The year was 1955, the month October, the region West Germany. In the decade that had passed since the end of the Second World War, the country had made much progress towards recovery. Families had […]
“Even the most casual student of the Second World War is familiar with Blitzkrieg. This “lightning war” was the German secret weapon, a new and dramatic method of waging war. Combing tanks and other mechanized forces with […]
Ok, so in between classes this holiday I was finally able to get started on Amazon’s new series “The Man in the High Castle.” I’m only four episodes in, but so far I enjoy it […]
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/pearl-harbor-ceremony-unites-former-us-and-japanese-pilots/ar-AAg5NX9?li=BBnb7KB Here is a recent article about a beautiful peace ceremony between Americans and Japanese. Read about this relic – an American canteen filled with whiskey that was found in Japan after two B-29s […]
*Under Construction and Soon to be Expanded* Certainly one of the most stunning battles of the Second World War, the Battle of Midway served as the turning point in the Pacific because it crippled the […]
…with our oldest friend and ally.
In a battered blue trunk with rusted hinges and broken locks lies the truest of treasures: hundreds of letters from Grandaddy Bill and his brother Hugh, written to their mother from far away lands during […]