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Russian digs accused of covering up Stalinist crimes

Sanktpeterburg - In wooded northern Russia, near the Finnish border, archaeological digs by a patriotic historical group are unearthing controversy.

Video: Huge blast as WWII bomb detonated in Munich, Germany

Munich - On Tuesday evening in central Munich, Germany, explosives experts detonated the remains of a 550-pound (250 kg) bomb, left over from World War II.

70th Anniversary of Wartime Raid on Saint Nazaire Dock in France

On 28th March 1942 the Royal Navy's HMS Campbelltown mounted a raid on Saint Nazaire dock at what seemed like impossible odds of success.

Black Angels over Tuskegee opens off-Broadway Special

New York - During WWII American soldiers went to war and risked it all for our country. But for a special unit of black men, they weren't only battling the enemy abroad; they were fighting for their right to fight. Black Angels Over Tuskegee tells the story.

Airman's bracelet lost in World War II returns home

87 year old Helen Foreman in Anchorage , Alaska will receive her brother’s bracelet who was killed after his plane was shot down during World War 2.

Berlin Wall - Cold War Symbol Which Sealed Division Of Germany

BERLIN (dpa) - The Berlin Wall, a grim Cold War symbol which sealed the post-war division of Germany and Europe, was built 40 years ago in a secret overnight operation which shocked and outraged the world. From its construction on August 13, 1961, u...

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Private James McRacken (1916-1944) of the US Army s 315th Engineer Battalion whose single act of bra...
Private James McRacken (1916-1944) of the US Army"s 315th Engineer Battalion whose single act of bravery a few weeks after the D Day landings would save thousands of lives.
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