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Articles with keyword "World War II"

Deane Keller and Michaelangelo's David

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Protecting Art in War

Yale's Deane Keller became a Monuments Man and helped save Italy's treasures.

Sono Osato

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The Original Miss Turnstiles

Provocative casting in On the Town.

Little Italy, New York City, 1950s

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What Sets Italian Americans Off From Other Immigrants?

Family and work for starters, according to a new TV documentary.

Injured troops from the 3rd Battalion, 16th Infantry

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How the GI Bill Became Law in Spite of Some Veterans’ Groups

The G.I. BIll represented a new deal for veterans

Albert Einstein in 1920s

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The Face of Science

How Albert Einstein became a celebrity

Hannah Arendt, 1944

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The Trial of Hannah Arendt

She caused a furor when she coined “the banality of evil” to describe mindless acts of Nazi horror.

Herb Plambeck reports from Europe in World War II.

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Radio Voices

Iowa reporters bring news of the front to audiences at home during World War II.

Photo of Scott Russell

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Scott Russell of the Northern Mariana Islands

Scott Russell balances the interests of locals and newcomers in the Northern Mariana Islands.

Embroidered panel, Janiszew Prison Camp

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A Memory of Survival

A woman tells the story of her Holocaust survival through her embroidered art.

65th Infantry in Puetro Rico, 1941.

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El Movimiento

Latino Americans, a sweeping new documentary, chronicles the experiences of Hispanics in the United States.