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World War II

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Make large-scale historic events like the Holocaust personal with artifacts and stories from individual human lives. [...] »

What meanings does the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC, have? Historians Christopher Hamner and Michael O'Malley try to answer this question. [...] »

Delve into 20th-century history with Holocaust survivor and witness testimonies. [...] »

When and where was this photo taken? See what clues you can spot! [...] »

How would you have planned this photograph if you were General MacArthur? [...] »

The cherry trees in Washington, DC were a gift from Japan. What does their history tell us? [...] »

Controversial issues are often simplified in textbooks. Discover the facts surrounding the World War II bombing of Japan. [...] »

Looking for ways to grow awareness of injustice of Japanese internment? This site likely has the perfect primary source for your needs. [...] »

Unearth an important part of U.S. military history—the conscientious decision not to fight. [...] »