Tag Archives: wwII

I’ve been playing Wolfenstein: The New Order

I love history. And as any history buff would tell you, World War II was a very interesting time to speculate what could have happened. For instance, if only Hitler had given the tank divisions more fuel at Dunkirk, it ...

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‘Cabaret’ brings edge to campus

Fresno State University Theatre will present “Cabaret,” a 12-time Tony Award winning musical, beginning Dec. 5 and running until Dec. 14. Cabaret is an edgy play where its characters hide behind violence, drugs and sexuality to help escape the dangerous ...

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U.S. Navy submarine fleet 114th anniversary celebrated on campus

Sweltering heat, cramped quarters and exploding depth charges were just a few of the challenges World War II submarine veterans had to face.

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CSU grants first honorary degree to WWII internee

The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees voted unanimously late last week to grant honorary bachelor’s degrees to Japanese Americans who were enrolled at CSU campuses during World War II, and forced into internment camps.

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CSU considers issuing honorary degrees

The California State University Board of Trustees will consider granting hundreds of honorary degrees to former students forced from their academic studies due to the internment of people of Japanese ancestry during World War II, according to a press release from the CSU.

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Survivors of the Holocaust heard

It was at the height of World War II when more than 10,000 Jews fled the ghetto of the German-occupied city of Minsk in Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic.

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