world war two

Kalamazoo College

Author Doris Bergen uses the analogy of a house on fire to explain the origins of the Holocaust. 


Amphibious landings in France and Okinawa will be simulated by hundreds of reenactors in Saint Joseph on Saturday.

On Christmas Eve, 1959, in a small apartment in Cleveland, Ohio, the foot pedal on Mary Juratovac Gansen’s old treadle sewing machine was steadily being rocked forward and back, driving the belt that made the needle go up and down into the night. Some women would get fancy electric sewing machines that Christmas. Each of Mary’s two young daughters would be gifted a priceless heirloom made out a WWII parachute. 

22 Veterans from Kalamazoo and Battle Creek had one-day all expenses paid flight to Washington D.C. and back

Event planned for Saturday at Western Michigan University

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