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Boston Marathon Attack – The City and Sportsmanship Will Not Be Diminished

New York and Boston are now forever linked as sisters in sorrow, but our example can provide something to remember as Boston slowly heals its wounds. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Tora! Tora! Tora!

Perfect restoration of the 1970 World War II epic. Read More »

Book Review: The Lucky Baseball: My Story in a Japanese-American Internment Camp by Suzanne Lieurance

A highly entertaining and educational book set during the time of the American war against Japan. Read More »

One Hundredth Anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

The building was supposed to be fireproof but, just as the Titanic was supposed to be unsinkable, it didn't stop either from becoming a deathtrap. Read More »

Book Review: A Big Anthology of World War II U.S. Submarine and Historic Stories by Paul W. Wittmer

“If we, the living veterans of World War II do not publish, then others will, and in the process, rewrite our history.” — Paul W. Wittmer Read More »

Book Review: Heroes Don’t Run by Harry Mazer

A terrified but heroic Marine finds himself under devastating fire in Okinawa Read More »

Book Review: A Boy at War: A Novel of Pearl Harbor by Harry Mazer

Young Adam witnesses the attack on Pearl Harbor and watches his father's ship, the Arizona sink. Read More »

Being Afraid in War

A blackout and one child's terror. Read More »

Pearl Harbor Is Still a Teachable Moment

How sad the day is slowly being relegated to the backburner and not as the day that changed America and the world forever. Read More »

DVD Review: Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup (2009)

A rehash of the previous videos, but with scarier music. Read More »