The government interned Tsujiro Miyazaki in World War II. Why did he never return home?
Inside sources are warning that the U.S. government is considering a partial or limited disclosure of information about an extraterrestrial species it concluded a secret technology transfer treaty with in the late 1940s, a self-proclaimed government whistleblower has claimed. Show More Summary
This week, author Rod Pyle returns to talk about his new book, Amazing Stories of the Space Age, a fascinating collection of stories about different missions and projects of the space age from just after World War II through the 1980s. Do...Show More Summary
William Mohr made national headlines when he was invited to attend the 2016 Veterans Day Breakfast at the White House, where he and his fami...
Readers recall romance and drudgery in the World War I and II “tempos.”
During World War II, the German military publicly celebrated the performance of its flying aces to incentivise their peers. This column uses newly collected data to show that, when a former colleague got recognition, flying aces performed...Show More Summary
The global need for humanitarian aid has reached a level not seen since World War II. More than 128 million people in 33 countries are now affected by crises, including conflict and natural disaster. “Not in living memory have so many...Show More Summary
Never has overstaying one’s welcome been so important
This is Part II from TFB’s visit to the Imperial War Museum in London. The Imperial Museum is not complete without a part with The Falklands War in 1982, when Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands. Both British SAS and SBS special forces took important parts in this conflict. Show More Summary
This special edition of the Glazov Gang presents the Mark Tapson Moment hosted by Mark Tapson, editor of TruthRevolt.org. Mark discussed The Left’s War on Masculinity – Part II, unveiling
Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge, the film that follows real World War II hero Desmond Doss into hell and back on the battlefield as he saved the lives of 75 men driven by his faith and sheer force of will, is set to pass $100 million internationally at the box office this weekend for distributor IM Global. Show More Summary
At his farewell address in Chicago earlier this week, President Obama offered a plaintive lament for a world under threat. He hailed the American-led creation of "a post-World War II order with other democracies, an order based not just on military power or national affiliations but built on principles." But, he warned, "that order is now being challenged." A […]
ALL THIS AND WORLD WAR II: ? Anne Frank’s stepsister compares Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. —Headline, CNN.com, January 27, 2016. ? Anne Frank Center: Trump’s ‘Nazi’ quip insults Holocaust survivors. —Headline, Yahoo News, yesterday. Well yes, it does. But so did all of the Godwin-violating insults from the left last year comparing Trump to […]
"The F-35 Lightning II Program (also known as the Joint Strike Fighter Program) is the Department of Defense's focal point for defining affordable next generation strike aircraft weapon systems for the Navy, Air Force, Marines, and our allies. Show More Summary
"I think [the world order] is under the biggest attack since World War II."
Hollingworth was cunning, smart, charming and an impeccably fast reporter who broke one of the first glass ceilings long before the phrase was coined.
James Mattis, President-elect Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of Defense, says the United States is facing it's biggest challenge since World War II. At his confirmation hearing Thursday, Mattis singled out threats from Russia, China and terrorist groups. … Click to Continue »
Kaliningrad is a pretty strange place for a fashion show. It’s a tiny pocket of Russia, nestled between Poland and Latvia. The city used to be German — it’s original name is Königsberg — but after World War II, the Soviet Union kicked out the inhabitants, and moved Russians in. It’s the only city in the […]
Retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis, President-elect Donald Trump's pick to lead the Defense Department, said during his Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday that the world order was "under the biggest attack since World War II." "That's...Show More Summary
In this new video, Great Big Story profiles a Yorkshire Terrier named Smoky, “the tiniest war hero of all time.” Adopted by Corporal Bill Wynne during World War II, Smoky went on to follow her owner on combat missions in the Pacific Ocean theater, serve as a therapy dog for wounded soldiers, and become a genuine celebrity after the war. Show More Summary