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Breaking the Silence sheds light on WW II Internment, POW Camp in Hawai'i

The bombing of Pearl Harbor marked the beginning of the United States’ involvement in World War II ... 2,400 students at its brand new, state-of-the-art campus that opened in the City of Kapolei in 20... read more

December 7, 1941: The University of Rochester at war

The following day, President Franklin Roosevelt declared war on Japan. A few days later, the country was at war with Germany and Italy. Virtually overnight, faculty, students, and administrators seeme... read more

An Unforgettable Movie Collects Recently Discovered Color Footage of World War II

But this is less about making the viewer feel like they are there than giving them a new way to consider World War II. The restoration of Wyler’s footage is impeccable. We don’t generally think of thi... read more

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100 years ago: Thirty-two Fairfax County residents killed in WWI

Before the two McLean High School students stood up to speak, Molepske recognized two World War II veterans in attendance. At 97, Regina Benson, who served in Okinawa and Hawaii as a nurse, was the ol... read more

Field Notes: Speak French? You’ll Love This Group of French Speakers and Francophiles

The nonprofit’s Island branch began in 1961 when Anita Hecht, a fabled patron of the arts, and Siegfried Ramler, a Punahou teacher and one of the judges at the Nuremberg Trials after World War II, hos... read more

Mrs. Adele Kauilani Robinson Lemke

Oddly enough, although he never learned to speak Hawaiian ... Kamehameha Schools and served in the Merchant Marines on perilous convoys running supplies and servicemen to war fronts in the Atlantic an... read more

Minnesota WWII Vet Honored With Purple Heart

Wayne Sundberg, 93, served in World War II and qualified to receive the award. But the Army veteran never received it because a fire destroyed his military records. Two days after Christmas, Wayne fin... read more

Military Chaplain in Trouble for Offending Atheists

A chaplain at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska was ordered to remove a religious column he had written titled, “No Atheists in Foxholes: Chaplains Gave all in World War II,” because it allege... read more

For first time, no USS Arizona survivors will be in attendance at ceremonies to mark attack on Pearl Harbor

“This is the very first year,” said Daniel Martinez, historian with the World War II ... service members who survived the attack on December 7, 1941, have been captured on videotaped interviews. Somed... read more

Hawaii Has an Emergency Plan to Prepare for a North Korea Missile Attack

Hawaii is launching a plan to prepare ... catapulting the U.S. into World War II — say they aren’t taking any chances. “If you were to ask me what is the status of North Korea, and is [a missile attac... read more

Sen. Daniel Inouye, Decorated War Veteran, Law Grad and Longtime US Leader, Dies at Age 88

Inouye of Hawaii, a respected leading lawmaker and the longest-serving Democrat in the U.S. Senate, died Monday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. He was 88 years old. In... read more

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