Allies drive 41 miles on D-Day: Offensive rolls into Normandy Beachheads in France are made secure in first rush By Wes Gallagher, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary
There is no more sordid or cynical chapter in IG Farben’s entire ugly history than the story of the concentration camp it built and ran for itself.
Take a few minutes to reflect on the awesome and terrifying power unleashed on the world in the summer of 1945 while remembering the lives lost — and possibly saved.
Tank crew standing in front of an M-4 tank, Ft. Knox Crewman of an M-3 tank, Ft. Knox, Ky Light tank going through
Walt Disney’s Gremlin Chasers You’ve heard of the Gremlins, pesky little troublemakers that hang around air fields, army camps, ports of call, and battle stations.
Population shifts: Business effect New trends in population and income are changing America. There is an “explosion” of young adults. Yet some age groups are
To help maintain capacity production, call in Socony Vacuum You’re seeing the first step in making a shell case. A flat metal disc is placed
California’s versatile, economical wines are for all America, anytime… Let wine spark up your mealtime, every day.
Don’t give Russia A-bomb secret, Einstein warns by Joseph Nolan Boston – Asserting that two-thirds of the earth’s inhabitants might die in an atomic war,
Austrian singer — a woman whose autobiography went on to inspire the 1959 stage play and the 1965 movie The Sound of Music filed her intention to become an American citizen in January 1944.
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