The lasting impact of VJ Day on WWII veterans
Hear from veterans of the 'Far East' conflict
The horrors POWs faced working on the infamous 'Death Railway' in Burma
We hear from a veteran who helped free Hong Kong from the Japanese
August 15, 2020, marks 75 years since the end of World War II
This week marks 75 years since Japan surrendered and ended World War II
How did we remember VJ Day five years ago?
Lieutenant Robert Hampton Gray's final act, sinking the Amakusa, earned him the Victoria Cross.
Victory over Japan Day had been a long time coming – learn about the gruelling campaign that led to it …
The attack on the Japanese city was the first use of the atomic bomb in warfare and caused unprecedented death and devastation.
After a year’s work and the interruption of the coronavirus pandemic, builders in Ver-sur-Mer are adding the finishing touches.
The atomic bomb on Hiroshima 75 years ago killed 140,000 people.
"... in being the first to use it, [America] had adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the dark ages."
While rationing was in place cheese really came into it's own
311 (Czechoslovak) Squadron was formed at the Suffolk base in 1940 and suffered the heaviest losses of any Czech formation in the RAF.
The Expert view on the new Apple TV blockbuster ...