Today’s Western retrenchment is as provocative as it was in the 1930s. The U.S. is signaling its retreat and China will gladly fill the vacuum.
The war that brought unspeakable suffering also contributed to the creation of some of the most beloved and heroic literature of modern times.
More than 16 million Americans fought in World War II. The fewer than 325,000 still with us deserve our attention, our love, and our unending gratitude.
Americans should heed the lessons of Czechoslovakia, a democracy that voted for a socialist utopia only to wait four decades to win its freedom back.
Ultimately, the decision to use atomic weapons against Japan hastened the end to World War II, halted further Soviet aggression, and saved millions of lives.
In the dark days of WWII, heroic sacrifice, the leadership of Winston Churchill, and good fortune ensured the survival of the Allied resistance to Hitler.
All were born in the same decade: the 1940s. To put their ages into perspective, here are some facts about the years Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, and Elizabeth Warren were born.
Allied victory in the Second World War created the world we live in today. It is only right that we should mark the end of the old epoch with a national day of remembrance.
Far too few American kids learn about the world wars, the Marshall Plan, the Cold War, or stellar military leadership.
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