The latest Japanese aircraft carrier to be found was located in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, roughly 1,300 miles northwest of Pearl Harbor.
Communist Poland expelled many of its surviving Jews in a nation-wide anti-Semitic campaign, two decades after the war.
The current trade dispute between Asia's second and fourth largest economies has its roots in grievances dating from World War Two.
Karl Münter told Germany's ARD television last year that he had "the right to shoot" French villagers.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said the efforts of the western Allies "should of course not be exaggerated."
In a week of historic liberation dates, we would do well to remember other milestones, from Rome to Warsaw.
"I don't think the French expect me to respond to tweets," the country's president said.
It is becoming increasingly difficult for German prosecutors to try people accused of being involved in Nazi crimes because the handful of suspects that are still alive are extremely old.
Simon Levis Sullam says Italians played "varying but crucial parts in the tragic process that resulted in genocide," and calls on the country's leaders to admit historical complicity.
Rudenko was a trailblazer for women in sport and remembered for saving children from the besieged city of Leningrad in World War II.
Otto Frank was thwarted by "American bureaucracy, war and time," researchers have found.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski's fellow party members have previously estimated that Berlin could owe up to $850 billion to Poland.
Tooth fragments discovered in Berlin in 1945 belonged to Hitler, proving he died as the Allies approached.
The atomic bombs killed hundreds of thousands of people and ended World War II.
Unexploded bombs from World War II are a persistent hazard in Germany, even more than 70 years since the end of the war.
A Manhattan judge ruled that two works by Vienna's Egon Schiele belong to three heirs of the Holocaust victim robbed by the Nazis 80 years ago.
The report claims anti-Semitism was "a traditional feature of Polish political and economic life."
Politicians in Moscow took turns saluting Putin and Russia's troops, and blasted the U.S. for getting "no significant results" on the battlefield.
The BK-31 vessel, sunk during the most critical stage of the Nazi siege, shows how close Stalingrad came to defeat during one of the war's bloodiest battles.
Despite the U.S.'s deadly atomic bomb attacks on Japan during World War II, the two countries mostly see eye to eye on North Korea.
The Kremlin has called for initiatives at home and abroad to spread Russian history, particularly regarding its role in World War II and defeating the Nazis.