More than a half million Americans gave their life during World War I and World War II. They died fighting to protect freedom and democracy around the world. Hear family members remember those they lost, who are buried overseas in North Africa American Cemetery.
On May 8, 1945 World War II ended in Europe. This piece was produced by the United News Company in 1945. Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
In this online, video tutorial, learn how to use the Battle of the Atlantic interactive. In less than three minutes, you'll receive an overview of this resource that explains this pivotal World War II battle.
Seen in the Cambridge American Cemetery Visitor Center, this film shares the story of those Americans who were based out of the United Kingdom and fought and died in the Battle of the Atlantic, the Strategic Air War and in preparations for the Normandy invasion.
ABMC Secretary Max Cleland remembers the sacrifice of our fallen this Memorial Day weekend.
1st Lt. Glenn U. Brooks, Jr., went missing in action on March 22, 1943, after a German bomb clipped the wing of his plane.
As a young lieutenant in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II, 1st Lt. Kenneth H. Underwood died May 18, 1944 in his P-38 Lightning, as he prepared for D-Day. Hear his son and grandson recount his story of service and sacrifice during World War II.
As a young merchant marine, Lt. Murray M. Blum died December 3, 1943 during World War II trying to save another man's life. Hear his selfless story of sacrifice.
This World War II cemetery in England contains the graves of more than 3,800 war dead, and nearly 5,130 names on the Walls of the Missing.
Established by Congress in 1923, ABMC manages 26 overseas military cemeteries, and 29 memorials, monuments, and markers.