 50: The War of '04

1971-02-22

Rafael García, WCW/NWO World War 3

1971-02-23

Tamás Kertész, World War Z

1971-03-02

William Scarboro, Rise of the Triad: Dark War

1971-05-13

Fana Mokoena, World War Z

1971-05-15

Laura Nardi, In Love and War

1971-05-27

Tino Struckmann, Brother's War

1971-06-08

Aaron James, This Means War

1971-06-09

Jennifer Kitchen, This Means War

1971-08-04

Matt Flanders, World War Z

1971-08-27

Garth A. Dyke, Cold War

1971-12-09

Geoff Barrow, Lord of War

1972-01-24

Peter John Ross, Horrors of War

1972-01-26

Cyia Batten, Charlie Wilson's War

1972-02-01

J. Cindy Hill, The War

1972-02-18

James Brabazon, Liberia: An Uncivil War

1972-02-28

Jorge Rivera, UFC 50: The War of '04

1972-03-07

Dong-gun Jang, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

1972-03-29

Ed Vassallo, War of the Worlds

1972-04-10

Hyeong-jin Kong, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

1972-04-12

NiCole Robinson, Dragon Wars: D-War

1972-04-16

Jamie Wilson, The Opium War

1972-05-04

Micah Ohlman, War Zone

1972-05-22

Max Brooks, World War Z

1972-07-17

Norman Golightly, Lord of War

1972-08-04

Chris Lindsay, War of the Worlds

1972-11-24

Samira Bellil, The New French Revolution/The Image War/Domingo

1972-12-27

Leonardo García Vale, One Man's War

1972-9-16

Juan Banos Jr., WCW World War 3

1973-02-16

Brad Simpson, World War Z

1973-02-22

Aleksandr Kott, Fortress of War

1973-03-02

Valérie Donzelli, Declaration of War

1973-03-09

Wayne Trask, Trojan War

1973-03-24

Andrey Merzlikin, Fortress of War

1973-03-30

Shelley Minto, War Bride

1973-04-08

Larissa Bond, Lord of War

1973-04-29

Chris Connor, The Mexican-American War

1973-05-12

Mackenzie Astin, In Love and War

1973-06-27

Garth R. Hassell, War of the Worlds

1973-08-06

Randall Tan, Chicken Rice War

1973-08-23

Thuy Thu Le, Casualties of War

1973-10-04

Florian Stiege, Lord of War

1973-10-16

Thomas S. Ciciura, War of the Worlds

1973-10-23

Jaak Kilmi, Disco and Atomic War

1973-10-29

Pierre Png, Chicken Rice War

1973-12-07

Mike Deffina, Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann

1973-12-12

David Tamkin, This Means War

1973-9-14

Luka Kuncevic, War of the Worlds: Goliath

1974-01-19

Natassia Malthe, This Means War

1974-01-23

Norah O'Donnell, Vice President Biden/Inside the Air War/The New Burma

1974-02-01

Jeff D. Richey, The War at Home

1974-02-19

Oliver Driscoll, World War Z

1974-03-19

Ardo Ran Varres, Disco and Atomic War

1974-04-13

Mark Louie, War

1974-04-15

Ryan Viniotis, War of the Worlds

1974-05-21

Julia Thurnau, Max Manus: Man of War

1974-06-21

Michael R. Duffy, The Wizard War

1974-07-09

Nikola Djuricko, World War Z

1974-08-03

John Vito Pietanza, We Are Trying to Make Love, Not War

1974-08-05

Leona Cassin, War

1974-08-08

Scott Norris, War of the Worlds

1974-08-14

Christian Fanning, Act of War: Direct Action

1974-08-14

Christopher Gorham, Justice League: War

1974-10-02

Goran Malus, How the War Started on My Island

1974-10-05

Mei Lai Hippisley Coxe, War of the Worlds

1974-11-20

Jan Seidl, Lord of War

1974-12-30

Roland Tzafetás, World War Z

1974-9-09

Alan M. Crane, A Mean Man's War

1974-9-11

Kit Ellis, American War Eagles: Thunder from the Skies

1974-9-30

Rick Perry, Passions of War Chapter 1: Honor

1975-01-23

Tito Ortiz, UFC 50: The War of '04

1975-01-23

Joseph Benjamin Stewart, War of the Worlds

1975-02-13

Mariya Sergeenkova, Fortress of War

1975-02-26

Drew Goddard, World War Z

1975-03-14

Ernesto Cantu, World War Z

1975-04-04

Tommaso Arrighi, War

1975-04-05

Tracey Muir, The Dogs of War

1975-05-07

Tommy Guiffre, War of the Worlds

1975-05-22

Chris Davenport, The War That Made America

1975-06-25

Kiur Aarma, Disco and Atomic War

1975-08-16

Charles Linshaw, The Vaccine War

1975-08-17

Andre Relis, War Pigs

1975-10-25

Andreas Teuchert, War Against Stones

1975-10-28

Wayne Shields, Lord of War

1975-11-14

Nicolai Cleve Broch, Max Manus: Man of War

1975-12-02

Russ Russo, An Act of War

1975-9-02

Cory Barlog, God of War II

1975-9-09

Zoe Quist, War of the Worlds

1975-9-19

Daniel Eric Gold, Charlie Wilson's War

1975-9-22

Mireille Enos, World War Z

1975-9-22

Michael G. Thomas, War Crimes

1975-9-27

Travis Aaron Wade, War of the Worlds

1976-01-05

P.J. Gaynard, War of the Worlds

1976-01-17

Daren A. Herbert, This Means War

1976-01-30

Christine Ciraolo, The War at Home

1976-02-05

Gabor Kiszelly, World War Z

1976-03-27

Taylor Humphries, Tyler's War

1976-04-03

Bo-kyeong Kim, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

1976-06-29

Yili Ma, Cold War

1976-07-02

Pavel Derevyanko, Fortress of War

1976-07-10

Tomer Biran, Lord of War

1976-08-03

Tom Muschamp, Friendly Fire: Exposing Gulf War Syndrome

1976-10-10

Dante Antonio Dominguez, War

1976-10-17

Aleksey Dmitriev, Fortress of War

1976-11-01

Taylor Marshall-Green, Lord of War

1976-12-31

Lucia Diaz Sas, War of the Worlds

1976-9-10

Carsten Kurpanek, World War Z

1976-9-30

Adam Jones, War of the Worlds

1977-01-02

Jason Bice, Everyman's War

1977-01-24

Pia Glenn, Fun with War Crimes

1977-02-02

Sang-hong Lee, War of the Arrows

1977-02-20

Alex Pesusich, This Means War

1977-03-15

Tom Rye, World War Z

1977-03-20

Homicide, ROH: War of the Wire

1977-03-21

Adam Kosberg, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

1977-04-13

Adriana Victoria Lewi, Dancing with Susana: Love Stories from the Dirty War

1977-05-06

Steven Wargo, War of the Worlds

1977-06-24

Jason Agnello, Fire and Ice: The Winter War of Finland and Russia

1977-07-08

Jon Barton, Punisher: War Zone

1977-07-30

Joseph Hickok, Path to War

1977-08-01

Danielle C. Carroll, Dragon Wars: D-War

1977-10-11

Enrico Cacace, Welcome to the War

1977-11-13

Jill Aquilino, We Are Trying to Make Love, Not War

1977-12-01

T.C. Stallings, War Room

1977-12-14

Joyce Chamaoun, War Follows You Home

1977-12-16

Trenton Teigen, The War of the Roses

