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Experiencing War: Stories from the Veterans History Project

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The Library of Congress has gathered multiple stories from veterans of American Wars, including World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the First Iraq War, and the War on Terror. Photos, audio interviews, and manuscripts accompany most of the veterans' stories. This is an excellent site to commemorate in the classroom the courage of our fighting men and women.

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