German archaeologists find "well preserved" bar in abandoned WWII bunker
The bunker, which could house almost 400 people, was built in 1940-41 for use as an underground shelter during air raids.
Russian state TV rewrites WWII narrative: "Europe took side of the Nazis"
BBC journalist Francis Scarr said Dmitry Kiselyov's comments are a "jaw-droppingly shameless rewriting of history."
Volgograd opposes Stalingrad name change as Putin comes to town
The Russian president was in the city to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the World War II Battle of Stalingrad.
Russia compares Ukraine war to Battle of Stalingrad on 80th anniversary
Duma deputies have reportedly been told to promote the comparison between the Ukraine invasion and the historic World War II battle.
Kremlin "didn't take it far enough" in WWII, Russian lawmaker says
"We will win, 100 percent," said Andrey Gurulyov, a Russian parliament member and former military commander. "Where? Everywhere! Everywhere!"
Russia will destroy Leopard tanks just like Tigers in WWII, minister warns
"German main battle tanks...green light for partners to supply similar weapons," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.
Professor not prepared for contents of lost 1942 reel hoped to be WWII film
"To be fair, I could be in the middle of one of the most significant historical moments and still be captivated by puppies," said one commenter on Twitter.
Stanford linguists show how Nazis got away with murder
The team analyzed the language used in propaganda between 1927 and 1945 to understand how Nazis dehumanized Jews.
When was the first nuclear bomb made and by whom?
Nuclear weapons generate their huge explosive power through the splitting—or fission—of certain elements, such as uranium or plutonium.
Casts of ancient sea monster destroyed in WWII raids discovered
The casts have appeared after decades of obscurity where no copies of the long-lost fossil were known to exist.
Inside abandoned underground WWII fortress built by Mussolini
The incredible abandoned fortress is part of a system of fortifications that spread over 1,000 miles across Italy's northern frontier.
California megadrought reveals long-lost WWII ghost ship on dried lake bed
No one knows how or when the wrecked World War II military vessel—dubbed the "ghost boat"—ended up in Lake Shasta.
Drought in Europe Causes Sunken WWII Warships to Emerge Out of Danube River
More than 20 ships, some laden with explosives, have been exposed to the surface.
Rare German WWII Watch Worn By Nazi Pilot May Sell for Thousands
Made by the renowned German watchmakers A. Lange & Sohne in the early 1940s, the watch was supplied to the Luftwaffe during the conflict.
Woman Discovers Grandma's Diary Confirms Identity of WWII Spy
A woman has discovered that a diary preserved by her grandmother reveals the identity of a WWII British spy codenamed Agent Mullet.
Thousands of British Schoolchildren Were Trained as WWII Assassins: Author
The new book by Andrew Chatterton has lifted the lid on the network of civilian saboteurs and spies trained to defeat Adolf Hitler's army.
Historian Details Pius XII's Troubling Alliances With Mussolini, Hitler
Critics have long argued Pius XII did nothing to stop the genocide of the Jewish people.
World's Only Known Surviving D-Day Ration Pack Discovered at Museum
The "Assault Ration Pack" was issued to British and Commonwealth soldiers for the famous Normandy Landings on June 6, 1944.
Unearthed RAF Log Book Reveals Secrets of World War II's Forgotten Heroes
As well as showing the sense of humor maintained despite being at war, it also features a "rogues gallery" of personnel who were blacklisted for bad behavior.
WWII Anti-Aircraft Missile Leads to Evacuation of 450 People in Poland
The device, weighing 110 pounds was found during construction work, and local police said it was "a very dangerous find."
Cartoon Sketches By WWII Soldier Now Worth Thousands
Hilarious cartoons sketched by a World War II soldier and kept in an attic for almost 80 years are set to fetch thousands of dollars after being deemed worthless.
Texas Woman Buys Priceless Roman Bust for $35 at Goodwill Store
The ancient art piece was likely looted by an American soldier in Germany during World War II.
Ukraine Claims Russia Wants to End War by May 9, Its WWII 'Victory Day'
Ukrainian media reported Russia wants to end the war on the same day it celebrated victory over Nazi Germany.
Obama's Former Defense Secretary Compares Ukraine Conflict to WW II
"The lesson that came out of World War II [was] that if you don't stop a tyrant now, that ultimately you will have to face him later," Leon Panetta said.
Who Is Gail Halvorsen? Pilot Was Renowned 'Candy Bomber' in Berlin Airlift
"I know he's up there, handing out candy behind the pearly gates somewhere," Utah Governor Spencer Cox said of Halvorsen.
Russia-Ukraine Live Updates: Zelensky Thanks Biden for Military Support
Russia is debating supplying militants in the Ukrainian Donbas region with weapons as tensions between Kyiv and Moscow continue to rise. Live updates have ended.
WWII Soldier's Letter to His Mother Delivered to His Widow 76 Years Later
The letter sat unopened in a USPS distribution facility in Pittsburgh for over 75 years before being discovered late last month.
Auschwitz Survivor Celebrates 98th Birthday Saying 'The Nazis Didn't Win'
"Even if she did think she'd survive Auschwitz, I don't think she ever thought she'd reach 98," her great-grandson said.
Woman Finds Old Wallet Filled With Teeth and WWII-Era Currency
The woman discovered a 10 peso note that was issued by the Japanese government during World War II.
105-Yr-Old Vet Who Survived WWII, COVID Set For Medal Ceremony, Party
The Legion of Honor an order of merit given, regardless of birth status or religion, was created on May 19, 1802, by Napoleon Bonaparte.