1977-12-24

Bethany McKinney, The War of the Roses

1977-9-13

Tristan Jackson, War of the Worlds

1978-01-11

Joe Suba, Opium War

1978-02-23

Marko Mäkilaakso, War of the Dead

1978-02-24

Richard Sutton, Two Men Went to War

1978-03-17

Yuan Nie, The Flowers of War

1978-05-01

James Badge Dale, World War Z

1978-05-02

Tony Devlin, Hart's War

1978-05-23

William Lemoyce Tiller, The Last War

1978-06-09

Matthew Bellamy, World War Z

1978-06-14

Josh Gambino, God of War

1978-07-14

Rowbes, The War of the Worlds

1978-10-26

Wynn Everett, Charlie Wilson's War

1978-11-11

Roy War, BearCity

1978-9-18

Rosario Petix, War Story

1979-01-17

Daniel Scolari, War Horse

1979-01-26

Linda Steinhoff, Max Manus: Man of War

1979-01-30

Maryllis Gonzalez, World War Z

1979-02-03

Dawei Tong, The Flowers of War

1979-03-24

Jud Tylor, Charlie Wilson's War

1979-04-05

Man Giang, God of War

1979-04-06

Brian Margara, War of the Worlds

1979-05-08

Peter de Haan, Secrets of War

1979-05-25

Jennifer Semler, The Flowers of War

1979-06-04

Dominic Sikking, World War Z

1979-06-20

Matt Graham, Chapter 1: World War Two

1979-06-30

Rick Gonzalez, War of the Worlds

1979-07-25

Michael A. Galasso, War of the Worlds

1979-08-08

Rosanna Lavelle, Two Men Went to War

1979-08-13

Michael M. Piehler, War of the Worlds

1979-10-10

Jomar Staverløkk, A War Diary

1979-10-10

James M. Sandín, The War at Home

1979-10-16

Jena Kraus, The War at Home

1979-11-30

Tomas Young, Body of War

1980-01-01

Lexi Randall, The War

1980-01-04

Jared Slater, Captain America: Civil War

1980-02-14

Hilary Angelo, Charlie Wilson's War

1980-02-14

Michelle Ye, Drug War

1980-02-27

Chelsea Clinton, The War Room

1980-02-29

Patrick Cote, UFC 50: The War of '04

1980-03-26

Shaun Scholtz, War

1980-04-26

Anivile Daniel, War of the Worlds

1980-05-20

Agnes Kittelsen, Max Manus: Man of War

1980-05-29

Jason Adams, Horrors of War

1980-06-16

Jason Garford, War Torn

1980-06-26

Nodar Dzhanelidze, Fortress of War

1980-07-03

Gabriel Tigerman, Charlie Wilson's War

1980-07-05

Ryan Kaye, American Drug War: The Last White Hope

1980-07-28

Jonathan Dreyer, War

1980-10-16

Erik Aleksander Schjerven, Max Manus: Man of War

1980-11-16

Eun-ju Lee, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

1980-11-22

Max Vinokur, Am Anfang war der Granatapfel

1980-11-27

Thomas Nordseth-Tiller, Max Manus: Man of War

1980-9-24

Tanit Phoenix, Lord of War

1981-01-08

Justin Ambrosino, Lord of War

1981-01-15

Marina Gordon, God of War III

1981-01-28

Barry Walsh, War of the Buttons

1981-02-01

Sean Hampton, Race War

1981-03-08

Thomas Kavanagh, War of the Buttons

1981-04-04

Benny Ciaramello, War of the Worlds

1981-06-06

Ellen Rosoff, The War at Home

1981-06-11

Oliver Lee, War

1981-06-22

Amanda Brooks, Dragon Wars: D-War

1981-07-11

Rachel Clark, World War Z

1981-07-17

Gunnar Atli Cauthery, War Horse

1981-10-02

Scott Rocher, Lights, Camera, War!

1981-10-15

James Eggleton, World War Z

1981-11-25

Jennifer Lynn Buonantony, War of the Worlds

1981-12-02

Salvo Lavis, Lights, Camera, War!

1981-12-15

Cameron Fay, Tom's War on Terror

1981-12-29

Zack Beseda, War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave

1981-9-07

Paul Ziemba, Lights, Camera, War!

1982-01-08

Wil Francis, Fearless Vampire Killers: At War with the Thirst

1982-02-22

Paul Zepeda, The War Boys

1982-04-30

Ryan Zunkley, Dragon Wars: D-War

1982-05-08

Cara Christeson, Horrors of War

1982-05-18

Eric West, World War Z

1982-07-02

Darren Kinash, War of the Dead

1982-07-08

Claire Marshall, The Boondi War

1982-07-13

Evan Parsons, War

1982-08-09

Eva Cantu, The Milagro Beanfield War

1982-10-13

Yun-hie Jo, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

1982-10-31

Justin Chatwin, War of the Worlds

1982-11-09

James W.G. Smith, Anthems of War

1982-12-02

Neil Linpow, War Games

1982-12-08

James Guffey, ROH: War of the Wire

1982-9-05

Kristin Mellian, Elemental: War of Magic

1982-9-17

Lorelei Llee, War of the Worlds

1983-01-09

David Ellison, World War Z

1983-03-02

Nickolai T. Kolev Jr., Stella's War

1983-03-17

Atit Shah, An Act of War

1983-03-22

Mats Eldøen, Max Manus: Man of War

1983-04-23

Alison Rasberry, War

1983-05-08

Elyes Gabel, World War Z

1983-06-10

Shanna Collins, War of the Worlds

1983-06-17

Magne Gulbrandsen, Max Manus: Man of War

1983-06-30

Jae-hyeong Jeon, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

1983-07-30

Morgan Palmer Hubbard, Chariots of War

1983-08-05

Vaughn Kent, War Eagle, Arkansas

1983-08-07

Sarah Nilsen, War of the Worlds

1983-08-19

Missy Higgins, Tomorrow, When the War Began

1983-11-05

Sheena Knight, Winds of War

1983-11-24

Bill Kramme, A Declaration of War

1983-11-28

Razvan Margineanu, The Flowers of War

1983-12-26

Harris Sultan, Spoils of War

1983-9-19

Mercy Murugi, Worse Than War

1984-01-02

Nino Gomes, Everyman's War

1984-01-10

Tom Bayne, Everyman's War

1984-01-24

Carly Reeves, Charlie Wilson's War

1984-03-23

Thiago Torres de Oliveira, Rise and Fall: Civilizations at War

1984-04-19

Steph Song, War

1984-05-04

John Sliskovich, Brother's War

1984-05-21

Stephanie Herbert, Lights, Camera, War!

1984-05-26

Alberto Luceño, World War Z

1984-06-07

A.J. Presley, War of the Worlds

1984-07-02

Avi Liani, 5 Days of War

1984-08-05

Igor Ivanov, Fortress of War

1984-10-05

Dmitry Terekhov, Lord of War

1984-12-15

Kirsty Lee Allan, The Dogs of War

1984-9-11

Troy Glasgow, World War Z

1984-9-12

Katie Walter, The War at Home

1984-9-24

Vilhjalmur Simonarson, Guilt of War

1985-01-03

Julia Levy-Boeken, World War Z

1985-02-20

Ian Logan, Merlin and the War of the Dragons

1985-03-14

Philip Cornwall, War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave

1985-03-30

Nick S. Thomas, War Crimes

1985-04-02

Tom Martino, Race War: The Remake

1985-04-29

Einar Kotka, Disco and Atomic War

1985-05-23

Ryan Goodland, Lights, Camera, War!

