As the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II nears, the Office of Secretary of State is launching a gripping series of online profiles, beginning with the story of a Whatcom County fighter pilot who was captured and narrowly avoided death in...
Ancestry.com fires worker after others find information in a trash can.
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ST. LOUIS COUNTY • An employee of ancestry.com who was working at the federal records center in north St. Louis County was fired for allegedly throwing out draft-card information, a federal administrator said.
People like this have made the rules for researchers at the NPRC so strict that sometimes it is hard to get the records we need for our research projects
In an effort to better share and preserve the stories of the U.S. airmen who risked their lives to serve missions over occupied Europe throughout World War II, the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force has continued to expand its content.
At its March 23 meeting, the Redlands Area Historical Society will continue with the World War theme that began in February when Ann Deegan presented a program on “Redlands Faces in World War I.”Tom Atchley, vice president of the...
The emergency room nurses fell hard for Norman Wyles the moment paramedics wheeled him in on a gurney — dressed in his World War II Army-Air Corps uniform.“Got any hot apple pie?” he asked. “I could sure use a slice
Stories about World War II still offer an allure for history buffs as well as those wishing to hold on to the legacy of surviving veterans, who can share their memories with the younger generations of today.
In a remote park in northeastern Argentina, a group of archaeologists has uncovered three mysterious stone houses in the middle of the wilderness. If they're right, they've found the remnants of a World War II-era Nazi hideout that was never used.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Defense Ministry said on Thursday that it will likely invite military representatives from the Western Allies who fought with China during World War Two to march in a parade
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