Topic: World War II

WASHINGTON – On May 7, 1945, a US Army Air Force (USAAF) pilot, Roland Jehl flew the Nazi High Command to Reims, France, where they signed the Surrender Act, which officially concluded the war in Europe. General Dwight Eisenhower’s[...]

By Valeria Paikova PARIS (Beyond Russia) — With her stunning looks, charisma and sex appeal, Nina Berberova could doubtless have become a silver screen siren. But a different scenario unfolded after she left the Soviet Union for Europe,[...]

ATLANTA, Ga. – It was not Winston Churchill who won World War II, but it was indeed he who did not lose it, wrote prominent World War II historian John Lukacs. In order not to lose the battle in the air, especially when England was[...]

WASHINGTON (Arizona Republic, Guardian, Washington Post, NYT, US Department of Defense) – Gregory Melikian was one of seven World War II veterans, ages 96 to 100, who joined President Donald Trump at a wreath-laying ceremony at the World[...]

WATERTOWN — On October 27, the Armenian American Veterans of Greater Boston celebrated its 67th anniversary with a Membership Appreciation Banquet, honoring its oldest member Harry Keshishian, soon to be 98 years old in December. The[...]

VITRY-SUR-SEINE, France (Deutsche Welle) – The Armenian tailor was the last surviving member of the Manouchian group, a World War II resistance cell made up of foreigners that carried out attacks in Nazi-occupied France. President[...]