1985-05-27

Jonathan Mercieca, World War Z

1985-06-10

Skye Stolnitz, World War Z

1985-10-31

Steve Ditzel, Uncivil War

1985-9-07

Elyse Lain, Dragon Wars: D-War

1985-9-18

Vicky Jewson, Born of War

1986-04-11

Emily Nilsen, War of the Worlds

1986-05-20

Robert Emms, War Horse

1986-06-14

Jennifer Starkey, Buffalo Wing War

1986-10-26

Tyrell Witherspoon, This Means War

1986-10-30

Dean Ashton, Dirty War

1986-11-22

Sammy T. Dobson, Joe Maddison's War

1986-9-21

Shadwick Wilde, The War Boys

1987-01-01

James Liddell, War Flowers

1987-01-07

Zahari Grozdanov, World War Z

1987-02-28

Eri Shiiba, Kids War 5

1987-05-18

Jordan Estes, Prisoners of War

1987-06-06

Tony Gomes, Everyman's War

1987-06-18

Lee Keable, Fearless Vampire Killers: At War with the Thirst

1987-08-21

Alan Kemper Armani, War of the Worlds

1987-10-16

Ty Roderick, Prisoners of War

1987-10-17

Knut Joner, Max Manus: Man of War

1987-10-24

Lincoln Lewis, Tomorrow, When the War Began

1988-03-10

Emmanuel Akintunde, World War Z

1988-04-07

Kyle Schwarz, A Time for War II

1988-04-29

Michael E. Palm, Day Under Fire: Vietnam War

1988-08-08

Ni Ni, The Flowers of War

1988-08-18

Jessi Nolan, Christmas and the Civil War

1989-03-06

Zachary Junt, This Means War

1989-03-11

Daniella Kertesz, World War Z

1989-06-15

Anna Tsukanova, Fortress of War

1989-07-12

Phoebe Tonkin, Tomorrow, When the War Began

1989-9-02

Matias Ponce, Flight World War II

1990-04-06

Evan Smirnow, In Love and War

1990-05-01

Caitlin Stasey, Tomorrow, When the War Began

1990-11-27

Jonathan Holbert, War of the Worlds

1990-11-29

Steffi Thake, World War Z

1990-12-26

Weston Cage, Lord of War

1990-9-12

Kasland, Gears of War 3

1991-04-19

Liam Butler, World War Z

1991-05-24

Colin York, You Became I: The War Within

1991-06-03

Robert Sealey, World War Z

1991-12-10

Ruari Cannon, World War Z

1991-12-12

Leo Taylor-Jannati, The War I Knew

1992-03-05

Laura Serafini, The Good War

1992-05-03

Brett Sherwood, Little Brother of War

1992-11-11

Ashleigh Cummings, Tomorrow, When the War Began

1993-08-16

Izzy Steel, Charlie's War

1993-12-05

Emanuele Annunziata, Mario's War

1994-02-13

Brent Primus, War Dog

1994-05-22

Tailléur Birch, Reflections of War

1994-06-26

Leonard Carow, War Horse

1994-07-29

David Brosius, Hidden War

1994-07-29

Ryan Brosius, Hidden War

1995-01-15

Dylan Scheller, Casualties of War

1995-04-25

Christian Baste, Casualties of War

1995-08-20

Aleksey Kopashov, Fortress of War

1995-9-05

Marco Grieco, Mario's War

1997-01-02

Dashiell Howell, War of the Worlds

1997-01-15

Alex Cardillo, I Declare War

1997-01-31

Gabrielle McLaren, War Bride

1997-01-31

Schyler McLaren, War Bride

1997-08-15

Louis Dussol, War of the Buttons

1997-10-16

Thomas Goldberg, War of the Buttons

1997-10-23

Zach Callison, Justice League: War

1998-11-12

Issei Kakazu, Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core

1998-12-28

Luke Collins, Outbreak of War

1999-02-03

Abigail Hargrove, World War Z

1999-05-19

Dulaney Sundin, War of Our Children

1999-12-09

James Mordaunt, Outbreak of War

2000-07-30

Freddie Ingles, Outbreak of War

2000-08-16

Olympia Miccio, Brother's War

2001-08-05

Maddox Jolie-Pitt, World War Z

2004-07-14

Edward Bartlett, Fact or Fiction: The War of the Worlds and the Hitler Diaries

War - Notable Weddings

Ethan AllenFeb 16, 1784

Harriet TubmanMar 18, 1869

War - Weddings
Date Event
1784-02-16

American Revolutionary War patriot Ethan Allen (46) weds second wife Frances Montresor Brush Buchanan

1862-09-23

Russian writer ("War and peace") Leo Tolstoy (34) marries Sophia Andreevna Behrs (18) daughter of a physician

1865-01-16

Confederate soldier during US Civil War Brigadier General John Pegram marries Hetty Cary

1869-03-18

US Abolitionist Harriet Tubman marries civil war veteran Nelson Davis in Auburn NY

1929-06-03

Actor and naval officer of World War II Douglas Fairbanks Jr (19) weds actress Joan Crawford (24) at St. Malachy in New York City

1939-04-22

Actor and naval officer of World War II Douglas Fairbanks Jr (29) weds Huntington Hartford's former wife Mary Lee Hartford

War - Notable Deaths

Benedict ArnoldJun 14, 1801

Thomas JacksonMay 10, 1863

Laura SecordOct 17, 1868

Crazy HorseSep 5, 1877

William Tecumseh ShermanFeb 14, 1891

Franz FerdinandJun 28, 1914

Joachim von RibbentropOct 16, 1946

Billy BishopSep 11, 1956

War - Deaths
Date Event
1190-08-21

Godfried III, duke of Brabant (Grimbergse war), dies

1589-08-11

Maarten Schenck van Nideggen, lt col (80 year war), dies at about 49

1675-11-28

Basil Feilding, 2nd Earl of Denbigh, English Civil War soldier (c. 1608)

1682-11-19

Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Royalist commander in the English Civil War (b. 1619)

1755-07-09

Edward Braddock, British General, mortally wounded at Fort Duquesne during French & Indian War. Dies 13th July.

1775-12-31

Richard Montgomery, General in Continental Army during American Revolutionary War, dies in attack on Quebec

1776-07-01

Francis Salvador, 1st Jew to die in American Revolutionary War

1776-12-26

Johann Gottlieb Rall, Hessian colonel/mercenary, dies in battle in American Revolutionary War

1777-01-12

Hugh Mercer, American Revolutionary War officer (mortally wounded in battle) (b. 1726)

1779-01-22

Claudius Smith, American Revolutionary War loyalist (b. 1736)

1790-05-29

Israel Putnam, American Revolutionary War general (b. 1718)

1801-06-14

Benedict Arnold, Revolutionary War general, dies in London at 60

1802-02-26

Esek Hopkins, American Revolutionary War admiral (b. 1718)

1807-05-17

John Gunby, Maryland Soldier in the American Revolutionary War (b. 1745)

1813-06-28

Gerhard JD von Scharnhorst, Prus min of War (1807-10), dies in battle

1818-05-26

Michael A Barclay de Tolly, Russian fieldmarshal/War Minister, dies

1820-02-16

Georg Carl von Döbeln, Swedish Lieutenant General and war hero (b. 1758).

