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Bill Remembers: World War II

"I am seeing the people inside the rail car. I'm seeing the pregnant women, I'm seeing the mothers holding babies. I'm seeing them begging for water. I'm seeing them tired. Nightmare.” As difficult as it is to recall such atrocious memories, Fritzie Fritzshall, like so many other Holocaust survivors, tells her story and tries to keep her memories alive in hopes that history never repeats itself.

Short Hair for War Effort Women

It was back to “Grandma-style hairdos” in 1943 for women working for the war effort. Long ... more

Wimbledon: The Tennis World’s Premier Event

A sporting event that brings out the likes of celebrities and royalty, Wimbledon is like no other ... more

The Non-Stick Wonder

You probably know Teflon best for its seemingly magical ability of keeping food unstuck from ... more
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