Links to Related Sites
- World War II Oral History
- A site dedicated to personal accounts from WWII veterans and others who lived through the war.
- Oral History Archives of WWII
- From Rutgers' New Brunswick History Department, this extensive archive contains interview transcripts of New Jersey-area WWII veterans.
- What Did You Do in the War, Grandma?
- An oral history about Rhode Island Women and what they did during World War II. Written by students in the Honors English Program at Rhode Island's South Kingstown High School.
- Holocaust Survivor Oral History Project
- A collection of interview transcripts (in PDF format) of Holocaust survivors. From Dr. Sid Bolkosky, Professor of History at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
- Military Memoirs -- War Stories
- A collection of stories from veterans. Hosted by the Center for Life Stories Preservation, this site is dedicated to collecting and helping others to collect oral histories.
- The Avalon Project: World War II Documents
- An archive of diplomatic and international relations documents. Hosted by Yale Law School.
- United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees
- Contains information, images, and teaching resources on refugees.
- Powers of Persuasion -- Poster Art of World War II
- Lesson plan for teaching about propaganda. Includes images of WWII propaganda posters. From the National Archives and Records Administration.
Also see links for Master Race and Lost Peace.
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