World War II News and Stories
The story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore sounds nearly improbable: two Jewish stepsisters-slash-lovers who lived as old ladies and wrote anti-Nazi propaganda!
One victim of the Nazi regime that you probably didn’t hear about in history class was the transgender healthcare movement
He was a courageous, openly gay Dutch painter who fiercely resisted the Nazis in Holland before he was executed
Japanese internment is a dark stain on U.S. history, and this scientist argues the DACA showdown is the same thing all over again
A BBC television special titled ‘Icons: The Greatest Person of the 20th Century’ saw him beat out some of the most iconic names in modern history
‘They Called Us Enemy,’ the new George Takei graphic novel will focus on his childhood years spent in an internment camp for Japanese-Americans
85 years ago today, the Nazis burned down the Institute of Sex Research — in minutes, the world’s knowledge of sexuality was set back decades
Gay men who love far-right candidates like Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen would do well to learn about the Night of the Long Knives
Sometimes people worry whether it’s too late for them to come out — but Patricia Davies joined the British Army in 1945, and came out as trans last year
A 95-year-old World War II veteran was finally able to marry the man of his dreams this month, a 67-year-old Vietnam vet. Did it get a little dusty in here?