• A large sign reading "I am an American" placed in the window of a store in Oakland, CA on December 8, the day after Pearl Harbor. The store was closed following orders to persons of Japanese descent to evacuate from certain West Coast areas. The owner, a University of California graduate, will be housed with hundreds of evacuees in War Relocation Authority centers for the duration of the war.

    World War II Blog

    The Suspect Americans

    An off-color and offhanded remark about Japanese immigrants from a World War I veteran foreshadowed the internment of thousands of U.S. citizens.

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  • Fall Harvest
John Atherton
October 27, 1945

    Cover Artists

    John Atherton

    This week we are featuring artist John Atherton, whose artwork graced the cover of the Post from 1942 through 1961.

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  • Plan B

    The Dating Project

    The Commando

    After a disappointing series of dates, Sarah’s friend the Commando proposes a tempting plan B.

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  • Original colour photo of a Nieuport 17 C.1 fighter of World War I

    World War I Blog

    The Great War: September 26, 1914

    An introduction to aerial combat and the new fighting “aeroplanes” of the war, plus a look inside wartime in Paris.

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  • Black dog waiting for its master
Image Courtesy Artaporn Puthikampol @ Shutterstock

    Contemporary Fiction

    One Woman, One Dog, One Morning…

    Locked out of her house in nothing but her pajamas, a woman scrambles to find a way back in knowing that her husband’s sweet and slobbery retriever is on the loose inside.

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