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  • World War II Magazine

    WWII Review: Anne Frank

    Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography By Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colon, 160 pp. Hill and Wang, 2010. $16.95. From the authors of the bestselling The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation (Jacobson was executive editor of...

  • World War II Magazine

    The Kindness of Strangers

    How thousands of Danes —and one brave German—defined the Nazis to rescue Denmark’s Jews. “I know what I have to do,” the man wrote in his diary. But even the prospect of what Georg Ferdinand Duckwitz had to do that day, Sept-...

  • World War II Magazine

    WWII Today- August 2011

     Last-Ditch Nazi Poison Plot Revealed Two months before the end of the war, in March 1945, a captured B-17 Flying Fortress took off from a German airfield in Stuttgart and set course for the French border. Above the small town of...

  • World War II Magazine

    A Journey to Hell and Back: Conversation with Denis Avey

    After 65 years of silence, 92-year-old Denis Avey tells an astounding story in The Man Who Broke Into Auschwitz. In summer 1941, the Desert Rat was wounded and captured in North Africa. He spent four years in POW camps—including work...

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    WWII Today- December 2011

    Dutch Resistance Fighter Confesses to 65-Year-Old Murder—and Learns She Killed an Innocent Man She had carried the secret for 65 years but did not want to take it to her death. So 96-year-old Atie Ridder-Visser, a hero of the Dutch...

  • Vietnam Magazine

    Vietnam News- April 2012

    Iraq War Ends; Vietnam Comparisons Continue The departure of the last U.S. soldiers from Iraq in December marked the close of a nearly nine-year war that began in March 2003 with missile strikes on Baghdad aimed at ousting President Saddam...