World War II
Protests Force Auction House To Cancel Sale Of Hundreds Of Photos From Japanese WWII Internment Camps
Protests by Japanese-American groups has pushed an East Coast auction house to cancel a planned sale of 450 photos and artifacts from World War II camps.
KCBS Special Report: ‘The Liberator And The Liberated’ – The story of two Bay Area men from very different places, thrown together by fate as World War II wound down.
The oldest living crew member of the battleship USS Arizona to have survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor has died in Northern California at the age of 100.
The Congressional Gold Medal is being awarded Tuesday to 1st Special Service Force— a World War II fighting group made up of 1,800 Americans and Canadian that also known as the “Devils Brigade” and were feared by the Germans. The unit’s commander was San Francisco-born Robert T. Frederick.
A World War II airman whose remains were found more than 60 years after he was shot down over Germany is set to buried in Oakland.
Many know Chicago is known as “the Windy City” and Wrigley Field is one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Archaeologists believe some lost dinosaur bones unearthed nearly a century ago of a creature bigger than a T-Rex may have belonged to one of the weirdest creatures to ever roam the Earth.
Preview the Jolie-directed film about the late Olympian and World War II hero, here…
Palo Alto World War II Hero To Receive Medals Promised But Never Received After Battlefield Injuries
A 90-year-old Palo Alto army veteran will be formally recognized Wednesday evening for his bravery and service in World War II with the medals he was promised by the military, but never received.
The Santa Clara County sheriff’s bomb squad disposed of three World War II-era hand grenades found in a home near San Jose Thursday afternoon, a sheriff’s spokesman said.