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A portrait of Winston Churchill having a British flag as its background.
Winston Churchill's 1939 unpublished essay speaks of life on Mars, Venus

Duke Of Cambridge Visits Stirling Castle
France Hosts Nanjing Massacre Exhibition

 A Chinese girl walks past a skull said to be that of a villager killed by Japanese troops in the Second World War during a visit to a WWII museum on Sept. 1, 2015 in Beijing, China.
China-Australia Documentary to Show WWII Horrors in China

“The Man in the High Castle” presents an alternate world history in which the Axis powers won World War II.
‘The Man In The High Castle’ Premiere Review: The Nazis, The Japanese, The Resistance

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Relations between China and Japan have shown signs of progress when the two countries sent their respective representatives to high-level meetings.
Thaw in China-Japan Relations on the Horizon

Photos like these depict the atrocities of Japanese soldiers during the 1937 Nanjing Massacre.
Japan Tries to Block Nanjing Massacre from World Register

A man holds a bust of Mao Zedong, the former chairman of the Communist Party of China, inside a souvenir shop in Shaoshan, Mao’s birthplace.
Painting the Town Red: Chinese Get Their Hands on Mao Memorabilia

The Chinese people felt elated and overwhelmed with the success of the V-Day military parade.
‘The Most Beautiful Family’ Representative Overwhelmed at China’s Grandest Military Parade

On Sept. 3, the streets, buildings and houses in Beijing will be decorated with the Chinese national flag.
Beijing Requires Display of National Flag on 70th WWII Anniversary

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has commented on how important China's contributions were during WWII.
U.N. Secretary-General Recognizes China's Contributions in WWII

A police dog participates in a training on violence and anti-terror measures of the Chinese police.
Over 2 Million Yuan in Rewards Given by Beijing Police to Informants This Year

Huang posits that the parade is a warning to Washington not to interfere with regional disputes.
Upcoming Military Parade a Warning to the U.S.

For the commemoration of World War II's end, entertainment shows will be suspended from airing.
Entertainment Shows to Suspend Airing for WWII Anniversary Commemoration

Zhang Xinyi helped fund
Zhang Xinyi Funds Comfort Women Documentary

Ray Scott rides a wooden barge together with some Chinese natives.
Patience, a Virtue: Finding Answers in ‘Finding Kukan’

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