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Chinese demonstrators march in streets during an anti-Japanese rally in Shanghai. (Liu Jin - AFP)
In China, Roots of Anger Run Deep 
The lasting sting of wartime atrocities is fueling protests over Tokyo's policies.

Washington Monument To Reopen Next Month
The Washington Monument is set to reopen to visitors next month when tourists will be coming to town for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, officials announced Friday.

In the News
Enemies on Two Fronts (Post, Feb. 16, 2005)

Chill Could Be Worse, And Has Been (Post, Jan. 20, 2005)

Joint Panel Maps Out Inauguration: Parade, Swearing-In Planned at Rehearsal (Post, Dec. 17, 2004)

Why We Bleep (Post, Nov. 18, 2004)

Veterans Recall Lost Comrades: Those Who Made it Home Ponder Their Survival, Express Gratitude (Post, Nov. 12, 2004)

On Shaky Ground (Post, Nov. 10, 2004)

Putting Words in FDR's Mouth (Post, Sept. 14, 2004)

Divided They Stand: In a Quarreling Country in an Election Year, The Arts Cleave Us in the Lurch (Post, Sept. 12, 2004)

Rail Ridership Hits New Highs: Reagan Funeral, Return Of Tourism Lift Metro (Post, Sept. 10, 2004)

For Band, History Resonates: Performing for a Long Line of Presidents (Post, Aug. 19, 2004)

For Marine Band, History Resonates (Post, July 29, 2004)

U.S. Marine Band Keeps in Step With Nation's History (Post, July 29, 2004)

For Marine Band, History Resonates (Post, July 29, 2004)

Serving the Home Front: Alexandria Festival Honors USO (Post, July 15, 2004)

Months of Planning For 20 Minutes of July 4 Pyrotechnics (Post, June 30, 2004)

WWII Memorial to Close For Independence Day: Officials Fear Damage by Fireworks Ash (Post, June 21, 2004)

A Horse and Rider With a Message of Peace: With Her Life on Hold, S.C. Woman Heading for New York Stops for Prayer (Post, June 20, 2004)

Victims of Long-Hidden Crash Honored: Families Finally Learning of WWII Accident in Australia That Killed 40 Servicemen (Post, June 15, 2004)

Mount Vernon's Update With History: Project Aims to Raise Washington's Profile (Post, June 15, 2004)

Kerry, Speaking Softly About the Big Stick (Post, June 8, 2004)

Monumental Struggle: Dispatches from the public memory wars. (Post, June 6, 2004)

A Mission to France For D-Day Fraternite (Post, June 6, 2004)

Iraq History Lesson (Post, June 4, 2004)

A Magnet for Memorabilia: Outpouring of Personal Tributes Pleases Crowd, Surprises Park Service (Post, June 4, 2004)

Just Great (Post, June 1, 2004)

A Time for Final Reflections: Parade Wraps Up Four-Day Salute to Veterans' Service and Sacrifice (Post, June 1, 2004)

A Day to Remember: Noting the Service and Sacrifice of Those Who Died in War (Post, May 31, 2004)

Closing Remarks: On Memorial Day, an Elegy to the Eulogy (Post, May 31, 2004)

Fighting With Fear: A Daughter Learns A New War Story (Post, May 31, 2004)

'They're Playing for a Bigger Cause': For Mids, Real Work Begins After Championship Game (Post, May 31, 2004)

Focus Swings to Vietnam, With a Roar (Post, May 31, 2004)

Design's Critics Not Listening To Their Hearts, Visitors Say (Post, May 31, 2004)

A Day to Honor the Living and Mourn the Lost (Post, May 30, 2004)

A Day of Tributes and Tears (Post, May 30, 2004)

The Paper Trail: Is a brittle certificate rolled inside a cardboard tube all that remains of a young man's sacrifice? The reporter who stumbles on it has to find out (Post, May 30, 2004)

Bush Hails a Generation's Sacrifice to Win World War: Speech at Memorial A Respite From Iraq, Campaign Politics (Post, May 30, 2004)

Final Muster: On the Mall, the Greatest Generation Has Its Last Big Family Reunion (Post, May 30, 2004)

Deferred but Lasting Gratitude: Dedication of Long-Awaited Memorial Fills Reunited WWII Veterans With Pride (Post, May 30, 2004)

Long After WWII, The GI Bill Lives On (Post, May 30, 2004)

Memorials set history in stone, and make us ask what we want to remember. Is that why we don't always embrace them? (Post, May 30, 2004)

