Book Review: Glory in Their Spirit By Sandra M. Bolzenius
In "Glory in Their Spirit," author Sandra M. Bolzenius uncovers the tensions surrounding the military regarding race and sex during World War II.
Fire for Effect
Fire for Effect: Road to Nowhere in Burma
"Despite the incredible constancy and valor of the men who fought there, maybe none of the great powers...had a clear understanding of what they were doing in Burma," muses columnist Robert M. Citino on the Allied role and their impact during the Burma campaign.
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WWII Drawing Reveals Life of an A-20B Bomber Pilot
A reader submits an interesting illustration by a WWII pilot found at an estate sale. Curators at the National WWII Museum track down its meaning.
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Battlefield as Crime Scene: The Japanese Massacre in Manila
In acts of shocking brutality, Japanese soldiers and marines massacred tens of thousands of civilians as American troops advanced into Manila in early 1945