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Remains of Lost WWII Hero Coming Home to Montana This Week

George G. Simmons left Montana when he was just 18 to join the U.S. Army and help the Allies fight and win World War II. Thanks to DNA analysis, Simmon’s remains will be coming home tomorrow.

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Veterans Day Ceremony Honors World War II Veterans
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New York Town’s Large Collection of WWII Vet Photos Endures

A collection of hundreds of pictures of servicemen and women is the lasting legacy of a tavern owner in upstate New York.

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70 Years After WWII, Japanese Firm to Apologize to U.S. Vets

A major Japanese corporation plans to offer a landmark apology for using U.S. prisoners of war for forced labor during World War II.

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Congressional Gold Medal Given To Native American Code Talkers
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Crow Code Talkers Posthumously Honored With Medals

Four Native American World War II code talkers from Montana have been posthumously honored for their service.

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Montana WWII Veteran Receives Recognition

A Montana World War II veteran who survived the Bataan Death March has been given a congressional citation.

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Missoula WWII Veteran John Nelson Recalls Gen. Patton Peeing Into the Rhine [VIDEO]

This photograph depicts Gen. George Patton, one of history's greatest conquerors, as he purposefully urinates into the Rhine River.

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