1822-10-29

Dirk van Hogendorp, Dutch earl/general/minister of War, dies at 61

1825-06-05

Odysseas Androutsos, hero in the Greek War of Independence

1825-07-11

Thomas P. Grosvenor, American Revolutionary War soldier (b. 1744)

1829-03-02

Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, conspirator and supporter of the Mexican War of Independence (b. 1768)

1833-09-28

Lemuel Haynes, Revolutionary War veteran, dies at 88

1835-06-24

Andreas Vokos Miaoulis, Greek admiral and politician, commander of Greek naval forces in Greek War of Independence (b. 1769)

1839-05-13

Joseph Fesch, French cardinal/war commission/earl/senator, dies

1839-06-09

Gerrit J Pijman, Dutch minister of War (1798-1800), dies at 89

1852-05-12

John Richardson, Canadian writer (War of 1812), dies

1855-07-09

Lord Raglan Commander of the British forces during the Crimean War

1857-02-07

Félix PBOG, Earl of Merode, Belgian minister of War, dies at 65

1861-06-01

John Q Marr, US Confederate captain, dies in battle at Fairfax Courthouse, the first Confederate death of the war

1862-09-01

Oliver Tilden, of the Bronx, killed in Civil War in Virginia

1863-05-10

Thomas Jackson, ["Stonewall"], Confederate general (Civil War), dies at 39

1863-08-26

John Buchanan Floyd, US min of War (1857-60)/Confederate general, dies

1863-11-24

Claudius Charles Wilson, Confederate brig-gen during American Civil War, dies of fever at camp in Ringgold, Georgia

1864-10-26

"Bloody Bill" Anderson, American Civil War rebel guerrilla leader (b. 1839)

1868-10-17

Laura Secord, Canadian heroine of the war of 1812 (b. 1775)

1869-07-15

A J Haynes, US army captain and civil war veteren, assassinated by KKK

1869-12-24

Edwin M[cMasters] Stanton, US Secretary of War (1861-65), dies at 55

1870-02-14

St. John Richardson Liddell, American Civil War Confederate General (b. 1815)

1877-09-05

Crazy Horse [Tashunka Witko], last great Sioux war chief, dies at 37

1882-07-09

Ignacio Carrera Pinto, Chilean war hero(b. 1848)

1884-05-07

Judah P Benjamin, confederate minister of War, dies at 72

1884-06-18

Juan B Alberdi, [Figarillo], Argentine writer (Crime of War), dies at 74

1890-12-26

Heinrich Schliemann, German archaeologist (Trojan War), dies at 86

1890-12-31

Pancha Carrasco, Costa Rican war heroine (b. 1826)

1891-02-14

William Tecumseh Sherman, Union Civil War General, dies at 71

1893-12-04

Allan Wilson, British/Rhodesian Major, dies in battle against the Ndebeles during First Matabele War

1896-01-15

Matthew B Brady, US photographer (Civil War), dies at about 72

1898-03-11

William Rosecrans, American Civil War Union general (b. 1819)

1899-01-29

Robert J Fruin, Dutch historian (80-year war), dies at 75

1899-12-11

Andrew Wauchope, British Major-General, dies in Battle of Magersfontein in the Boer war, South Africa. Another British Major, The Marquess of Winchester also killed.

1901-08-11

Francesco Crispi, Italian minister of War/premier, dies at about 82

1901-09-25

Arthur Fremantle, British general and American Civil War observer (b. 1835)

1904-04-13

Vasili Vereshtshagin, Russian painter (War & Peace), dies

1904-07-14

President Paul Kruger, the face of Boer resistance against the British during the South African or Second Boer War (1899—1902), heart failure at 78

1905-06-17

Máximo Gómez, Crucible of Empire: The Spanish American War

1906-01-25

Joseph Wheeler, General Wheeler and Secretary of War Alger at Camp Wikoff

1906-03-04

John McAllister Schofield, former U.S. Secretary of War and Commanding General of the U.S. Army (b. 1831)

1907-01-24

Russell Alexander Alger, General Wheeler and Secretary of War Alger at Camp Wikoff

1909-07-08

Gaston AA marquis de Gallifet, Fren min of War (1899-1900), dies at 79

1910-11-20

Leo Tolstoi, Russian earl/writer (War & Peace), dies at 82 [OS]

1911-03-13

John J. Toffey, American Civil War Medal of Honor Recipient (b. 1844)

1913-07-07

Edward Burd Grubb, American Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General (b.1841)

1914-02-24

Joshua Chamberlain, Civil War hero for the Union on Little Round Top at the Battle of Gettysburg

1914-06-28

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria is assassinated in Sarajevo by young Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip, led to declarations of war in WWI

1914-11-01

Adna R. Chaffee, The War in China

1915-04-07

Louis Pergaud, War of the Buttons

1915-05-19

John Simpson Kirkpatrick stretcher bearer with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at Gallipoli during World War I (b. 1892)

1915-09-13

Andrew L. Harris, American Civil War hero and Governor of Ohio (b. 1835)

1916-01-03

Grenville M. Dodge, American Civil War Union Army Major General (b. 1831)

1916-07-04

Alan Seeger, American war poet (b. 1888)

1917-09-23

Werner Voss, German World War I pilot (b. 1897)

1917-12-28

Alfred Edwin McKay, Canadian World War One flying ace (b. 1892)

1918-03-20

Lewis A. Grant, American Civil War General (b. 1828)

1918-05-19

Raoul Lufbery, French-American World War I fighter pilot and flying ace (b. 1885)

1918-08-10

Erich Lowenhardt, Germany flying ace of World War I (b. 1897)

1918-11-04

Wilfred Owens, anti-war poet (Anthem for doomed youth), dies at 25

1919-02-21

Mary Edwards Walker, American surgeon and feminist, only woman awarded Medal of Honor (US Civil War) dies aged 86

1920-04-29

William Henry Seward, Jr., Union Brigadier General in the American Civil War (b. 1839)

1920-12-16

Ma, the Benovelent, Chinese muslim rebel (holy war), dies

1921-01-01

Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg, The First World War

1921-03-02

King Nicholas of Montenegro, Balkan War Scenes

1924-11-04

Richard Conner, American Civil War Medal of Honor Recipient (b. 1843)

1925-02-23

James H. Wilson, The War in China

1925-03-23

Aleksei Kuropatkin, Russian general/minister of War, dies at 76

1926-03-16

Sergeant Stubby, decorated World War I dog

1928-01-29

Douglas Haig, The First World War

1928-01-30

Douglas Haig, Brit fieldmarshal (Sudan/Boer war/WW I), dies at 66

1928-02-29

Armando V Diaz, Italian marshal/minister of War (1922-24), dies at 66

1930-12-11

Friedrich von Bernhardi, German war theorist/historian, dies at 81

1933-09-07

Edward Grey, The First World War

1936-07-24

Edward Clisbee, The Boer War

1937-02-07

Elihu Root, US min of War/Foreign affairs (Nobel 1912), dies at 91

1937-04-24

Colin Chase, The Range War

1937-07-26

Gerda Taro (Gerta Pohorylle), photojournalist dies covering Spanish Civil War aged 26

1937-10-09

George AA Alting van Geusau, Dutch min of war (1918-20), dies at 73

1939-04-21

Herman Finck, The Fourth War

1941-12-12

Cesar Basa, Philippine Air Force and World War II hero (b. 1915)

1942-04-17

Emilie Smith, The War Correspondents

1942-09-05

François de Labouchère, French aviator of World War II, compagnon de la Libération. (b. 1917)

1942-09-15

Jack Singer, US war reporter (Wasp), dies

1943-11-24

Martin Raschke, German author/war correspondent, dies at 38

1944-04-09

Evgeniya Rudneva, Russian World War II heroine (b. 1920)

1944-10-14

Erwin Rommel, Buzz Beurling: World War II Flying Ace

1945-01-31

Eddie Slovik, 1st US executed for desertion since Civil War at 25

1945-04-22

Käthe Kollwitz, The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century

1945-08-15

Korechika Anami, Japanese War Minister (b. 1887)

1945-09-16

John McCormack, War Horse

1946-02-21

José Streel, Belgian World War II collaborator (b. 1911)

1946-08-13

H.G. Wells, War of the Worlds

1946-10-16

Alfred Rosenberg, German war criminal, hanged

1946-10-16

Fritz Sauckel, German war criminal, hanged

1946-10-16

Hans Franc, German war criminal, hanged

1946-10-16

Joachim von Ribbentrop, German war criminal, hanged

1946-10-16

Wilhelm Frick, German war criminal, hanged

1947-02-02

Williband Hentschel, Prelude to War

1947-05-02

Dorothea Binz, Nazi war criminal (b. 1920)

