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The Imitation Game: World War II Like You Never Knew

The Imitation Game is a well crafted, beautifully shot and acted World War II film that tells the behind the scenes story of how we won the war: a story that remained secret for 50 years. It is the story of a group of English code breakers...Show More Summary

The Imitation Game: World War II Like You Never Knew

The Imitation Game is a well crafted, beautifully shot and acted World War II film that tells the behind the scenes story of how we won the war: a story that remained secret for 50 years. It is the story of a group of English code breakers...Show More Summary

Seven More Come Home

DPMO has announced the identification of three US MIAs from World War II, three US MIAs from the Korean War, and one US MIA from Southeast Asia. 2nd Lt. Jimmie D. Collins III, 446th Bombardment Group, Eighth Air Force, US Army Air Forces, was lost on 21 June 1944, in the Netherlands. He was accounted […]

Atheists Want World War II Veterans Memorial Removed From Park

A group of atheists has demanded the removal of a World War II veterans memorial — because it contains a cross. An attorney with the The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a complaint with the Department of Natural Resources, claiming...Show More Summary

Gun Review: CMMG Mk9 Pistol/Upper Group, 9mm PDW

The rise of the submachine gun - the pistol-round firing automatic carbine – began around World War I, picked up in World War II, and arguably peaked for several decades subsequent to its technological zenith in the 50s and 60s after the invention of still-prolific systems like the Heckler and Koch MP5 and the UZI. Show More Summary

Two More Come Home from the South Pacific

DPMO has announced the identification of  two US MIAs from World War II. 1st. Lts. William D. Bernier and Bryant E. Poulsen, 321st Bombardment Squadron, 90th Bombardment Group, 5th Army Air Forces, USAAF, were lost 10 April 1944 in Papua New Guinea. 1st. Lt. Poulson was accounted for on 16 July 2014; 1st. Lt. Bernier […]

Japanese search US archives for WWII MIA info

SARATOGA SPRINGS, New York (AP) — A Japanese group is combing a New York military museum's World War II records for information it hopes will lead to the graves of Americans still listed as missing in action on the Pacific island of Saipan.

Ukraine rebels go to the museum: To steal World War II tanks and two howitzers

4 months agoArts : Artdaily

Visiting a museum may be the last thing on the minds of hardened insurgents in east Ukraine, but a group of them turned up at one in Donetsk -- only to make off with a World War II tank and two howitzers. "They had written authorisation...Show More Summary

Is WGN America's Manhattan a Blast? 4 Reasons to Watch the Atomic Drama

Up and atom! It's time to discuss WGN America's latest original series Manhattan. Set in 1943, Manhattan follows a sequestered group of physicists racing to develop the first atomic bombs during World War II. Right now, you're probably...Show More Summary

Sunken WW II Ship Oil Leak Plugged

Atlantic Coast Marine Group, Inc. successfully responds to World War II era motor tanker leaking massive cargo of oil into the Atlantic Ocean's waters. Beaufort,

Practice Makes Perfect - Ingloriously Logical

4 months agoOdd : Neatorama

Practice Makes Perfect by Shawn Sheehan The battlefields of World War II were a mighty dangerous place, unless you were accompanied by an inglourious group of basterds handy with a rifle, knife and baseball bat. These misfits were led by a wildman nicknamed "The Apache", a guy who believes the best way to kill Nazi scum is with lots of practice... Show More Summary

Liveblogging World War II: July 15, 1944: Attrition, Rommel, Kluge

Richard Atkinson: The Guns at Last Light: >On any given day now, Army Group B might suffer as many losses as Rommel’s Afrika Korps had in the entire summer of 1942. Only 10,000 replacements had arrived to compensate for 100,000 German casualties in Normandy over the past six weeks. Show More Summary

Two More Are Home

DPMO has announced the identification of one US MIA from World War II and another US MIA from the Korean War. SSgt. Gerald V. Atkinson, 358th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, US Army Air Forces was lost 10 April 1945 north of Berlin. He was accounted for 20 June 2014. SSgt. Atkinson […]

Poll: Obama Is The Worst President Since WWII, Reagan Is The Best

Since World War II, America has had a dozen Presidents: Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and Obama. According to Quinnipiac, the best president out of that group was one Ronald Reagan by a landslide. Which is surprising given John F. Kennedy’s presence on the list. More interestingly...

U.S. can beat Belgium at World Cup, says confident Klinsmann

For the past few months, Jurgen Klinsmann has been busy downplaying his team’s chances of winning big, making a real run at this World Cup. He was more Rex Ryan II than Rex Ryan I. But then on Friday, after surviving the Group of Death by a shredded hangnail, Klinsmann started talking bigger, brought out the A material.

Coming Distractions: The trailer for Brad Pitt’s WWII movie Fury hits all the war-movie tropes

Source If there’s a moral to be taken away from the trailer for Brad Pitt’s new World War II film, Fury, it’s that wars are violent—but also noble—and they inspire diverse groups of men to find humor and camaraderie in even the darkest of times. Show More Summary

Last of original group of Navajo Code Talkers dies

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The language he once was punished for speaking in school became Chester Nez’s primary weapon in World War II.

World War II vets get special salute en route to Paris

A group of World War II veterans headed to France received a patriotic sendoff before boarding their flight in Detroit. On Monday, gate agents discovered that 12 veterans, including one who was going to an event at Omaha Beach for the 70th anniversary of D-Day, were waiting to board a Delta flight. Show More Summary

Last of the WWII Navajo code talkers has died; Chester Nez was 93

The final member of the original Navajo code talkers, the group of 28 Native Americans who played a crucial role for U.S. communications during World War II, has died.

Last of original group of Navajo Code Talkers dies

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The last of the 29 Navajos who developed an unbreakable code that helped win World War II has died.

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