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Articles with keyword "World War II"

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At War’s Painful Core

A legacy of loss from three wars is chronicled by the American Wars in Asia Project.

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Women in Combat

Soviet women who fought in World War II tell their stories in an exhibition in Ohio.

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Paving the Road to War

Franklin D. Roosevelt had his work cut out for him when he spoke to persuade Midwestern isolationists.

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On the Trail of Lost Art

Historian Lynn H. Nichols talks about the theft of European treasures in World War II with William R. Ferris.

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The Life of a Poet

The Pulitzer prize-winning poet speaks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the links between poetry and painting.

In Focus

Hawai'i's Bob Buss

Bob Buss promotes history in Hawai'i.

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From Battlefield to Bungalow

Easy-to-assemble structures find a place in the twenty-first century.

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Reliving History Frame by Frame

Early newsreels put Americans in the front row for major world events.

WWII soldiers

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War Stories: The American People in World War II

An epic film documents the experiences of the citizen soldier and his community.

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The Sound of Freedom

Composed during World War II, Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait reflects the mood of the times during which it is performed.