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Rare Footage Reportedly Shows Korean 'Comfort Women' Forced To Work In Brothels During WWII
There may have been as many as 200,000 Korean victims.
Stop with the Hitler Comparisons
Columnist, author, and theologian
Another Hero Departed: Monuments Man Bernard Taper
Robert M. Edsel
Author & Founder of the Monuments Men Foundation
How A Veteran And Holocaust Survivor Found Love 45 Years Later
Virtual Reality Lets WWII Veteran Revisit Town He Helped Liberate
A moving video shows Frank Mouqué being presented with a medal of honor.
The Fed Can't Really Grow US Economy
Editor and Publisher, PopularEconomics.com
Nazi Heinrich Himmler's Lost Diaries Show How He Mixed Family With Mass Murder
Entries reveal calls to family members -- and orders for executions.
Secret Tunnel Built By Jewish Prisoners To Escape Nazis Found
"This discovery is a heartwarming witness to the victory of hope over desperation."
Muslim Kids, Japanese American Camp Survivors Read Letters From WWII
The letters reveal how history is repeating itself.
Couple's New Home Had A Romantic Surprise Hidden In An Old Cabinet
It was fate!
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Continuing the Legacy of Harlem Hellfighters
Rep. Charles Rangel
Representative from the 13th Congressional District in New York
For many years, Black soldiers fought in segregated regiments. While they were fighting to defend America, America was not fighting to defend them. Our community should be proud to be home of the 369th Infantry division, an all-Black army unit from Harlem.
Hiroshima Saved My Life
Founding Chairman, Business Executives for National Security
The atomic bombs that America dropped on Japan in August of 1945 took more than 200,000 lives. But they probably saved mine.
Holocaust Survivor Meets Veteran Who Saved Him In Tearful Reunion
You Can Finally See One Of WWII’s Most Infamous And Rare Japanese Bombers In Hawaii
The Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor is bringing one of two remaining "Kates" back to life.
The Late Roy Paton Collection via Wings Over Cambridge
J. Robert Oppenheimer, the Man Behind the Bomb
Online auction house
J. Robert Oppenheimer was a man interested in mystic Eastern religions, a Communist sympathizer, and widely considered, "the father of the atomic bomb."
92-Year-Old WWII Veteran Entrepreneur Shares Insights with Daughter and Next Generation | #TalkToMe
Honoring Decorated WWII Veteran, Hall of Fame Entrepreneur, Fo...
In this seven-part contribution to the #TalkToMe conversations happening, I reflect on life lessons which go all the way back to my early childhood in New York City during the Great Depression.
Rare Vintage Photos Show WWII-Era Hawaii Like Never Before
Many servicemembers took full advantage of the tropical setting before being sent to war.
Jim Heimann Collection/Courtesy Boyo Press
Neighbors Give Heartwarming Send-Off To WWII Vet Who Died With No Family Or Friends
Andrew Moore had been destined for a nameless grave.
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#TalkToMe about my grandfather's journey out of WWII Europe and back again
Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of ...
Deadly Drones: The Real Problem
John B. Alexander, Ph.D.
Retired Senior Military Officer and Retired Los Alamos Nationa...
The current controversy over the use of drones in combat is misguided. Drones are distinguished from other aircraft due to the location of the pilots. But where the crew sits is not the right issue. This debate is another example of blaming technology for human misdeeds.
These Haunting Photos Reveal The Two Sides Of Italy's Liberation
Black-and-white images show the devastation of WWII. Color images suggest the hope.
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WWII Refugees Write Heartfelt Letters To Syrian Refugee Children
Get out the tissues.
When Aliens Arrived On Oscar Weekend: 'UFO Diary' Recreates the Battle of Los Angeles
Director and Writer
In the early morning hours of February 25th, 1942, wartime Los Angeles flew into a panic as an ominous, saucer-like object flew over the city, touching off a massive anti-aircraft barrage. Despite the intense barrage, however, no aircraft wreckage was ever recovered.
Why Should Women Have a Voice in Sci-Fi? Introducing My Film
Filmmaker and Writer
Women have been the stars of many of our biggest sci-fi films recently. This has been a very welcome development - but we need more women behind the camera as creators of sci-fi, as well.
Concentration Camp Inmates Had To Rebuild A Nazi Refinery The Koch Brothers' Dad Helped Construct
The fascist regime used slave labor from Auschwitz.
U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey
From Detroit to the Bulge: Priceless Snapshots of One Soldier's Journey Across Europe
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