History of Wrigley's Gum in WWII?

Answer After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, all manufacturing materials became hard to acquire. These shortages even affected the production at Wrigley Chewing Gum Company. However, Wrigley continued t... Read More »

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World History: What Were the Jeeps Called in WWII?

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Who was known as"The Exterminator"in WWII?

In World War II, Nazi Adolf Eichmann was known as "The Exterminator." Eichmann was also known as "the Architect of the Holocaust." After World War II, Eichmann lived as a fugitive in Argentina unti... Read More »

How many WWII vets die each day?

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