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  • Letter from Alaska July/August 2021

    The Cold Winds of War

    A little-known World War II campaign in the Aleutian Islands left behind an undisturbed battlefield strewn with weapons and materiel

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    (Brendan Coyle)
  • Around the World September/October 2020


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    (Courtesy Battleship Cove Maritime Museum)
  • Letter from Normandy July/August 2020

    The Legacy of the Longest Day

    More than 75 years after D-Day, the Allied invasion’s impact on the French landscape is still not fully understood

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    (National Archives)
  • Features July/August 2019

    Place of the Loyal Samurai

    On the beaches and in the caves of a small Micronesian island, archaeologists have identified evocative evidence of one of WWII’s most brutal battles

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  • Digs & Discoveries May/June 2019

    Understanding Hornet's Fate

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    (Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Inc.)
  • Around the World September/October 2017


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    (Courtesy Project Recover)
  • Digs & Discoveries March/April 2013

    Let Slip the Pigeons of War

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    (©SWNS/Splash News/Corbis)
  • Features May 01, 2011

    Unexploded War Relics

    On February 6, 2011, thousands of residents of the Boulogne-Billancourt community in west Paris were awoken at dawn and asked to leave their homes for more than four hours while French military explosive experts defused a nearly 1,000-pound bomb found in their neighborhood.

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  • Features May 01, 2011

    World War II Aircraft Crash Sites

    In World War I, planes were primarily used for reconnaissance missions—though early dogfights took place between aircraft outfitted with machine guns. In World War II, in addition to recon and air fights, aerial bombing was a major activity.

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