The Veterans History Project (VHP) of the Library of Congress American Folklife Center collects and preserves the firsthand interviews and narratives of United States military veterans from World War I through the present. In addition to audio- and video-recorded oral history interviews, VHP accepts memoirs and collections of original photographs, letters, diaries, maps and other historical documents from veterans who served in the US armed services from World War I through the present. The Project makes accessible the materials that comprise this important national archive, which contains submissions from every state, and includes the US territories. VHP relies on volunteers, both individuals and organizations, throughout the nation to contribute veterans’ stories to VHP.
For further information about the project: https://www.loc.gov/vets/
You can search the current collection of the Veterans History Project at this link:
Hear one veteran's story:
Terrence J. Fearon Interview
Veterans History Project at the Library of Congress
Tomkins Cove, New York 10986, United States
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