Shanghai’s infamous Bridge House Hotel was a place of torture and death for untold numbers of Chinese and Allied prisoners. More »
Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin’s pivotal meeting in the Iranian capital in late 1943 decided the fate of the postwar world order. More »
The Allied effort to supply the forces in Asia via ‘The Hump’ over the Himalayas was a monumental task. More »
Through a series of subtle diplomatic moves, president Franklin D. Roosevelt moved the United States toward war with Germany and Japan. More »
Elizabeth P. McIntosh worked for the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. Below is our interview with her from July 2007. More »
The Japanese conquest of the Chinese city occurred will before the acknowledged beginning of World War II. More »
As World War II turned against Hitler, he became desperate to develop weapons that might turn the tide. Some of the technologically advanced systems proved to be devastating.
From the Colmar to the Rhine, Sergeant Carl Erickson fought World War II as a tank driver with the 12th Armored Division.