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Disease-Ridden Teeth Belonged To Hitler, Scientists Confirm
The teeth also suggest that Hitler was a vegetarian, another rumor that circled after his death.
This Week In History News, May 13 – 19
Earliest human virus uncovered, Stone age artifacts rewrite history books, oldest U.S. WWII vet turns 112.
The Nazis’ Schwerer Gustav, The Biggest Gun Ever Built
The monstrous Schwerer Gustav was deployed in the Soviet Union during the Battle of Sevastopol.
With 242 Kills In Four Months, This Soviet Sniper Was A Nazi-Killing Machine
Vasily Zaytsev was one of Russia's most skilled marksmen, and was immortalized in "Enemy at the Gates."
William Patrick Hitler, Nephew Of Adolf And U.S. Navy WWII Veteran
The relationship between Adolf Hitler and his nephew didn't end well. Hiter took advantage, blackmailed, and disowned his relative. William Patrick Hitler, that is.
Hidden Pages In Anne Frank’s Diary Revealed — And They’re Filled With Sex Talk And Dirty Jokes
She covered these pages over with adhesive paper, and now we know why.
National Park Should Refer To Atomic Bombings As War Crimes, Say Some Japanese
Japanese nationalists want the Manhattan Project National Historical Park to recognize the humanitarian consequences of the atomic bomb's development.
33 Facts About Adolf Hitler That Reveal The Man Behind The Monster
From his secret cocaine addiction to his intense cat phobia, these Hitler facts expose everything you never knew about history's most infamous villain.
“Heaven Shakers”: The Japanese Kamikaze Torpedoes Of WWII
The Kaiten was not only a weapon of destruction but a symbol of the strength of the Japanese pilots' spirit.
Richard Overton, America’s Oldest World War II Vet Is 112 And Still Smoking And Drinking
Richard Overton's advice on living a long life? Cigars, whiskey, and just don't die.
How The Disfigured “Hiroshima Maidens” Got A New Lease On Life
When the "Hiroshima Maidens" disfigured by the atomic bombing thought their lives were over, Japan and the U.S. united to give them a second chance.