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Senate Unanimously Passes Bill To Honor Forgotten Chinese-American WWII Veterans
“They faced outright discrimination throughout their service, which led to their heroism and sacrifice being largely ignored,” Sen. Tammy Duckworth said.
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U.S. Deports Former Nazi Camp Guard To Germany
His expulsion came 25 years after he admitted that he lied to get into the U.S.
Holocaust Survivor Deprived Of Formal Education Finally Gets High School Diploma
Mordechai Miller, 87, said he wants today's students to remember how lucky they are.
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Oldest Known Man In America Says He Smokes A Dozen Cigars A Day
Richard Overton, a World War II veteran, is celebrating his 112th birthday.
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GOP Candidate Connects Boy Scouts Name Change With Caving To Nazism
Georgia state Sen. Michael Williams, a candidate for governor there, said left-wing social engineering would have led to a U.S. defeat during World War II.
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Michael B. Jordan To Produce Film About World War II Black Panthers
The film will follow the African-American combat unit who paved the way for desegregation in the armed forces.
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Asian-American Lawmakers And Activists Skewer Ryan Zinke For 'Konnichiwa' Comment
"What you thought was a clever response to @RepHanabusa was flippant & juvenile."
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Don Young Suggests The Holocaust Happened Because Jewish People Weren't Armed
“It’s offensive for anyone to manipulate the history of the Holocaust to score political points," the Anti-Defamation League said.
France Returns Artwork To Descendants Of Jewish Couple Who Fled Nazis
Herta and Henry Bromberg were forced to sell their art collection before World War II in order to find safety.
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London Airport Shuts Down After World War Two Bomb Found In Thames River
It weighs more than 1,000 lbs.
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10 Common-Sense Suggestions For Making Peace, Not War
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Abandon the notion of perfect security.
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Naomi Parker Fraley, Who Likely Inspired 'Rosie The Riveter' Poster, Dead At 96
Fraley was one of millions of American women who entered the workforce during World War II.
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The World According To Trump
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These Holocaust Survivors Have An Important Message For The World
"Speak up and put down signs of racism, acts of hatred.”
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Insidious Intent by Val McDermid "McDermid keeps all three of these pots simmering, raising the heat in agonizingly tiny
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King Comus: Rediscovered Novel Of The Year
Once every decade or so, a classic novel is rediscovered from the heap pile of obscurity, casting new light on an author
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If We're Not Going To Stop Mass Shootings, These Doctors Want To Teach Civilians How To Save Lives
There's been little political will to end mass shootings. But in the five years since Sandy Hook, these surgeons have evangelized a method to save victims' lives.
Pit Bulls, Bigotry And A Book
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Novelist and Photographer
Why would anyone feel the need to write a children's book about a pit bull? I and the illustrator, Dula Yavne, have been
Another Trumpism For The History Books: Pearl Harbor Was 'A Pretty Wild Scene'
But the veterans "gave it to 'em pretty good," the president says on anniversary of the 1941 attack.
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These Anti-Japanese Signs From World War II Are A Warning Against Bigotry Today
"We don't want any Japs back here -- EVER!" reads one WWII-era sign.
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The World War II-Era Women Who Broke Up The Disney Boys' Club
In the 1930s and '40s, women were hired in animation jobs formerly held by men. Their path to success was anything but easy.
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