We Remember World War II Wrong
foreignpolicy.com
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Interesting take.

08/05/2020
Who stopped the April 19 1943 train to Auschwitz?
www.discoveringbelgium.com
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A fascinating bit of Belgian resistance history, from Boortmeerbeek of all places.

29/04/2020
Happy (?) Appeasement Day
conradbrunstrom.wordpress.com
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Reflections on Munich and George VI, by @conbrunstrom.

30/09/2019
How World War II almost broke American politics
www.politico.eu
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Interesting long read.

11/06/2019
The Forecaster: The Man Who Decided D-Day
blog.usejournal.com
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Great piece from @garius.

05/06/2019
Why isn’t the 75th anniversary of World War II a bigger deal?
conradbrunstrom.wordpress.com
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Good question.

01/09/2016
Hitler and the Reinvention of Interpreting
www.linkedin.com

Actually Nuremberg trials more important.

17/08/2016
Anne Frank Was a Refugee
www.snopes.com
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In case you had forgotten.

19/11/2015
Six Lost American WWII Air Bases in Britain
www.thevintagenews.com

Conflict archaeology.

09/03/2015
Hiroshima
archive.org

At exactly fifteen minutes past eight in the morning, on August 6th, 1945, Japanese time, at the moment when the atomic bomb flashed above Hiroshima, Miss Toshiko Sasaki, a clerk in the personnel department at the East Asia Tin Works, had just sat down at her place in the plant office and was turning her head to speak to the girl at the next desk.

14/10/2014
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