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WW2DB's 11th Anniversary
29 Dec 2015

WW2DB turns 11 on 29 Dec 2015

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Communist China to Commemorate Sihang Warehouse Battle
6 May 2015

The funding would convert the Shanghai warehouse into a memorial museum complex to commemorate the heralded 1937 Nationalist defense.

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Lincoln Spire to Honour RAF Bomber Command
20 Apr 2015

A tall spire is to be erected at Canwick Hill south of Lincoln, England, United Kingdom to honour the 25,611 Bomber Command servicemen who lost their lives.

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Wreck of USS Independence Located
19 Apr 2015

Scuttled after Operation Crossroads research, the light carrier had been lost until found and identified by NOAA in 2015.

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US to Disinter Pearl Harbor Remains for Identification
18 Apr 2015

US military hopes to identify at least 60% of the 388 unknown dead from USS Oklahoma with modern understandings of DNA.

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70th Anniversary of WW2 Victory Calendar
21 Mar 2015

The 2015 calendar in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory of WW2 published by the Ministry of National Defense of the Republic of China (Taiwan) is available for download.

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Wreck of Battleship Musashi Located
4 Mar 2015

Software executive Paul Allen announced the discovery of the wreck of battleship Musashi.

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Discovery of Another WW2-era German Secret Weapons Underground Facility
3 Jan 2015

A second WW2-era German underground manufacturing complex was discovered in Austria, likely a site planned for atomic and biological weapons production.

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Experimenting with a New Front Page Layout for WW2DB
1 Jan 2015

WW2DB is experimenting with a slightly different front page layout. What do you think?

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"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."

Winston Churchill, on the RAF