As we remember the anniversary of Pearl Harbor on our shores today, take some time to look at the damage World War II wrought on Britain.
Getting all three of these countries on the same side, as U.N. diplomats have learned of late, is like herding cats. Enter Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who's questioning whether the Japanese occupation of those nations was an "invasion" — you know, per se.
On Monday, the U.S. National Archive released 1,000 declassified documents pertaining to the 1940 massacre of 22,000 Poles by the Soviet Union. The Cliffs Notes version? America's coverup of the infamous Katyn Massacre was more extensive than previously thought.
There's a fascinating tiff brewing between Japanese and U.S. diplomats after Hillary Clinton reportedly corrected a State Department official who referred to women drafted into prostitution by the Japanese during World War II by the widely used term "comfort women," asking that the Department instead call it like it is and say "enforced sex slaves."
Count Robert de La Rochefoucauld, who fought for France in World War II as an epically awesome secret agent with the British, died this spring at 88. Drawing from two recent obituaries, one in today's New York Times and the other in The Telegraph, we bring you highlights from the life of one of the world's most fascinating men.
The Pearl Harbor Survivors Association will commemorate their last Pearl Harbor anniversary today, the group sadly lacks the number of able-bodied members to keep on going.
Today in publishing: Philip K. Dick's estate says the story for The Adjustment Bureau movie was not in the public domain, Martin Scorsese is interested in adapting a gruesome Nordic crime novel of his own, and Neil Gaiman picks the best scary books to tuck into this Halloween.
After a 66 year vow of silence, Brunhilde Pomsel grants her first interview
Rudolf Brazda, 98, was sent to Buchenwald concentration camp during World War II
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