We all know what happened the morning after. What was Saturday, December 6, 1941 like?
After 10 installments, I'm finally finished! There's some good wine at the end.
The second-to-last installment of this war romance features two bold and wonderful wine pairings in which to drown your sorrows.
Why was Lend-Lease arguably the turning point of World War II? And can I find a good wine within walking distance of my hotel?
Was Stalin so upset by the German invasion that he collapsed and went on a bender? Or is it a myth?
Climate change is inescapable. You can even find it in our most cherished movies.
How FDR's 400-odd words set the stage for America's entire experience in World War II.
This week was traumatic for me. It could be worse: it could be December 7, 1941.
I missed posting this on the anniversary of its release (May 1), but ArtLark has a wonderful article about "Citizen Kane," one of my all [...]
Thousands of civilians were evacuated from Hawaii in the weeks and months after the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941. Many never returned. This is their story.