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  • A Sailor's Story
    In Honor of Those Who Served - by One Who Served: Sam Glanzman
    From picking up Sam Glanzman's "A Sailor's Story", published by Dover Books, it is obvious that it was a labor of love. The book benefits from high production values and quality design: the cover uses two separate printing...
  • WWII Code Talkers
    Code for winning the war
    Prior to the arrival of European immigrants on the shores of North America, the land which would become known as the New World had been home to a large number of Indians for many generations. (The term ‘Indian’ has a bit of an...
  • The Woman in Gold
    The Woman in Gold is a triumph of the spirit
    Woman in Gold: Rated “PG-13“ (1 hour 50 minutes)Starring: Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds, Daniel Brühl, Katie Holmes, Tatiana MaslanyDirected by: Simon CurtisAfter the death of her sister, Maria Altmann (Mirren), an elderly Jewish woman...
  • Honor Flight
    One man’s mission for World War II veterans - Honor Flight
    May 2005 saw a special dream come true as Honor Flight took wing and flew into the realm of reality. That month, six small planes from Springfield, Ohio carried 12 World War II veterans to Washington D.C. so they could visit the memorial built to...
  • Honor Flight
    World War II veterans' Honor Flight
    May 2005 saw a special dream come true as Honor Flight took wing and flew into the realm of reality. That month, six small planes from Springfield, Ohio carried 12 World War II veterans to Washington D.C. so they could visit the memorial built to...
  • Hitler
    Hitler was a both a maniac and a raging drug addict
    Of all the awful things Adolf Hitler did, drugs is fairly low on list. But a new documentary, “Hitler the Junkie,” has shed new light on yet another dark side of the maniac dictator. According to the documentary, released on March 26,...
  • UnexplodedWW2Bomb
    London borough evacuated after WWII era bomb discovered
    Authorities evacuated residences and businesses in Bermondsey, Southwark after a 5-foot long, 1,000 pound World War II era bomb, complete with tail fin, was uncovered on a construction site in the heart of London on Monday, March 23. The Telegraph...
  • WWII "March Towards Germany" Lockport, IL held in 2014
    Women! Share your WWII era memories!
    Women's History Month began as a national celebration in 1981. Congress requested the President to proclaim a "Women's History Week." In 1987 Congress designated March as "Woman's History Month." According to the...
  • The United States Army Heritage and Education Center
    The United States Army Heritage and Education Center
    The history of the United States Army is as old as the nation itself. Have you ever wanted to explore all the old time methods, weapons, tools, and overall developments throughout the changing times and tactics? Then the best place to go is the...
  • Maggie's Mission
    Maggie's Mission by Rachel Muller
    Maggie’s Mission, the second book of the Love/War series by Rachel Muller, ISBN: 9781505301991, 366 pgs. Available on Amazon or at www.racheldmuller.comMaggie’s Mission picks up the story which was started in Letters from Grace and...
  • Yalta Conference
    Snake in Soviet attire
    On February 4, 1945, the Yalta Conference began on a small island in the Black Sea. In attendance at the conference were US President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. At this time,...
  • Above and Beyond: Stellar filmmaking sure runs in the Spielberg family
    Above and Beyond: Stellar filmmaking sure runs in the Spielberg family
    "Above andBeyond," produced by Nancy Spielberg(yes, sister to Steven), is a wild adventure tale you’ve got to see. It's a documentary about a team of Jewish-American pilots who, after surviving World War II, decided to risk...
  • Audie Murphy
    Legendary Audie Murphy
    A legend in his own time Audie Leon Murphy was a war hero, movie actor, writer of country and western songs and a poet. To read his biography, one would likely consider it more fiction than fact due to the many accomplishments it contains. Though...
  • God Bless America
    God used Irving Berlin to bless America
    The year was 1918 when Irving Berlin, while wearing his composer hat, penned the song, God Bless America. Berlin was on active duty with the U.S. Army at Camp Upton in Yaphank, New York when he originally composed the tune. He chose to set it...
  • The Imitation Game
    The Turing Test
    The Imitation Game: Rated “PG-13“ (114 minutes)Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Rory Kinnear, Allen LeechDirected by: Morten TyldumDuring World War II the Germans created what they believed to be an...
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