1947-05-23

Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, War in the Highlands

1947-05-28

August Eigruber, Austrian war criminal (b. 1907)

1947-05-30

Georg Johannes, Ritter von Trapp World War I Austrian submarine commander (b. 1880); inspiration for "The Sound of Music"

1947-11-01

Man o' War, American thoroughbred racehorse (b. 1917)

1947-11-01

Man o' War, Glimpses of Kentucky

1948-12-21

Seishiro Itagaki, Japanese General/min of War, hanged

1948-12-23

Hideki Tojo, Japan PM (1941-44), hanged for war crimes at 64

1949-02-22

Russell Porter, actor (Betsy, Hanna's War, British Empire), dies

1949-08-02

Charles Oelze, Dogs of War

1950-07-05

Kenneth Shadrick, Pvt from WV becomes 1st US fatality in Korean War

1950-10-20

Henry Lewsis Stimson, US minister of War/gov-gen, dies

1951-06-07

Bobel, Braune, Naumann, Ohlendorf, Pohl, Schallenmair & Otto Schmidt, Nazi war criminals, hanged

1953-01-20

Nila Mac, War Brides

1953-05-19

Damasco Berenguer y Fuste, Spanish gen/min of War, dies at 79

1953-08-26

Heikki Klemetti, The Winter War

1953-11-20

Jimmie Dundee, At War with the Army

1955-01-24

Ira Hayes, American World War II hero (b. 1923)

1956-09-11

Billy Bishop, Canadian pilot in World War I (b. 1894)

1957-01-11

Walter Hoffman, The War of the Worlds

1957-12-16

Heinrich Hoffmann, The World at War

1959-03-11

Haydn Wood, War Horse

1959-03-16

John Sailling, last documented Civil War vet, dies at 111

1959-07-08

Dale Buisand & Chester Ovnand, 1st Americans killed in Vietnam War

1959-12-19

Walter Williams, claimed to be last survivor of Civil War, dies at 117

1959-12-25

Lorin Raker, Gang War

1960-04-21

Marcello Giorda, The Great War

1961-04-25

Stuart Thompson, At War with the Army

1962-05-31

Adolf Eichmann, Nazi war criminal, hanged at Ramie Prison in Israel at 56

1962-10-16

Frank Freeman Jr., The War of the Worlds

1963-05-13

Alois Hudal, bishop, helped Nazi war criminals escape (b. 1885)

1963-09-04

Robert Schuman, The Cold War: Act 1 - France

1965-06-21

Bernard M Baruch, pres advisor (termed "Cold War"), dies at 94

1966-02-03

June Walker, actress (War Nurses), dies at 65

1966-11-02

Sadao Araki, Japanese general/minister of War (1931-34), dies at 89

1966-12-23

Robert Keith, actor (Battle Circus, Men in War), dies at 68

1967-07-03

John Clark, actor (Last Day of the War), dies at 50

1967-09-01

Ilse Koch, Nazi war criminal (b. 1906)

1968-11-16

Robert Westerby, War and Peace

1973-05-21

Carlo E Gadda, Italian engineer/writer (War Diary), dies at 79

1974-07-14

Carl Spaatz, American World War II general and 1st Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, dies at 83

1974-11-23

Cornelius Ryan, war reporter/historian (Bridge too Far), dies at 54

1975-10-23

Charles Brokaw, actor (Outer Gate, I Cover the War), dies at 77

1976-01-31

Evert Taube, The Apple War

1976-12-24

Victor Stanitsin, actor (War & Peace, Jubilee), dies at 79

1977-02-06

Hayri Esen, The Independence War

1978-01-22

Oliver Leese, British World War II general (b. 1894)

1978-02-07

Vernon Rich, The War of the Worlds

1978-08-28

Bruce Catton, US historian/writer (Civil War), dies at 78

1978-10-30

Brian Hayles, Cold War

1979-03-15

Sture Ericson, The Apple War

1979-05-22

Christian Gottschalch, Once Upon a War

1979-06-10

Harry Kronman, Taps for a Dead War

1980-12-26

Aleksey Eybozhenko, Ich war neunzehn

1981-02-18

Adam Cyprian, How I Unleashed World War II

1981-02-26

FC Terborgh, [Reijnier Flaes], lawyer/writer (Turkish War), dies at 79

1981-06-17

Yitzhak Zuckerman [Itzhak Zuckerman], Jewish resistance hero in World War II and one of the few survivors of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, dies at 65

1981-11-20

Alfredo De Laurentiis, The Great War

1981-11-29

Aleksandr Degtyar, War and Peace

1981-12-31

Efim Dzigan, If War Comes Tomorrow

1982-05-28

Lt Col 'H'. Jones VC, British soldier (Falklands War) (b. 1940)

1982-06-12

Sgt Ian McKay VC, British soldier (Falklands War) (b. 1953)

1982-08-04

Richard De Rochemont, The Cold War: Act 1 - France

1982-08-08

Donald W. Roberson, The War Wagon

1982-09-05

Douglas Bader, RAF fighter pilot in World War II (b. 1910)

1982-11-01

King Vidor, director (War & Peace), dies at 88 of a heart ailment

1982-11-01

King Vidor, War and Peace

1982-11-02

Georgi Beryozko, If War Comes Tomorrow

1982-12-12

Bob Davis, Dogs of War

1982-12-19

Boris Smirnov, War and Peace

1983-01-30

[Dallas] Mack/McCord Reynolds, sci-fi author (Earth War), dies at 65

1983-07-29

Albert Hehn, The Honors of War

1984-02-01

Donn D. Erickson, Harry's War

1984-02-06

Józef Lodynski, How I Unleashed World War II

1984-04-07

Frank Church, POWs: Pawns of War - Part I

1984-04-16

Byron Haskin, The War of the Worlds

1984-09-27

Ellsworth Bunker, The Ten Thousand Day War

1985-11-24

Aimo Heino, One Man's War

1985-12-16

Don Coleman, 45 Calibre War

1986-01-16

Connie Conrad, War of the Hotels

1986-06-11

Chesley Bonestell, The War of the Worlds

1986-07-01

Roy Poole, actor (Winds of War), dies at 62

1986-07-08

Burl Stafford, War of the Colossal Beast

1986-07-31

Nikolay Sibeikin, War and Peace

1986-08-16

Reginald Fenderson, Gang War

1986-11-02

Paul Frees, The War of the Worlds

1986-12-29

Harold Macmillan, The First World War

1987-01-04

Lea Seidl, War and Peace

1987-03-09

Wic Kjellin, The Apple War

1987-11-14

Pieter Menten, Dutch war criminal, dies at 88

1988-01-08

Frank Pace Jr., Korea: The Unknown War

1988-01-16

Andrija Artuković, Croatian war criminal (b. 1899)

1988-02-15

Neil R[onald] Jones, sf writer (Space War, Twin Worlds), dies at 78

1988-02-16

Rosie Newman, Britain at War

1988-05-21

Moltas Eriksson, The Apple War

1988-07-13

Samuel L Mendel, oldest US war veteran, dies at 104

1988-07-23

Stuart Legg, The War for Men's Minds

1988-09-20

Rad Robinson, Stagecoach War

1988-11-09

Alfred Ralston, Oh! What a Lovely War

1988-12-09

Maria De Matteis, War and Peace

1988-12-13

Russell T. Carr, The Dogs of War

1988-12-17

Jerry Hopper, The Private War of Major Benson

1989-03-11

John J. McCloy, United States Secretary of War (b. 1895)

1989-03-29

Bernard Blier, actor (Les Miserables, Women & War), dies at 73

1989-08-08

Elsa Vazzoler, The Great War

1989-09-09

Tim Hovey, The Private War of Major Benson

1989-09-21

F Fischer, German war criminal (4, Two of Breda), dies

1989-11-25

Alva R. Fitch, American World War II and Korean soldier (b. 1907)

1990-02-07

Alfredo M. Santos, First Four-star General of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, World War II hero (b. 1905)

1990-04-02

Aldo Fabrizi, actor (Postman Goes to War, Open City), dies at 85

1990-04-03

Clair Huffaker, The War Wagon

1990-05-17

Carlos Riquelme, The Milagro Beanfield War

1990-09-07

A.J.P. Taylor, War Lords Anonymous

1990-11-14

Malcolm Muggeridge, Where Were You on the Day War Broke Out?