Jonathan Yardley: A chronicle of an Allied fight out of a tactical trap. (Post, May 30, 2004)

Bound by Blood and Memories: Five Brothers Share Pride at Mall Ceremony (Post, May 30, 2004)

WWII Veterans Honored for Sacrifice, Service (Post, May 29, 2004; 6:04 PM)

Memories (Post, May 29, 2004)

A Very Big Band of Brothers: High Security, Huge Crowds Expected for Memorial's Dedication (Post, May 29, 2004)

An Iraq Pledge to Watch Closely (Post, May 29, 2004)

Memory Illuminated: At Reunion, WWII Vets Recall the People And Events of a Distant but Indelible Time (Post, May 28, 2004)

A 17-Year Campaign For a Lasting Tribute (Post, May 28, 2004)

Travel Expected to Rise As People's Fears Ease: Holiday Weekend Opens Revived Summer Season (Post, May 28, 2004)

Celebrations, Salutes, Festivals and More (Post, May 28, 2004)

A Vision Drawn From Democracy (Post, May 28, 2004)

First in War, First in Peace (Post, May 28, 2004)

Parenthesis to History (Post, May 28, 2004)

Holocaust Survivors, Veterans Celebrate an Unbreakable Link (Post, May 28, 2004)

A Paean, in Stone and Bronze, to Those Who Vanquished Evil (Post, May 28, 2004)

Getting Ready For 'Long Day' (Post, May 28, 2004)

Coming Home (Post, May 28, 2004)

A Battle on the WWII Knowledge Front: Time, Focus Limit Area Students' Learning (Post, May 28, 2004)

The Middle Class Rose, as Did Expectations (Post, May 27, 2004)

Fallen but Never Forgotten: Remains Buried 60 Years After Flier's Disappearance (Post, May 27, 2004)

A Beachhead in the Dictionary: Language Still Carries the Lively Speech of GIs (Post, May 27, 2004)

For the Great War, a Peaceful Memorial (Post, May 27, 2004)

D.C. Parade To Honor WWII Veterans (Post, May 27, 2004)

A Fitting, if Flawed, Tribute (Post, May 27, 2004)

High Security Planned for Mall: WWII Memorial Events Under No Specific Threat, Officials Say (Post, May 27, 2004)

Black Soldiers Battled Fascism and Racism: Veterans Remember Bitterness of Bias-Tainted Homecomings (Post, May 26, 2004)

Employee Explosion Transformed Washington (Post, May 25, 2004)

War Party Planner: To Oversee a Tribute to the 'Greatest Generation,' Organizers Tap an Eclectic Scholar (Post, May 24, 2004)

Brutal Battle In the Forest: Memories of Endless Combat Haunt Hurtgen Veterans Anew (Post, May 24, 2004)

Many Words, Little Eloquence (Post, May 23, 2004)

Organizers Issue Warning to Avoid Driving Downtown (Post, May 23, 2004)

Ceremony Planners Adjust for Veterans (Post, May 23, 2004)

Home Front's Call to Duty (Post, May 23, 2004)

Solving Problems, in Bronze: Brentwood Artist's Sculptures Adorn WWII Memorial (Post, May 16, 2004)

A Long Campaign For WWII Memories (Post, May 14, 2004)

The Good Fight: Carter County Answers the Call to Send Its WWII Veterans to the Memorial (Post, May 8, 2004)

Sitting Chiefs Memorialized, Too: Presidents Who Dedicate Monuments Often Get Names Engraved (Post, May 7, 2004)

Volunteers Sought for WWII Event (Post, May 6, 2004)

Medical Readiness Is Memorial Priority: Dedication to Include Care for Elderly Veterans (Post, May 5, 2004)

A Memorial That Doesn't Measure Up (Post, May 4, 2004)

WWII and the Limits Of Brotherhood (Post, May 2, 2004)

For Veterans, an Emotional Landmark: WWII Memorial Taps Deep Feelings (Post, April 30, 2004)

An Opening Into WWII (Post, April 30, 2004)

Veterans Groups Plan Parade Two Days After Memorial Dedication (Post, April 30, 2004)

WWII Memorial Opens: 800,000 Expected at Dedication May 29 (Post, April 29, 2004)

Next Week Too Soon For Memorial Opening: Officials Want Veterans to Have Early Access (Post, April 9, 2004)

For Memorial Crew, It's More Than Just a Job (Post, April 8, 2004)

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