“Architecture of Internment: The Build Up to Wartime Incarceration, Oregon, 1941-1943” visually captures the decision of Oregonians to incarcerate Japanese Americans and Japanese immigrants in the 1940s during World War II.
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Imagine that, after surviving three months in the Dachau concentration camp in Germany, you immigrated to the United States and later interrogated German prisoners of war for the U.S Army. One of your POWs was an officer for the Schutzstaffel, or SS, a paramilitary organization serving the Nazi regime. As a show of intimidation, and […]
A new exhibit titled “Emblem and Artifice: Withered Symbols of the War,” features chemigrams that display lost symbols from World War II.
Letters to the editor for the week of Oct. 10, 2014.
I support Gloria Montebruno Saller’s opposition to the atomic bomb in that we should not need to use weapons like this (“Effects of atomic bomb still felt.” Sept. 19).
Gloria Montebruno Saller of the modern languages department lectured on the effects on the survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima in 1945 Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Planes from the past delighted guests at the Wings of Freedom Tour held at La Verne’s Brackett Field airport Monday through Thursday as World War II history came to life through aviation.
The Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino invited two World War II Air Force veterans to speak on Saturday March 1, each telling their own personal stories of the battles they fought in France, Russia and Japan.
The University of La Verne honored 42 alumni and faculty pacifist and conscientious objectors for their public service during World Wars I and II with a plaque dedication last week in the Chapel.
Many students may not have known about the memorial outside Wilson Library until a few recently took notice and felt the modest memorial – to two ULV students who were killed in World War I – deserved better.