WWII News

Documentary: American Paratrooper First to Liberate Rotterdam and The Hague

THE NETHERLANDS – On May 5, 1945, Lt. Peter G. Scotese of New York, his driver Tommie Mills, and their Dutch translator Adrie van Velzen, managed to drive their jeep through German occupied territory with the mission to reach Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The men were part of Company 513th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 17th …

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E.U. Set to Let Vaccinated U.S. Tourists Visit This Summer

President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said she expects all 27 EU member states will accept travelers who have received COVID-19 vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). That would include the three vaccines that have been authorized for use in the United States — Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer-BioNTech. …

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Unique Footage of a US WWII Camp Archaeology Project in Belgium Reveals Stunning Finds

Camp ‘Top Hat’ near Antwerp was a troop processing camp, named after the popular cigarette brand. Founded in 1945, the camp was the final stop for 270.000 American troops that were about to board a ship back to the United States. In total there was room for 16.500 soldiers and officers, who stayed there for …

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