The world's best code-breakers have been stumped by a 27-part cryptographic puzzle that was found on the remains of a World War II carrier pigeon. Can you crack it?
British intelligence agents are working on deciphering a coded message that was attached to the leg of a World War II carrier pigeon for 70 years.
The six-engined plane, known as Messerschmitt 323 "Giant," was the largest land-based transport aircraft used in World War II.
DNA analysis has shown that bones found 21 years ago are those of Carin Goering, first wife of Hitler's right-hand man.
Warm water and cold water marine species are finding neutral territory on shipwrecks from World War II.
A 550-pound WWII bomb was found in Germany and the government was forced to evacuate residents and blow it up.
How often do unexploded ordinances from World War II turn up in today's Europe?