In one of the most famous photographs of the 20th century, George Mendonsa kisses Greta Zimmer Friedman, a dental assistant in a nurse's uniform, on Aug. 14, 1945, the day Japan surrendered to the United States.
By Associated Press
There is no evidence linking Johann Rehbogen to a specific crime, but over 60,000 people were killed at the Stutthof concentration camp and prosecutors argue that as a guard, he was an accessory to at least hundreds of those deaths.
By David Rising, Associated Press
In 1956, Ernest Hemingway wrote to his publisher about five short stories he had written: “You can always publish them after I’m dead.” More than six decades later, fans will finally get the chance to read one.
By Alison Thoet
President Donald Trump on Tuesday awarded the Medal of Honor to a late World War II veteran for his "conspicuous gallantry" during the war.
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
By Associated Press
All flights in and out of London City Airport were canceled Monday after a 1,100-pound unexploded World War II-era bomb was found nearby in the River Thames.
In our NewsHour moment of the day, a 93-year-old World War II veteran traveled more than 5,000 miles from his Montana home this month to return a treasured keepsake to a grateful Japanese family.
By Dayana Morales Gomez
Tuesday marked the first-ever official National Rosie the Riveter Day, celebrating the many women who entered the workforce during World War II to help build ships and airplanes.
By Janie Har, Associated Press
Survivors of Japanese-American internment are speaking out to make sure that what happened to them doesn't happen to Muslims, Latinos or other groups.
By Lorna Baldwin
Her biggest scoop came at age 27, just days into her rookie reporting career. Hollingworth was reporting in southern Poland for Britain's Daily Telegraph when she decided to investigate what was happening across the border.
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