Save for a handful of its Gestapo caricatures, the Nazis in writer-director Taika Waititi’s latest are nothing short of likable, entertaining and inherently decent.
On a 1943 bombing run, Sgt. Joe Caldwell parachuted into enemy territory when his plane was shot down. He didn’t know where he was. He didn’t speak French. He was terrified.
Filmmaker Václav Marhoul’s “The Painted Bird” is causing disgusted viewers to walk out at festivals—including TIFF. Is it really that shocking?
As Hitler planned to starve the Brits to death, one man was given total power to design their menu. It produced the healthiest generation in history and has lessons for today.
Zygmunt Nagorski served in the Polish army that fought Hitler’s invasion in 1939. Time and again throughout the war, he survived, even as he lost family and friends.
Before America’s entry into WWII, the country was divided on the question of intervention, but not for want of trying on the part of FDR and the nation’s foreign correspondents.
A new Smithsonian Channel documentary, ‘Adolf Island,’ examines the only SS-run concentration camps on British soil in an attempt to uncover new mass graves.