World War II
Devora Neuman (center of photo) was 15 years old when she was taken from her family in Poland and sent to work in the Nazi concentration camps.
Villanova University held its “One Book” lecture on Friday afternoon, featuring a Haverford man who spent several years of his childhood living in a Japanese American internment camp in Arizona.
If you’ve ever wanted to research your family history, a treasure-chest of information is available now that the 1940 census available online.
Three Delaware County, Pa. men who survived the “day that will live in infamy” got a first-hand tour of a Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit dear to their hearts.
It was a live Black History Month lesson for a group of Philadelphia high school students. The instructors on this night were two men who broke barriers in the 1940s.
This year, Villanova has selected Jamie Ford, author of “Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” as its “One Book Villanova” author.
Students of the Imhotep Institute Charter High School went on a field trip to view the new movie “Red Tails” and talk about the subject.
If only the filmmakers telling this story were as high-flying and ambitious as the heroic characters their movie celebrates.
Pennsylvania’s lone remaining chapter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association insists its members will continue with these memorials, even as their national association in Hawaii is disbanding.
Today, the Glenn L. Martin Museum at Baltimore’s Martin State Airport is a treasure trove of American aviation history.
A 21-gun salute punctuated the solemn memorial in honor of the lives lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7th, 1941.
The 14 chaplains served their country in World War II, in Cold War conflicts, and during the Vietnam era.
A new exhibit at the National Constitution Center highlights the struggles of World War II veterans who came from varied backgrounds.
The National Constitution Center is holding a World War II-themed party this October 13th to kick off its new exhibit, “Fighting for Democracy: Who is the ‘We’ in ‘We the People?’ “
“The Debt” is a remake of a 2007 Israeli thriller about a legendary hunt for a notorious Nazi war criminal that examines that ever-elusive boundary between legend and truth.
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