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World War II

Fleeing Nazi Germany, Jewish intellectuals landed in historically African-American colleges

Refugees found safety in America in the 1940s, and in turn helped American students

Blessed Alojzje Stepinac, a hero to stir the hearts of the most complacent Christians

He resisted the Nazis and then the communists, and was declared a martyr by Pope John Paul II

It’s Four Chaplains Day: Do you know who they were?

Priest, rabbi and two ministers went down with a ship torpedoed by Nazi U-boat, 74 years ago

Welcome to the YOLOCAUST: Selfies and Extermination Camps

See that selfie you took of yourself dancing on that grey slab? Now move your mouse, and get "woke"

The hero of “Hacksaw Ridge,” as remembered by his son

Aleteia's John Burger talks to Desmond Doss, Jr. about his father

Mel Gibson found inspiration in Vietnam hero for “Hacksaw Ridge”

Director of WWII "love story" recalls intimate moment with Gen. Hal Moore

Who are we? Remembering our Catholic conviction in politically troubling times

Dietrich von Hildebrand's questions about who we elect to lead us, and what that says about us, are relevant again

Winston Churchill’s undeniable truth, for the bleakest of times

"We have before us an ordeal of the most grievous kind..."

Newfound documents illuminate final days of Scottish hero of the Holocaust

Jane Haining chose vulnerable students in Hungary over her own safety

My friends Joe and Vicki protected Jews from the Nazis

The Ulmas’ great “crime” was loving their neighbors through Christ. Now they're in my Catholic Hall of Fame

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