World War II
Tomorrow marks the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. To commemorate the day, some World War II veterans shared their memories of December 7, 1941 during a visit to the Heinz History Center’s exhibit “Stars and Stripes: An American Story.”
World War II veterans from Pittsburgh are finally getting their due with a memorial dedicated to them on the North Shore. However, organizers still need a lot of help to honor the men and women of America’s greatest generation.
World War II veterans from Pittsburgh are finally getting their due with a memorial dedicated to them on the North Shore.
A World War II fighter plane touches down at Allegheny County Airport. The P-51 Mustang is one of three aircraft offering paid flights and tours
To celebrate the birth of the Jeep, a local community is hosting a festival. A parade of about 1,200 Jeeps will be featured in a festival in Butler to honor the vehicle’s historic past.
More than six decades ago, a young man from Pittsburgh died fighting for his country. Second Lt. Regis Dietz, 28, is finally home and was honored with others at Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday.
Sixty-seven years after the allied invasion at Normandy, Michael Vernillo remembers it clearly.
An oral history produced by students at Linton Middle School presents mages of World War II, and the spoken memories of some who served. It’s a story told by a dwindling number of veterans. Sixteen […]
We know Bruno Sammartino as the world-renowned wrestler who calls Pittsburgh his adopted home, but few people know the real story behind this champion and the harrowing childhood experiences that molded him. Bruno’s hometown in […]