World War II

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Sisters No More: Strain on US-Japanese Relations Because of a Statue

The concept of the sister city started sometime in the 1950s, but a lot of people tend only to know the term from browsing a town’s Wikipedia page. New York and Beijing are sister cities, as are Paris and Seoul, as well as Krakow and Edinburgh. This particular bond between cities is meant to strengthen … Continue reading

Theft at The Jean and Price Daniel Home and Archives

According to the Boulin, the former home of Texas governor Price Daniels, now a home museum, was broken into on December 12th.  Daniel who held office from 1957 to 1963 had a large collection of historical memorabilia and artifacts.  Museum officials have determined that silverware, jewelry, a sword, a Native American headdress and WWII items … Continue reading