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Ludhiana: Rare London magazine cover featuring Sikh Sepoy to go under the hammer

The magazine called ‘Picture Post’ published by Hulton Press Limited, Shoe Lane in London features a sepoy Santa Singh who was one of the Sikh soldiers fighting with the 8th Army.

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US team heads for Arunachal to locate remains of missing soldiers from World War-II

New Delhi has cleared a request from the US government to permit teams of the Defence POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) to visit Arunachal Pradesh and search for the remains of about 400 Americans who remain unaccounted since World War II. In fact, specialised identification and recovery teams from the DPAA arrived in India on Sunday […]


Gujarat: Art exhibition gets personal to tell story of World War-II

The researcher is also trying to find links of a Japanese nurse who travelled with the Imperial army until she was captured in 1943 by the allies in Manipur and sent to the Red Cross hospital at Ahmedabad.

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Soviet WWII plane, Jewish tombstones found in Polish rivers

For the most part, officials knew that archaeological remnants remained hidden under the Vistula River or its tributaries. But it was simply impossible to carry out searches for them until now.

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Wordly Benefits: A yen for Japanese

The worst sufferer of nuclear warfare, Japan has risen phoenix-like and today is synonymous with not only technological advancement but lifestyle innovations as well.


A new duet

Defeating the fascists became the most urgent task, and all peace-loving countries and people rose up in defence.

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No new WWII apology from Japanese PM Abe; China, South Korea critical

South Korea’s president said that Abe’s statement “left a lot to be desired,” and China called it evasive.

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Japan PM Shinzo Abe says he will express ‘remorse’ over World War II

The nationalist leader also said Abe would follow previous explicit prime ministerial apologies over Japan’s past “as a whole”.

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Chinese Takeaway: Abe’s Defence

Going against the grain of entrenched pacifism in Japan, Abe is making the case that Tokyo should respond to the rapidly unfolding geopolitical changes in the region.

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Japan marks 70th anniversary of WWII Battle of Okinawa

A moment of silence was observed at Peace Memorial Park in Okinawa on Tuesday to mark the battle that killed 200.000.


A war of words

Nuke, a nuclear weapon by late 50s, took the verb form as well in the following years, meaning to attack or destroy with nuclear weapons.


World War II special: Did you know the Chinese Army once trained in India?

When the going got tough, Stilwell pulled back the troops into British India with the intention of training them

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World War II: Heroes of Forgotten Army get visitors on 70th anniversary

Manipur’s guest list for the recently concluded commemoration included dignitaries from countries which took part in the battle.


Few visitors to World War II cemetery on 70th anniversary of end of war

Despite the lack of publicity, the Guwahati War Cemetery however gets about 100 foreign visitors every year.


Japan emperor prays at WWII battleground on Pacific island

In Palau, half of the estimated 16,200 war-dead are still unaccounted for more than 60 years after the search began.