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Looted Painting "Madonna with Child" Returned to Poland
2 Jun 2023

"Madonna with Child", looted during the German occupation of Poland, was returned to the Polish embassy in Tokyo, Japan on 31 May 2023.

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Wreck of USS Mannert L. Abele Found
29 May 2023

Destroyer USS Mannert L. Abele, sunk by special attack aircraft, was located.

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Wreck of Montevideo Maru Found
25 Apr 2023

Japanese ship Montevideo Maru, which sank with over 1,000 prisoners of war deaths, was located.

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Detonation of a WW2-Era Naval Mine
21 Mar 2023

Croatian authorities shared a video of the controlled detonation of a WW2-era naval mine.

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Wreck of USS Albacore Found
23 Feb 2023

Naval History and Heritage Command confirmed the identity of a wreck discovered in 2022 to be that of submarine USS Albacore.

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Accidental Detonation of a WW2-Era Bomb in Great Yarmouth
10 Feb 2023

A WW2-era bomb was accidentally detonated while being disarmed on 10 Feb 2023.

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Joseph Eskenazi honored at US National World War II Museum
16 Jan 2023

The oldest surviving Pearl Harbor veteran was honored at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.

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Beethoven Original Manuscript to be Returned to Heirs of its Pre-WW2 Owner
13 Jan 2023

Heirs of the once-powerful Petschek family will soon be reunited with a family treasure lost during the Nazi German occupation of Czechoslovakia.

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