Amazon's new pilot proves that alternative-history shows are an uphill battle
The War Labor Board praised Father Christmas' 'kindly and jovial disposition'
From World War I to modern times, the way we talk about those who fight has rarely stayed the same
War, injustice and Benedict Cumberbatch combine in the biopic of British cryptologist Alan Turing
More than 60 companies used American POW labor in World War II. Only one has apologized
Asian nations have long done business with one another. Now nationalism is getting in the way
This week marks the 75th anniversary of the conflict's beginning
The 70th anniversary will be far more poignant than past ones, for one reason: It is the last time veterans will be there in any significant number
Chester Nez was one of 29 Native Americans whose work creating an secret code was instrumental in helping the Allies win World War 2
This probably isn't going to do anything for Sino-Japanese relations
A memorial in the American city of Glendale honoring women forced to work as sex slaves by the Japanese army in World War II provoked a conservative backlash in...
Military will be left incapable of carrying out protracted foreign occupations
Mostly Jewish and Hispanic veterans were passed over due to prejudices, review finds
Japan's top TV figures are making increasingly outrageous statements about World War II
The one-ton bomb was discovered by construction workers and leads to the evacuation of nearly 2,300 people
In remarks he now says he regrets, Katsuto Momii, the head of Japan's main public broadcaster, said Japan was hardly the only nation whose soldiers forced women...
88-year-old man may face trial for participating in one of the worst Nazi massacres on French soil.
An unexploded bomb kills one and injures 13 others in Germany
"I am very competitive," he said
The revered scholar passed away at his Maryland home