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Experiencing War: Stories from the Veterans History Project

The Veterans History Project is an extensive compilation of audio and video recordings from a wide range of wartime participants
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In honor of Veteran’s Day, this amazing collection of stories from the men and women who gave wartime service to our country will bring tears to your eyes and smiles to your face. The Veterans History Project is an extensive compilation of audio and video recordings from a wide range of wartime participants including, civilians and military across many ranks, branches of service, and theaters of war. These inspiring and sometimes heartbreaking accounts are told in their own words through diaries, letters and oral history interviews conducted by family members, friends, students, and others who were interested in preserving the history of these respected individuals. Meet the people who have made sacrifices for our country, small and large, from home and abroad.

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