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#70th Anniversary

# 70th-anniversary - Tuesday 23 June, 2015

'They had legs ripped off ... faces missing': An eye witness recalls the horror of Okinawa

“We simply had no idea what to do. I was 17. We all thought we would be back at school in a week.”

# 70th-anniversary - Sunday 23 March, 2014

Did you know self-heating cans of soup were a thing in the 1940s?

A welcome comfort for WWII soldiers…if they didn’t explode.