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Second WWII bomb found in Einsiedlerhof

Less than two weeks after a 500-pound World War II-era ordnance was discovered and defused in an Einsiedlerhof construction area, another bomb has...

Keeping calm and getting on after recent attacks

In late March I made plans to drive up to Belgium for a few days then take a ferry from Dunkirk, France to Dover, U.K.

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Detours and closures March 26 in Einsiedlerhof

On Wednesday, March 22, members from the Armed Forces Agency uncovered a 500-pound World War II-era bomb at a construction site in Einsiedlerhof...

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WWII bomb discovered in Einsiedlerhof

The Armed Forces Agency discovered a 500-pound World War II-era bomb in a construction site in Einsiedlerhof, Wednesday.

Time to turn your clocks forward

While most of our friends and loved ones back in the States grumbled their way through the spring time change on March 12, those of us in Europe...

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Remembering the Rhine River crossing

Under the command of Gen. George S.

Countdown to Spring: 9 must-see European gardens

Soon Europe will be in full bloom, and the best place to see the remarkable transition from winter to spring is at one of these incredible gardens.

Put the razors away for Mustache March

If you’ve been on a U.S. Air Force installation recently, you may have noticed things looking a little more hairy courtesy of Mustache March.
Sand bags and a fence are securing the location of the bomb site next to a construction site in Augsburg, Germany, Sunday Dec. 25, 2016. Tobias Hase/dpa via AP

Massive WWII bomb is defused in Augsburg, Germany

FRANKFURT, Germany — Explosives experts on Sunday defused a large World War II aerial bomb in the southern German city of Augsburg — clearing the...

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Bastogne memorial march and NUTS weekend

On a cold and wintry day in December 1944, Adolf Hitler launched what was to be one of his last major counteroffensives of World War II.

In this photo from the book "The Bombing of Wiesbaden, 1941-1945," by Thomas Weichel, German soldiers man anti-aircraft guns mounted on a truck in late 1944. After losing air superiority to the Allies, Germans increasingly turned to ground defenses to attempt to stop Allied bombings of cities such as Wiesbaden. Courtesy photo

Book documents World War II bombing of Wiesbaden

WIESBADEN, Germany — More than 70 years since World War II ended, it’s hard to tell that Wiesbaden, Germany, now home to U.S.

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