World War II
Among the tall ships in the Parade of Sail, arrayed today along the Delaware River, is a schooner named “When And If” that once belonged to Gen. George Patton.
Rare, World War II-era planes are on display now through Sunday at Northeast Philadelphia Aiport.
On this Memorial Day, we pay tribute to our many area veterans.
A University of Delaware marine researcher has helped solve a World War II mystery: a long-lost warplane, its crew missing in action, now one step closer to home. Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington met the man who helped solve the mystery of these M.I.A.s.
The Holocaust Museum in Washington has organized a nontraditional exhibit for classroom instruction: the study of onlookers.
Dr. Eugene Richardson shared his story with students and faculty at Penn Charter, describing how he first became interested in flying when he was just five years old.
We exited the theatre wishing the film had worked us up to a higher emotional plane.
It’s five movies in one, and all of them are engrossing and impressive.
This is the culmination of 12 years of detective work by a New Jersey clergyman.
Efforts are underway to raise money to erect a statute in South Philadelphia honoring Edward “Babe” Heffron, a World War II paratrooper whose heroism is well documented in the HBO series “Band of Brothers.”
World War II veteran Morris Dworkin, 92, was among those honored at the Kennedy Health System just ahead of Veterans’ Day.
Many US military veterans make pilgrimages to the places where they once served. Some are surprised to see how much things have changed.
Volunteer stenographers captured the interviews with military veterans, including those from World War II.
Dom Giordano talked with Bill O’Reilly about his new book Killing Patton on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
The World War II drama starring Brad Pitt took in an estimated $24-million to finish first on its debut weekend.