Berlin doesn't have many buildings with air-conditioning so people are looking for ways to cool off. One of the best is visiting an underground ruin from World War II.
The Jewish cemetery in Thessaloniki used to be one of the largest in the world. Now, bits and pieces of the headstones are scattered throughout the city, embedded in buildings, churches and sidewalks.
This year, Rachel Miller's family in the Boston area is sharing the Jewish holiday of Passover with a Syrian family living with them for the year.
Looking back to the US incarceration of Japanese Americans and how, as one historian puts it, people can "lose sight of our important national values of justice and rule of law."
Americans were discriminated against and incarcerated during World War II because of their ancestry. Which in turn created a generation of their descendents who don’t want to see it happen again.
Amazon’s show “The Man in the High Castle” depicts a world where the Nazis won World War II. For one writer, it’s an uncanny look at the homefront today.
As a rookie reporter in 1939, British journalist Clare Hollingworth got the scoop of the century: World War II. It was the start of a spectacular career for a woman in the historically male world of war reporting. She died Tuesday, age 105.
The British bomb was found in the southern city of Augsburg. The Christmas Day evacuation was Germany's biggest since the end of hostilities.
How do you cover the rise of a political leader who’s left a paper trail of anti-constitutionalism, racism and the encouragement of violence? That's a question US journalists faced after the ascendance of fascist leaders in Italy and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.
Nearly half of the 68 civilians killed on Pearl Harbor day were Japanese American and the Hawaii Territorial Guard, which mobilized the morning of December 7 was largely made up of Nisei, the children of Japanese immigrants. That was before they were incarcerated for being Japanese.
States were left to design a system for massive civilian absentee voting. And in a hodgepodge of rules and regulations, people held in camps were effectively disenfranchised.