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World War II

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.

“We never learn! God help us!” Pope Francis prays WWII vets will teach us

Also says he's "very worried and saddened by the escalation of tensions in the Holy Land"

11 Brave religious leaders who saved the Jews during World War II

Poles received the death penalty for helping Jewish people, but many religious men and women laid down their lives anyway.

The one thing this Auschwitz survivor says she lived for

Holocaust survivor Liliana Segre was named senator for life by the Italian president last January 19.

Let these 5 women from the Holocaust help you become stronger

They confronted perhaps the worst evil imaginable and emerged victorious.

A powerful message about hate from a Holocaust survivor

Eva shared her experiences in two concentration camps for Holocaust Memorial Day this year.

How the real “Rosie the Riveter” reclaimed her identity

Due to the Woozle effect, Naomi Parker nearly didn't discover her claim to fame.

En route to Chile, pope gives press this pic. Says, “I’m truly afraid”

"The fruits of war" is the chilling message accompany the tragic photo of a Japanese boy and his dead brother

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