Stunning Color WWII Photos Give Rare Glimpse Into Nazi-Occupied Poland Huffington Post Until the German invasion in 1939, the Polish capital of Warsaw was a vibrant center of Jewish life, home to some 350,000 Jews and the second-largest Jewish...
A Utah family joins forces with a team of German aviation experts to locate the crash site of WWII ace Grant Turley. This is Part Two of their story as they seek to find the truth about Turley's death.
Well before dawn broke in Bassingbourn, England on the morning of July 20, 1944 the air crews of the 322nd, 323rd, 324th and the 401st squadrons knew they would be flying their B-17 flying fortresses into enemy territory once again.
BURLEY, Idaho — At nearly 92 years of age, Jesse Moses has been a husband, father, teacher, and bombardier in the U.S. Army's 15th Air Force. He was also a prisoner of war for more than a year during World War II.
Rare German aircraft on display at Cosford shropshirestar.com In the dark days of the Second World War the German Luftwaffe sent wave after wave of Focke-Wulf Fw 190 fighters up against the RAF. Fokker aircraft at the RAF Museum Cosford.
A Utah family joins forces with a team of German aviation experts to locate the crash site of World War II ace Grant Turley. This is Part Three of their story as they seek to find the truth about Turley's death.
In Viterbo, Italy a long-standing mystery has been solved. A wrecked B-17 bomber that disintegrated upon striking the surface of Lake Bolsena during WWII has been identified after much sleuthing on the part of investigators.