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World War II

Veterans group fights to have Navy honor World War II Catholic priest

Last chaplain to die in Second World War ministered to fellow sailors in shark-infested waters.

Students help WWII veterans return to France to commemorate D-Day

These young people sacrificed their time to assist vets who were willing to give up everything.

Woman tells her mother-in-law’s Holocaust survival story through art

Lotte and Thea Weiss's relationship is strengthened in their initiative to share family history through art.

New film about a Nazi and his Jewish captor has a worthy message about evil

'Operation Finale,' staring Ben Kingsley as Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann, explores the nature of evil.

Maximilian Kolbe, a hero for our time

The life of this courageous saint offers a powerful witness today.

Japanese students recreate the bombing of Hiroshima in virtual reality

The 5-minute virtual tour shows the city of Hiroshima before, during, and after the bomb dropped.

The Bavarian monastery that hosted 5,000 refugees in Post-War Germany

Some 450 babies were born at this monastery in the years following the end of the war.

History buffs, scuba divers helping to find World War II GIs who went missing in South Pacific

Seas and fields of Papua New Guinea continue to offer clues to fate of soldiers who never came home.

Edith Eva Eger: A concentration camp survivor with a mission to heal traumas

Nearly 90 years old, she still speaks to Navy SEALs, POWs, and soldiers returning from combat.

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