World War II history is becoming alive with the discovery of the many bunkers and tunnels built during the Nazi occupation. The structures are now being restored for future visits.
The dog tags were found in a field near an anti-aircraft battery site by relic hunter Dan Mackay. The name labels are believed to be from soldiers during World War II.
The National Park Service (NPS) and the Department of Energy have collaborated in opening three historical spots where atomic bombs in the U.S. were first made.
Fourteen-year-old Daniel Kristiansen from Denmark was just doing a research on World War II when he stumbled on a WWII airplane and its pilot on his family's farm. He and his father identified it to be a German Messerschmitt fighter plane, an aircraft which was considered as the most advanced fighter plane during that era.