Writer Christopher Hanson details a campaign to get journalist Edward Kennedy recognition for reporting on the end of World War II.
Zofia Abramowicz, a Polish Catholic, was taken to Auschwitz during World War II, wrote poetry and buried it in the camp. Sean Cole talks to the keeper of these poems, Cherie Braun.
Konrad Jarausch's father served in a reserve battalion of Hitler’s Army. As a young man, Konrad struggled with his father’s role in the war. Recently, as an historian, Konrad began to re-read the war-time letters that his mother had saved.
Gary Aitken knew his father died during World War II. Through an unusual coincidence, Gary finally found out about his father’s life and death when he met a soldier who had served with his dad.
We call David Cundall in Burma to check in on his attempt to dig up old World War II era planes – Spitfires
Dr. David Wahl, begins to piece together his family history.
Dick talks to New Yorker cartoonist Joseph Farris about his paintings of fighting in the front line of World War II.
Dick talks with artist and New Yorker cartoonist Joe Farris about his book "A Soldier's Sketchbook: From the Front Lines of World War II"
Growing up with Anne Frank – a childhood friend remembers a vibrant, curious girl.
British farmer David Cundall has spent the past 17 years searching for buried spitfire airplanes.
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