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Weekend Reading: Rod Hilton: Star Wars: Machete Order

Rod Hilton: [The Star Wars Saga: Introducing Machete Order](http://www.nomachetejuggling.com/2011/11/11/the-star-wars-saga-suggested-viewing-order/): "Watch the films with them in this order: IV, V, II, III, VI... >...Episode I is gone. Show More Summary

Star Wars: Episode II Jango Fett 7 1/2-Inch Resin Statue

This Star Wars: Episode II Jango Fett 7 1/2-Inch Resin Statue depicts the original Mandalorian bounty hunter. It is a highly detailed, hand-painted, and hand-crafted masterpiece. It is a limited edition of only 1,200 pieces worldwide. Jango Fett has his WESTAR-34 Blaster Pistols at the ready and every detail of the Mandalorian bounty hunter is […]

Paul Royle dies at 101; one of the last "Great Escape" survivors

16 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Paul Royle, an Australian pilot who took part in a mass breakout from a German prisoner of war camp during World War II that is remembered as the Great Escape, has died in his hometown of Perth, his son said Friday. He was 101.

Poland Is Pretty Convinced It Found A Buried Nazi Train, Maybe Full Of Gold

16 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Two random guys said they’d found a long-lost Nazi train last week, buried underground at the end of World War II. Local legends said that one matching the description went missing in the closing days of the war, and it was full of plundered gold. It sounded crazy, but the Polish government said they might be onto something. Read more...

Radar images, local legend may point the way to long-forgotten Nazi gold train

A Nazi gold train may have been located in Poland, 70 years after World War II came to an end. It may sound like the plot of a movie -- but history suggests it might not be.

Drought in Poland Reveals World War II Artifacts in River

Jewish tombstones and a Soviet fighter plane have been found in the receding river.

China to Show its High-Tech Weapons During Massive WWII Parade

Next week’s parade in Beijing is set to be a historic commemoration of the Chinese victory over Japan in World War II. To mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the war, China will showcase its latest high-tech weaponry.

Japan Upset Over China’s Call for Emperor to Apologize for WWII Aggression

Tokyo has lodged a protest with Beijing over commentary made by China’s state run news agency, Xinhua, calling for the Japanese emperor to apologize for his country’s military aggression during World War II.

Radar detects object believed to be missing Nazi gold train

A Polish official said Friday he has seen an image made by ground-penetrating radar that seemed to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train missing in southwestern Poland since World War II.

Paul Royle, Australian POW who took part in the ‘Great Escape,’ dies at 101

Paul Royle, an Australian pilot who took part in a mass breakout from a German prisoner of war camp during World War II that is remembered as the Great Escape, died Aug. 23 in his hometown of Perth. He was 101.Read full article >>

Paul Royle, WWII Veteran Who Took Part In 'The Great Escape', Dies Aged 101

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- Paul Royle, an Australian pilot who took part in a mass breakout from a German prisoner of war camp during World War II that is remembered as The Great Escape, has died in his hometown of Perth, his son said Friday. Show More Summary

As China Celebrates WWII Victory, Businesses Cope With Loss

For many in Beijing, the upcoming World War II victory parade means a loss of business.

Why you shouldn’t retweet Sanders’s claim that Hitler ‘won an election’

“A guy named Adolf Hitler won an election in 1932. He won an election, and 50 million people died as a result of that election in World War II, including 6 million Jews. So what I learned as a little kid is that politics is, in fact, very important.” — Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), interview […]

Japan Launches Newest Izumo-Class Helicopter Carrier

Japan launched the second and final ship in its new Izumo-class helicopter carrier – the largest Japanese ships since World War II – at the Japan Marine United shipyard in Yokohama on Thursday.

The Best Operations Security Propaganda Posters From World War II

“Loose tweets destroy fleets.” That’s the slogan of the United States Air Force’s latest operations security (OPSEC) campaign, and if the phrase sounds familiar, don’t be surprised. We collected 50 propaganda posters from World War II that show an age when keeping military secrets was a matter of life or death. Read more...

More than seven decades later, Monaco apologizes for deporting Jews

Monaco committed the "irreparable" injustice of deporting Jews to Nazi camps during World War II, Prince Albert II said Thursday in belated apology for the action 73 years ago that sent scores of residents and refugees to their deat...

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BA, PVH, FNF)

Here is what you need to know. China propped up stocks. Just days after saying it was done intervening in the stock market, Beijing entered the market to prop up shares ahead of the September 3 parade commemorating its World War II victory over Japan. Show More Summary

Japan’s Abe to skip Beijing World War II parade

The diplomatic relationships between the two nations continue to be near hostile. The JCP sincerely calls for all peace-loving people to unite in order to protect Article 9 and create a truly peaceful Japan in line with the article, beyond differences in thought, beliefs and political stances. China has been condemned for building artificial islands

How tens of thousands of migrants could help save Europe

2 days agoNews : BlogPost

Europe's startling refugee crisis, unparalleled perhaps since World War II, has generated all sorts of alarmist headlines. A right-wing British tabloid bemoaned the "swarms" flooding across the Channel. Anti-immigration protesters in Germany have attacked asylum centers for recent arrivals. Show More Summary

What makes an ideal Australian ambassador to Washington?

Australia's Ambassador in Washington, Kim Beazley, recently said that Australia's alliance with the US had reached a level of importance greater than during the Cold War, and more akin to its crucial importance during World War II. Recent developments in the realms of security and trade, however contested, seem to underline his claims. Show More Summary

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