1990-11-19

Inez Almerfors, The Apple War

1991-01-13

Walter Broadfoot, War of the Colossal Beast

1991-02-07

John War Eagle, The Man from Laramie

1991-03-02

Georgiy Kurovskiy, War and Peace

1991-03-24

Henry Skjær, Once Upon a War

1991-07-11

Roger Christian, War of the Worlds

1991-11-03

Roman Wilhelmi, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

1992-02-16

George Mann MacBeth, Scottish journalist/poet (A War Quartet), dies

1992-09-23

James Van Fleet, Korea: The Unknown War

1992-10-12

John Hancock, actor (LA Law, Love & War), dies of a heart attack at 51

1992-12-18

Vladimir Semyonov, The Road to War

1993-01-14

Victor Warrender, The Road to War

1993-03-19

Aleksei Adzhubei, Nikita: The Elements of War

1993-03-24

Peter Roovers, Dutch sculptor/teacher (war monuments), dies at 90

1993-03-24

John Hersey, The War Lover

1993-05-13

George Corey, Mr. Winkle Goes to War

1993-06-05

George Strauss, The Road to War

1993-06-22

Theodora Warfield, War Brides

1993-07-02

Sir Edward Dunlop, Australian war hero (b. 1907)

1993-11-10

Wensley Pithey, actor (Oh What a Lovely War), dies at 79

1993-12-20

Abner J. Greshler, At War with the Army

1994-01-17

Chung Il Kwon, Korea: The Unknown War

1994-02-04

Harold Schneider, US producer (5 Easy Pieces, War Games), dies at 55

1994-03-12

Philippe Daudy, Korea: The Unknown War

1994-03-13

Sandra Paretti, Der Winter, der ein Sommer war

1994-04-01

Stuart Sloan, war hero/test pilot, dies at 72

1994-04-07

Evert Hartman, Dutch writer (War Without Friends), dies at 56

1994-08-16

John Doucette, actor (Fighting Mad, Gang War), dies of cancer at 73

1994-09-03

Fylgia Zadig, The War Is Over

1994-09-07

Frederick Manfred, Johnson County War

1994-09-12

Jean-Baptiste Duroselle, The Road to War

1994-09-15

Emilio Vidal, Funny Dirty Little War

1994-10-20

Sergey Bondarchuk, War and Peace

1994-11-24

Ivo Perilli, War and Peace

1994-11-28

Jerry Rubin, US anti-war activist (Youth Party), dies at 56

1994-12-20

Dean Rusk, The Ten Thousand Day War

1995-01-10

Roy Ashton, War and Remembrance

1995-01-15

Steven Gant, In Love and War

1995-01-26

Louis Heren, Korea: The Unknown War

1995-02-09

J William Fulbright, (Sen-D-Ark)/anti-Vietnam War, dies at 89

1995-02-09

J. William Fulbright, The Ten Thousand Day War

1995-04-23

Gianni Baghino, The Great War

1995-05-14

Zlatko Madunic, Atomic War Bride

1995-05-17

Shawn Nelson, Cul de Sac: A Suburban War Story

1995-07-03

Bert Hardy, Korea: The Unknown War

1995-08-19

Jean Solar, The Honors of War

1995-09-20

Mikhail Bogdanov, War and Peace

1995-11-04

Yitzhak Rabin, War

1996-01-21

Henry S. Villard, In Love and War

1996-02-09

Adolf Galland, How Hitler Lost the War

1996-04-17

Abbot Low Moffat, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1996-05-17

Rusi Modi, cricketer (736 runs 10 post-war Tests for India), dies

1996-09-16

Aleksandr Shelenkov, War and Peace

1996-09-18

Vera Brodsky Lawrence, Go Down, Moses!: Songs of War and Protest

1996-12-03

Julius Rosenkrantz, The War Wagon

1997-01-18

Paul Tsongas, The War Room

1997-03-01

Margaret Vines, The War Arrow

1997-03-21

Pekka Parikka, The Winter War

1997-03-24

U. Alexis Johnson, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1997-04-26

Glen Walters, She Goes to War

1997-07-01

Robert Mitchum, actor (Winds of War), dies at 79

1997-07-04

Charles Kuralt, The Revolutionary War

1997-07-27

Kenneth Forbes, At War with the Army

1997-09-15

Ivan Reiner, War Between the Planets

1997-10-04

Otto Ernst Remer, The World at War

1997-10-16

Adam Kennedy, Men in War

1997-11-15

Douglas MacArthur II, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1997-12-17

R.V. Jones, How Hitler Lost the War

1998-01-24

Philip Tibenham, The Falklands War: The Untold Story

1998-02-15

Martha Gelhorn, female war correspondent (Reuters), dies at 89

1998-02-17

Ernst Jünger, One Man's War

1998-03-02

Henry Steele Commager, American historian (Atlas of Civil War), dies at 95

1998-04-18

Ray Alchin, The Private War of Lucinda Smith

1998-04-23

Archimedes Patti, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1998-07-11

Gladys Snyder, Gang War

1998-11-21

Valentin Berezhkov, The Road to War

1998-12-15

Dean Peters, WCW/NWO World War 3

1998-12-24

Raemer Schreiber, American Physicist (Manhattan Project) who helped develop the first atomic bomb during World War II and prepared the Fat Man bomb that was used in the bombing of Nagasaki, dies at 88

1999-02-03

Freddie Roberto, The Milagro Beanfield War

1999-02-23

Rick Wilson, WCW/NWO World War 3

1999-03-23

Osmond Borradaile, I Was a Male War Bride

1999-04-19

Hermine Braunsteiner, Nazi war criminal (b. 1919)

1999-05-02

Ernest Gross, Korea: The Unknown War

1999-10-26

Stephen Roberts, At War with the Army

1999-12-27

Bill Neff, I Was a Male War Bride

2000-01-04

Ervin Knausmyuller, War and Peace

2000-03-31

Harvey Wasden, Men O'War

2000-04-04

Carl L. Sitter, Korean War Stories

2000-04-07

Meriel Forbes, Oh! What a Lovely War

2000-04-09

Robert Komer, The Ten Thousand Day War

2000-04-15

Irina Gubanova, War and Peace

2000-04-23

Erle C. Cocke, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2000-04-29

Van Dong Pham, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

2000-06-24

Fernando Olmedo, Funny Dirty Little War

2000-07-12

Charles Merritt, Canadian Army officer and recipient of the Victoria Cross during World War II (b. 1908)

2000-10-07

Walter Krupinski, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

2000-10-14

Lawrence Davidson, The Dogs of War

2000-12-01

Etta Bortolazzi, How the War Started on My Island

2001-01-12

Vladimir Semichastny, Cold War: Inside the K.G.B.

