Originally published 12/18/2017
Miriam Kingsberg Kadia
It was in a course on modern Japanese history where things went haywire.
Originally published 08/31/2017
Marc Gallicchio and Waldo Heinrichs
That’s just how Americans felt in 1945, too.
Originally published 05/10/2017
Waldo Heinrichs and Marc Gallicchio
R-Day (this stands for redeployment and readjustment) was the day in 1945 when GIs in Europe and the Pacific Theater learned if they had accumulated enough points to be sent home.
Originally published 05/14/2014
“The Germans... don’t like China constantly comparing them with Japan and going on about the war.”
Originally published 05/10/2014
The remarkable discovery of a box of letters in the archives of the BBC is shedding new light on conditions and attitudes in France during World War Two.
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