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World War II (1939-1945)

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  • Ukraine's Balaklava Bay base designed to get in the last shot of World War III

    Ukraine's Balaklava Bay base designed to get in the last shot of World War III
    SEVASTOPOL, Ukraine - For a place scripted for a starring role in the end of the world, Balaklava Bay puts on a pretty face.
  • Seneca Rocks is a West Virginia landmark with rich climbing history

    Seneca Rocks is a West Virginia landmark with rich climbing history
    SENECA ROCKS, W.Va. - It is hard to miss Seneca Rocks. It is a giant slab of bare white sandstone with sheer cliffs, towering 900 feet above the surrounding valley in the Allegheny Mountains in West Virginia's eastern panhandle. It is one of the most...

    Top 10 overlooked stunning buildings

    Top 10 overlooked stunning buildings
    While most travelers know to visit the Musee d'Orsay while in Paris or the Guggenheim Museum when in New York City, there are hundreds of buildings that get overlooked, either because of their location or simply the number of sites in the city deemed...

    Museum devoted to salt resides deep below Hutchinson, Kan.

    Museum devoted to salt resides deep below Hutchinson, Kan.
    HUTCHINSON, Kan. - We descended into the belly of the Earth. "It's going to take us just a couple of minutes to go underground. Does anybody have a problem going down in the dark?" our cheerful guide asked. "Yes!" I screamed in my head. But I said...

    Concord, Mass., is the location of famous graves - inside and out of local cemeteries

    Concord, Mass., is the location of famous graves - inside and out of local cemeteries
    CONCORD, Mass. - The "Shot heard round the world" hit and killed someone. The man who wrote that line decades later desired a simple burial and instead rests under a massively gaudy headstone. Concord is best known as the site of the first battle of...