2001-02-12

Tiberio Mitri, The Great War

2001-04-11

Nicolas Clermont, The Art of War

2001-07-12

Jack Hupp, War Drums

2001-07-21

Óscar Cardozo Ocampo, Funny Dirty Little War

2001-08-05

Kenneth MacDonald, The Day War Broke Out

2001-09-11

Jeremy Glick, Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism

2001-09-29

Nguyen Van Thieu, The Ten Thousand Day War

2001-10-07

Chris Adams, WCW/NWO World War 3

2001-11-18

Malcolm McFee, Oh! What a Lovely War

2001-11-19

Roland Beamont, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

2001-12-12

Jean Richard, War of the Buttons

2002-02-22

Roden Cutler, Australian diplomat and war hero (b. 1916)

2002-05-02

Paul Livermore, At War with the Army

2002-08-09

William Scarboro, Rise of the Triad: Dark War

2002-09-03

Arnolda Lowry, KGB: The Secret War

2002-09-20

Joan Littlewood, Lovely War

2002-10-07

Bill Shinn, Korean War Stories

2002-10-09

Charles Guggenheim, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

2002-10-13

Stephen Ambrose, Shooting War

2002-10-22

Richard Helms, Cold War: Inside the CIA

2002-10-25

Paul Wellstone, Plan Colombia: Cashing In on the Drug War Failure

2003-01-22

Bill Mauldin, American World War II cartoonist (b. 1921)

2003-02-13

Walt Rostow, The Vietnam War: A Descent Into Hell

2003-04-30

Paul Moore, Voices of War - WWII

2003-05-02

George Wyle, Lord of War

2003-05-27

François Bondy, Am Anfang war der Dieb

2003-07-25

Ludwig Bölkow, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

2003-08-24

Jack Eisner, War and Love

2003-09-03

Raymond G. Davis, Korean War Stories

2003-11-15

Speedy West, Charlie Wilson's War

2003-12-21

Oleg Troyanovski, Cold War: The Strangelove Factor

2003-12-22

Patrick Crean, War and Peace

2004-01-28

Midge Mackenzie, John Huston War Stories

2004-03-07

Isaac Kleinerman, The Unknown War

2004-03-16

Nathan C. Heard, Gordon's War

2004-03-20

Pierre Sévigny, A Web of War

2004-05-09

Tommy Farrell, At War with the Army

2004-05-23

Charles B. Smith, Korean War Stories

2004-07-19

Lilias Munro, The War Game

2004-09-03

Samira Bellil, The New French Revolution/The Image War/Domingo

2004-09-18

Jean Ruth, At War with the Army

2004-10-19

Paul H. Nitze, The Last Days of World War II

2004-12-13

August Kageneck, The Last Days of World War II

2004-12-17

Robert Taplett, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2005-01-22

Carlo Orelli, Italian veteran of World War I (b. 1894)

2005-02-22

Eun-ju Lee, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

2005-03-17

George F. Kennan, American Cold War strategist and historian (b. 1904)

2005-05-16

Andrew Goodpaster, Cold War: Eisenhower's Operatives

2005-05-27

Charles von Luttichau, How Hitler Lost the War

2005-07-05

Jim Stockdale, In Love and War

2005-07-11

Laura Serafini, The Good War

2005-07-13

Helena Haavisto, The Winter War

2005-08-28

Jacques Dufilho, War of the Buttons

2005-09-23

Kiril Anufriev, War

2005-10-31

Mary Wimbush, Oh! What a Lovely War

2005-11-01

Desmond Piers, War at Sea: The Black Pit

2005-11-07

Anthony Sawoniuk, Belarusian-born Nazi war criminal (b. 1921)

2005-11-07

Nikolay Trofimov, War and Peace

2005-11-09

Thord Carlsson, The Apple War

2005-11-21

Alfred Anderson, last Scottish World War I (and Christmas Truce) veteran (b. 1896)

2005-12-14

Daniel A. McGovern, Shooting War

2006-01-06

Hugh Thompson, Jr., decorated Vietnam War helicopter pilot (b. 1943)

2006-01-23

Walter Rosenblum, Shooting War

2006-03-03

Sissi Kaiser, The War Is Over

2006-03-04

Dave Rose, War and Pieces

2006-03-11

Anthony Farrar-Hockley, Korea: Stalin's Secret Air War

2006-03-22

Pierre Clostermann, French World War II pilot (b. 1921)

2006-03-28

Caspar Weinberger, War on America

2006-04-09

Frank Gibney, War in Korea

2006-05-10

Terence Kirk, Final Justice: War Crimes Trials of World War II

2006-05-26

J.A. Graf von Kielmannsegg, How Hitler Lost the War

2006-07-13

Tomasz Zaliwski, How I Unleashed World War II

2006-07-20

Robert Cornthwaite, The War of the Worlds

2006-07-21

Ta Mok, "The Khmer Rouge Butcher", war criminal in Democratic Kampuchea (b. 1926)

2006-07-22

Toby Felker, The Women of World War II

2006-07-28

Robert Donihi, Hirohito's War

2006-08-27

Lourelei Prior, The Women of World War II

2006-10-14

John Timbers, Fortunes of War

2006-10-20

Eric Newby, In Love and War

2006-11-12

General Jacob E. Smart, US Air Force leader World War II (b. 1909)

2006-11-26

Stanley Cohen, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

2006-12-17

William Wyrick, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2006-12-30

Terry Peck, Falkland Islander (b. 1938) who acted as a scout for 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment in the Falklands War

2007-01-02

Mauno Jokipii, Finnish professor and World War II researcher (b. 1924)

2007-01-09

Warren Coffman, Final Justice: War Crimes Trials of World War II

2007-02-12

May Takasugi, Japanese War Bride

2007-02-22

Samuel Hinga Norman, Sierra Leonean alleged war criminal (b. 1940)

2007-04-10

Paul Leventhal, The Inspector/Bush at War/Not the Best Policy

2007-05-05

Edwin H. Simmons, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2007-07-18

Wayne Downing, The Gulf War

2007-08-06

Heinz Barth, German convicted war criminal (SS) (b. 1920)

2007-10-05

Justin Tuveri, Italian veteran of the First World War (b. 1898)

2007-10-05

Alexandra Boulat, Beyond Words: Photographers of War

2007-10-11

David Lee "Tex" Hill, World War Two fighter pilot, flying ace, 1st American Volunteer Group (b. 1915)

2007-10-17

Peter Bray, The Art of War

2007-10-28

Guido Nicheli, Madman at War

2008-02-26

Arne Olsen, Bobby's War

2008-03-04

Carl Bernard, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2008-03-07

George Tyne, Mulcahy's War

2008-03-12

Lazare Ponticelli, the last "poilu", French foot soldier of World War One, dies at 110 (b. 1897)

2008-03-16

Michael Hill, Five Faces of War

2008-05-27

Franz Künstler, Last remaining Austro-Hungarian Empire World War I veteran (b. 1900)

2008-06-16

Mario Rigoni Stern, Italian writer, World War II veteran and Nazi concentration camp survivor (b. 1921)

2008-08-22

Gladys Powers, Canadian World War I veteran (b. 1899)

2008-09-03

Donald Blakeslee, American aviator, led 4th Fighter Group during World War II. (b.1918)

2008-09-20

Niklas J. Palm, Dragon Wars: D-War

2008-10-15

Salvatore Siciliano, War of the Planets

2008-12-11

Martha Settle Putney, The Women of World War II

2008-12-28

Oliver Lundquist, War Department Report

2009-01-10

William Frederick "Bill" Stone, British World War I veteran (b. 1900)

2009-03-27

Irving R. Levine, Korean War Stories

2009-05-12

Thomas Nordseth-Tiller, Max Manus: Man of War

2009-05-12

Achille Compagnoni, The Great War

2009-05-15

Si Frumkin, The Last Days of World War II

2009-05-17

John Sliskovich, Brother's War

2009-06-17

Darrell Powers, American World War II veteran of the United States 101st Airborne Division. (b. 1923)

2009-06-23

Philip Glaessner, Berga: Soldiers of Another War

2009-07-06

Robert McNamara, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

2009-07-18

Henry Allingham, British supercentenarian and World War I veteran (b. 1896)

2009-07-20

Jean Argyle, Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came?

