World War II


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Aviation Museum Expands
The National World War II Aviation Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado, added a new 40,000-square-foot hangar over the summer to house many of its vintage aircraft. The museum, opened in 2012, occupies 20 acres at the Colorado Springs airport and co
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WWII Online One of our best-selling issues in recent memory featured a sharp analysis of Japan’s armored force during the war. If you enjoy Donald L. Caldwell’s “Ten Little Tanks Spitting Death” on page 28, you’ll want to check out this story, fro
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Creative Force
Curators at The National World War II Museum solve readers’ artifact mysteries My uncle was in the navy and served in the Pacific Theater; this object—which I assume is a Japanese hand grenade or mortar round—was among the items he gave my father. I