The story of Midlands factories that adapted to the mass production of war machinery is told in a show at the Coventry Transport Museum.
A Second World War crewman from Warwickshire has been refused a special award that has been given to those who served in Bomber Command.
A Dornier 17 bomber, rescued from the English Channel, is travelling more than 200 miles from Ramsgate to RAF Cosford in Shropshire.
A war veteren from Birmingham, and the last remaining survivor of a Nazi atrocity from the Second World War, has died.
Bert Evans, from Stirchley, was one of the soldiers forced into a barn in France during the Second World War, and massacred. They were attacked with grenades, and then machine-gunned by the German Waffen SS.
He was in the 2nd Battalion of the Warwickshire Regiment when the Wormhoudt massacre took place.
A total of 80 men died in the massacre. Mr Evans lost an arm in the grenade attack, and only survived because he was dragged from the barn by Captain James Lynn-Allen, who died during the escape.
Bert was then captured, spending four years in a prisoner of war camp, before he was repatriated.
He recently lived in sheltered accommodation in Redditch, and annually visited the barn in France, which is now a memorial site.
Mr Evans' funeral took place yesterday.
A war veteran who was told he did not qualify for a bravery award is celebrating after a change of heart by the Ministry of Defence.
90-year-old Andy Croxall, from Warwickshire, flew more than 20 operations over Germany.
Now the MOD's urging other Bomber Command veterans to appeal, if they believe they have been unfairly rejected.
A 90-year-old man from Warwickshire has finally been recognised for his work with Bomber Command during the Second World War.
Andy Croxhall from Atherstone now has his medal, nearly 70 years after the war ended, for the 24 missions he flew across Germany.
A 90-year-old veteran from Warwickshire has been denied a special award for flying with Bomber Command during the Second World War, despite the fact his colleague from the same squadron received the medal.
The Ministry of Defence says Andy Croxall, who lives in Atherstone, didn't work enough hours.
Work has begun to conserve a Second World War German aircraft which has been lifted from the seabed off the coast of Kent.
The wreckage of the world's last surviving Dornier Do-17 medium bomber was salvaged from the English Channel after 73 years.
It is now at the RAF Museum Cosford. The remaining parts have been moved into two hydration tunnels where they will be sprayed with a mixture of water and citric acid to remove a build up of material from the sea. The process could take more than a year.
Keith Wilkinson reports.
The last remaining Dornier 17 is under-going restoration at RAF Cosford after arriving yesterday.
The remains of the plane, that has been under water in the English Channel since the Second World War, will now be coated in water and citric acid to remove the barnacles from the metal. This process will take about twelve months.