As I walked through Shanghai’s Hongkou district on a cold February day, I saw the names written in English, seven times, on a museum’s bronze perimeter wall. First name. Middle initial. Then Kessler — my last name. I was stunned. They were among the Jews, 13,700 of them, who had spent some or all...
There are countless model warships on display at the U.S. Navy Museum, ranging from wooden paddlewheelers to World War II flattops, but none of these miniature marvels could trade broadsides with the 19-foot-long model of the USS Missouri. The...Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — When Britain's 21-year-old Princess Elizabeth married 26-year-old Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey in 1947, the wedding sparked joy and celebration in a country just recovering from World War II.
Hidden footage from 2014 shows the disturbing moment a group of nurses laughed as a World War II veteran repeatedly called for help and died. Read more...
Director Joe Wright is known for an amazing five-minute tracking shot of Dunkirk in "Atonement," and he revisits the event in his latest film, "Darkest Hour."
The British actor disappears into the role of the famous World War II statesman: 'He's our Lincoln.'
A World War II veteran’s last breaths were among nurses who were secretly filmed laughing and failing to adequately perform CPR or call for help in a timely fashion, a disturbing video shows.
Authored by Ted Rivelle via TCW.com, This year’s Nobel prize in economics was awarded to Richard Thaler, a pioneer of behavioral economics. But there is a tale told by a lesser known Nobel laureate, Kenneth Arrow. As a World War II weather officer, he was tasked with analyzing the reliability of the army’s long-range weather forecasts. Show More Summary
USAToday reports on the story of World War II veteran James Dempsey, of Woodstock, Georgia who was in a nursing home. One day, he began gasping for air and he called for help from the nursing home staff. Nursing supervisor, Wanda Nuckles, claims she rushed to his side and began chest compressions until paramedics arrived. […]
James Dempsey, 89, of Woodstock, Ga., died in 2014 at the Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation Center. At first it appeared the decorated veteran of World War II had died of natural causes. And then his family watched the footage on a hidden camera they had put in his room.
Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Staff at the Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation Center laughed as a decorated World War II veteran took his last gasps of air after frantically calling for help six different times, according...Show More Summary
Two U.S. servicemen whose remains were identified more than six decades after they were killed overseas during World War II finally got funerals in their California hometowns. The Defense Department says Army Air Forces 1st Lt. Homer Spence and Marine Corps Reserve Assistant Cook Frank Masoni was...
Two U.S. servicemen whose remains were identified more than six decades after they were killed overseas during World War II will finally get funerals in their California hometowns. The Defense … Click to Continue »
The clip revealed a decorated World War II veteran died calling out for help while a pair of nurses laughed in front of him.
Warfare History Network History, Europe During Operation Aphrodite, radio controlled B-17s proved to be deadly and ahead of their time. When it came to advanced military technology in World War II, arguably no one was better at it than...Show More Summary
A World War II veteran yelled to nurses for help that he could not breathe and the nurses laughed trying to get his oxygen tank to start.
Americans didn't start adopting kids from other countries until after World War II—and that's just one way adoption has evolved over time
'Darkest Hour' explores the true story of Winston Churchill becoming Britain's prime minister during World War II.
On This Day in Football: Dynamo Moscow dazzle in Britain - originally posted on Sportslens.com With World War II at an end, the Football Association invited Soviet champions Dynamo Moscow for a tour of Britain in November 1945. Europe was finally at peace again which provided an excellent opportunity to take a peek behind the Iron Curtain. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. is bringing its World War II drama Dunkirk back to standard theaters, plus IMAX and 70MM theaters starting December 1.