A WWII Soviet soldier, after the fall of Berlin, parachuted onto an enemy airfield where he was captured by more than 3,500 Japanese troops. Game over? Not even.
The aviator’s most audacious trans-Atlantic feat was perhaps the seven children he fathered out of wedlock in Germany.
Something borrowed, something blue, something old and something new doesn’t usually include the invasion of Poland on your wedding day.
They’re squabbling over everything from the East China Sea to fake food. But China and Japan are uniting over movies.
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What easily crawls into your head sometimes takes up an uneasy residence there, like the human toll of Hiroshima.
Hall of Famer Yogi Berra was known for his wit and charm, but he was also among the first Americans to confront the Germans at D-Day.
The Abraham Lincoln Brigade was an army of volunteers … but its members weren’t revered like other troops.