The First Photos of a Pearl Harbor Warship’s Watery Grave

The destroyer, the first to fire a shot “in anger” in Pearl Harbor at the start of the American involvement in World War II, was photographed this month at the bottom of the waters off the Philippines, where it sank in 1944.

‘Comfort Women’ Statue in San Francisco Leads a Japanese City to Cut Ties

A long-running dispute between South Korea and Japan was reignited by a memorial for women who were sex slaves during World War II.

War Hero’s Family Suing in Its Decades-Long Fight to Identify Remains

By DAVE PHILIPPS May 29, 2017 In the early days of World War II, a baby-faced West Point graduate with a rifle in one hand and a tommy gun in the other made a one-man attack in the Philippines against the invading Japanese that altered the course of the war....