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Tourists of History

By the time our granddaughter Sydney surprised us last spring by landing the lead in the Little Theatre of Walla Walla production of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” my interest in World War II history had already been piqued.

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Prague

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The cliffs of Normandy at Point du Hoc, northern France, where German gun emplacements had ...

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United States and Canadian flags flutter in the wind behind the spires of the Omaha ...

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The German slogan “Work Makes You Free’ greets visitors to the Small Fortress in Terezin, ...

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One of the buildings in the Small Fortress in Terezin, Czech Republic, where Jews were ...

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A cartoon of a happy Frenchman in a window welcomes a Canadian soldier with a ...

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A decorated window seen in the village of Bernieres/Saint-Aubin, France, at Juno Beach.

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Margaret and Jim Buchan take advantage of a photo op and a cooperative fellow tourist ...

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An Allied warplane is suspended from the ceiling in the foyer of the Memorial de ...

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The picturesque village of Cochem, Germany, and the meandering Mosel River as viewed from the ...

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German sausage and sauerkraut in Heidelberg, in southwest Germany, the fifth-largest city in the state ...

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