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World War II

The Second World War vet says he's still going through all the cards.
Experts are turning to graphic novels, holograms and Twitter to preserve stories for future generations.
At 17, Valija Grauds was alone in Riga, Latvia, with no identity papers; she hid in a truck headed for Poland.
Rosie the Riveter is only the beginning.
"This thing was perfectly preserved — the colours are just beautiful."
We should be thankful for the service of people like Norm Baker.
I could never identify exactly what so moved me on November 11th, but I could always anticipate that I would need Kleenex up my sleeve cuff... if I was heading to the cenotaph. My patriotism is never more evident than it is on Remembrance Day.... Perhaps my emotional response to the poppy is because of my heart's immediate connection to memories of my Nan and Pop.
Photo of Winston Churchill As a result I am very excited about the potential of British Columbia's New Curriculum. It concedes