2009-07-25

Harry Patch, the last surviving soldier to have served in the Trenches in World War I, dies aged 111. (b. 1898)

2009-10-21

Duncan 'Dean' Parkin, War of the Colossal Beast

2009-11-14

Lewis L. Millett, Korean War Stories

2009-12-09

Gene Barry, War of the Worlds

2010-01-29

Karen Schmeer, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

2010-02-10

Charlie Wilson, The Making of 'Charlie Wilson's War'

2010-02-18

John Babcock, Last known Canadian veteran of World War I (b. 1900)

2010-02-20

Alexander Haig, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2010-03-21

Matti Kuortti, The Winter War

2010-03-30

Nicola Arigliano, The Great War

2010-04-08

Jack Agnew, American World War II veteran (b. 1922)

2010-04-14

Sam Organ, Soviet War Scare 1983

2010-04-16

Rasim Delic, Bosnian military chief of staff and war criminal (b. 1949)

2010-04-21

Jean Dewever, The Honors of War

2010-05-11

Bud Mahurin, War Planes of World War II

2010-05-11

Walker Mahurin, Korea: Stalin's Secret Air War

2010-05-24

Morrie Martin, From the Ballpark to the Battlefield: Baseball and World War II

2010-07-10

Bozidar Oreskovic, How the War Started on My Island

2010-07-13

Ivan Jagodic, Guns of War

2010-08-14

Bernie Abramson, War and Remembrance

2010-09-08

Peter J. Marshall, The Great Civil War Debate

2010-10-12

Faye Williams, Uncivil War Birds

2010-11-24

Grant Hirabyashi, Final Justice: War Crimes Trials of World War II

2010-12-11

Sammy Ross, The War Lord

2010-12-17

Martti Pennanen, One Man's War

2010-12-23

Fred Hargesheimer, American World War II pilot (b. 1916)

2011-02-06

Per Grundén, The Apple War

2011-02-17

Predrag 'Predjo' Vusovic, How the War Started on My Island

2011-02-27

Frank Buckles, last surviving American World War I veteran (b. 1901)

2011-02-27

Mary Fogarty, The War of the Roses

2011-03-04

Annie Fargue, The War Is Over

2011-05-05

Claude Choules, last surviving World War I veteran (b. 1901)

2011-05-29

Maryam Campbell, Five Cent War.com

2011-06-01

Don Honeyman, Shooting War

2011-06-22

Cyril Ornadel, War of the Worlds

2011-07-08

Yatsek Todorov, The Hedgehogs' War

2011-07-23

Cao Ky Nguyen, How the Vietnam War Was Lost

2011-08-07

Nancy Wake, British war agent (b. 1912)

2011-10-16

Elouise C. Cobell, War Party

2012-01-21

Shaikh Saud Nasir Al-Sabah, To Sell a War

2012-02-04

Florence Green, last surviving veteran of World War One, dies at 110

2012-03-01

Vasiliy Solovyov, War and Peace

2012-03-02

Eva Brunner-Szabo, War Requiem - Liebe & Anarchie III

2012-04-08

Wiebo Ludwig, Wiebo's War

2012-05-02

Peter Connolly, In Search of the Trojan War

2012-05-10

Horst Faas, Beyond Words: Photographers of War

2012-05-30

Arkadiusz Gesikowski, War and Love

2012-06-30

Yitzhak Shamir, The Gulf War

2012-07-19

Günter Peis, The Spies Who Fooled Hitler: MI5 at War

2012-08-02

John Keegan, Why War?

2012-08-02

Tomasz Szukalski, The War of the Worlds: Next Century

2012-08-13

Nellie Gray, Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion

2012-08-22

Nina Bawden, Carrie's War

2012-10-12

Christina Lim, The War: Nisei Soldiers

2012-11-25

Hugo Schellenberg, Punisher: War Zone

2012-12-04

Enebeli Elebuwa, Royal War

2012-12-19

Peter Struck, Zehn Jahre 11. September - War es richtig, in den Krieg zu ziehen?

2012-12-27

Norman Schwarzkopf, Schwarzkopf: How the War Was Won

2013-01-02

Charles Chilton, Oh! What a Lovely War

2013-01-08

Alasdair Milne, The Great War

2013-01-19

Paul Ainsley, StarCraft: Brood War

2013-02-27

Sir Jeffrey Darell, Royal Family at War

2013-03-08

Ewald von Kleist, The World at War

2013-05-12

William Miles, Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II

2013-05-22

Bill Lansford, A Necessary War: December 1941 - December 1942

2013-05-26

Ivanka Grybcheva, The Hedgehogs' War

2013-05-28

Gerd Schmückle, Der Tod war schneller - Die Starfighter-Affäre

2013-11-11

Shirley Mitchell, The War of the Roses

2013-12-11

Kenneth A. Schechter, Korea: Stalin's Secret Air War

2013-12-18

Esko Salminen, The Finnish-Soviet Propaganda War 1941-1944

2014-02-25

Ed Vassallo, War of the Worlds

2014-03-03

Kurt Chew-Een Lee, Finnigan's War

2014-03-27

James Schlesinger, Cold War: Brezhnev's Kremlin

2014-09-28

Tuula Nyman, One Man's War

2014-10-20

René Burri, War Photographer

2014-10-30

Donald Cameron Watt, Countdown to War

2014-11-10

Tomas Young, Body of War

2014-11-19

Jon Stallworthy, War of Words: Soldier-Poets of the Somme

2015-01-08

William Boeing Jr., War Planes of World War II

2015-01-18

Paul Swearingen, In the Jaws of Hell: Eastern Europe During World War II

2015-01-25

Robert Atkinson, War for the Web

2015-02-14

Ed Schiff, War of the Worlds

2015-03-09

Dave Frohnmayer, Oregon's War at Home and the Man Who Brought the Peace

2015-05-13

Edward M. Fouhy, Chatham Radio Goes to War

2015-05-21

Louis Johnson, Charlie Wilson's War

2015-05-22

John Mosley, In Times of War: Stories of Colorado Veterans

2015-05-22

Arno Bergler, Die Caine war ihr Schicksal

2015-07-11

Ann Petrone, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

2015-07-26

Vic Firth, Vietnam: Parts I & II - Roots of War/America's Mandarin

2015-08-02

Tyler Drumheller, Curve Ball/The Ivory War/Captain of Capitalism

2015-09-05

Ivan Brkic, How the War Started on My Island

2015-10-10

Sybil Stockdale, In Love and War

2015-11-03

World War II survivor Thomas Blatt, who escaped a Nazi death camp as a teenager, dies at 88

2016-04-04

Last surviving war chief Joe Medicine Crow dies aged 102

2016-04-28

Blackpool war hero Jim dies, aged 93

2016-04-28

Legend of Soviet Cold War era political journalism Valentin Zorin dies aged 91

2016-05-01

US anti-Vietnam war priest Daniel Berrigan dies aged 94

2016-05-20

Marco Pannella, maverick Italian post-war politician, dies aged 86

2016-06-10

D-Day war hero Russell Dunkeld dies, aged 90

2016-10-05

Hanoi Hannah, Vietnam war propaganda radio presenter, dies aged 87

2016-12-17

Michael Nicholson, veteran TV war correspondent dies aged 79

2017-01-12

Clare Hollingworth, who broke news of World War II, dies aged 105

2017-05-20

US war photographer Stanley Greene dies aged 68

2017-05-21

American war photographer Stanley Greene dies aged 68


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