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Oral Histories of 96th Division Deadeyes

Definition Oral History:

1. a recording containing information about the past obtained from in-depth interviews concerning personal experiences, recollections, and reflections. Also the study of such information. 2. a written work based on oral history

It is important for 96th Division Deadeyes and their progeny to hear the stories of Deadeyes in their own voices.

Our goal is to protect and preserve All oral histories of the Deadeyes of the 96th Divison during WWII, and to have them in one place.

Audio and video files from a variety of military history projects. Sites with Deadeye oral histories:

The Library of Congress (LOC): Veterans History Project, (Searchable LINK)

Witness to War: Combat Stories from WWII (Searchable LINK)

Man-On-The Mall Interview posted on LOC

National Museum of the Pacific War (Searchable LINK)

The National WWII Museum: New Orleans (Searchable LINK)

YouTube Searches

New York State Military Museum: Veterans Research Center

Missouri Veterans History Project

Regis University: The Center for the Study of War Experience

Park Tudor Words of War: Oral History Collection

 

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If you know of another Deadeye who has made an Oral History please let us know. Thanks

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