With the outbreak of the First World War reaching its centennial this year, an art show in Wuppertal traces the scars the war left behind. It travels to the French city of Rheims in the fall.
Known for Hollywood films, German director Robert Schwentke has tackled a chapter of World War II from an unusual perspective in his new movie "The Captain," which shows that sometimes the uniform does make the man.
German director Christian Petzold's latest work is adapted from a WWII novel – but the refugee story is set in a timeless context. The cinematic experiment brings the past into dialogue with the present.
Authorities in the eastern Italian town of Fano ordered some 23,000 people to evacuate after the discovery of a bomb from World War II. Officials said the device was neutralized at sea in a "highly risky operation."
Margot Duhalde, who flew Spitfires in World War II as the first female Chilean military pilot, has died at the age of 97. She defied traditional gender norms in Chile and learned to fly at just 16.
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