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Volunteers conduct a poison-gas drill in Honolulu in this undated photo on display at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu. Everyone over age 7 in Hawaii was issued a gas mask after the Dec. 7, 1941, surprise attack.<br>Wyatt Olson/Stars and Stripes

Exhibit details martial law in Hawaii following Pearl Harbor attack

For the past 75 years, America has annually commemorated Japan’s surprise attack on Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The retelling usually ends there. But for the people in the Territory of Hawaii, it was the beginning of a period of martial law that curtailed the lifestyle and liberties of Hawaiians in a way not experienced by Americans living on the mainland.


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Athens in winter: See timeless sites without the heat and crowds

As a seaside metropolis with a lively outdoor vibe and dozens of picturesque islands beckoning nearby, Athens is more often considered a summer tourist destination than a winter escape. But if you’ve got more than beaches on your mind, there’s plenty of upside to a brief, cool visit that avoids the crowds and heat of summer.



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Final home shows unassuming nature of first German president

The modest Theodor Heuss House on Stuttgart's north side is now a museum marking the life of the former president, who, alongside Prime Minister Konrad Adenauer, led the country from postwar hardship to economic boom.


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Kaiserslautern's Eiscafe Dolomiten proves it's always time for ice cream

Over the course of our many visits to Eiscafe Dolomiten, my family and I have popped in for single scoops, nursed sundaes at an outdoor table and even shared an ice cream cake with a couple dozen guests.


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Exhibit details martial law in Hawaii following Pearl Harbor attack

For the past 75 years, America has annually commemorated Japan’s surprise attack on Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The retelling usually ends there. But for the people in the Territory of Hawaii, it was the beginning of a period of martial law that curtailed the lifestyle and liberties of Hawaiians in a way not experienced by Americans living on the mainland.



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Pottery and Cafe Gunjo offers pizza and Okinawan pottery

A pizzeria that opened recently in Yomitan village is attracting tourists, pottery lovers and gourmets to the center of traditional Okinawan pottery.


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