World War II Chapters

With Germany upset about how WWI ended and Japan upset about a lack-of-access to much-needed natural resources, another war sent the world into chaos between 1939-1945. Stories in this collection are about some of those events.

Prince Albert, "Bertie," has a hard childhood with a strict father who forces him to be right-handed and wear painful splints to correct his "knock kn...

Szpilman survives the ravages of Warsaw, and then meets Hosenfeld, a German officer who saves his life.

Before he walked out of his concentration camp barracks for the last time, Dietrich Bonhoeffer whispered to a fellow prisoner: "This is the end. For m...

Dietrich Bonhoeffer keeps his faith in the goodness of God even as the Nazis hang him.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer keeps his faith in the goodness of God even as the Nazis hang him.

America captures its first U-boat, the U-505, off the coast of French West Africa.

Photographs, audio/video footage, documents, eyewitness testimony and memoirs all prove that the Holocaust occurs.

U.S. government posters target American women, during WWII, encouraging them to be part of the war effort.

Marines assault Saipan, but meet with Japanese fighting forces in a brutal battle.

Photographs, blueprints, and records provide evidence that Auschwitz and Auschwitz II (Birkenau) are operating death camps.

Other British forces push onto Sword Beach and assault the German troops.

As Hitler seizes power, the Jewish persecution begins.

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