Reinforcement learning has achieved remarkable performance in a wide range of tasks these days. Nevertheless, some unsolved problems limit its applications in real-world control. One of them is model misspecification, a situation where an agent is trained and deployed in environments with different transition dynamics. We propose an novel framework that utilize history trajectory and Partial Observable Markov Decision Process Modeling to deal with this dilemma. Additionally, we put forward an efficient adversarial attack method to assist robust training. Our experiments in four gym domains validate the effectiveness of our framework.