August 9, 1945 the atomic bomb "Fat Man" was dropped on Ngasaki, Japan. ~ this second bomb is the most controversial of the two bombs. Documents have appeared that show that the USA knew Japan was on the verge of surrender but dropped the bomb anyway to scare the USSR into thinking that they had a lot more bombs, which they didn't. By the end of the war it was clear to the US and Great Britain that after the war the knew threat was the USSR.
A Photo-Essay on the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Nazi Hunter Beate Klarsfeld (née Künzel, born 13 February 1939)is a known activist for documenting the Holocaust to establish the record and enable prosecution of war criminals. Since the 1960s, she alongwith Serge Klarsfeld (born 17 September 1935) have been notable for their activism against former Nazis, efforts to commemorate the Jewish victims from France of the Occupation, and for their support of Israel
World War II, Future President General Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969), stopping for noon mess by the roadside during an inspection tour in Tunisia. The menu is a C ration, and hot. It was kept warm by being packed next to the manifold of the General's car enroute, photograph, 1943.
Nurses hanging Christmas decorations in a ward at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital even though it had been damaged by several air raids, 5th December 1940. (Photo by William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images)