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Tag Archives: World War II
More than one million children died during the Holocaust, many of them separated from their families and alone. Now, the United States Holocaust Museum has begun the “Remember Me Project,” a program aimed at identifying more than 1,100 children of the Holocaust … Continue reading
At 8:16 am in the morning of August 6, 1945, the United States of America dropped the atomic bomb on the civilian town of Hiroshima. Three days later, the atomic bomb would be dropped on Nagasaki. On August 15, 1945 … Continue reading
Thanks to my friend Michael Hulshoff-Schmidt for inspiring me to write this post. The Library of Congress has begun their “Veteran History Project,” officially recording the experiences of American Veterans in their own words for future generations. Interested in hearing about … Continue reading
Looted Nazi Art and monies are often the center of public and emotional debate. The catalogue of looted art pieces has now been digitized in the hopes of helping victims’ estates reclaim items and to assist curators in identifying stolen pieces. … Continue reading
The Anne Frank Museum has just launched an online initiative that allows visitors to tour the small enclosure from their home computers. It’s a wonderful educational tool for anyone who teaches the touching story of this young girl. If you … Continue reading
This month’s Archaeology Magazine features an interesting article on the archaeology of World War II. The modern warfare technology, techniques, and lack of defined lines has forced archaeologists to develop new and innovative techniques for warfare archaeology. The study of World … Continue reading