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America at War Collection Oral History Interviews
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(Oklahoma: Oklahoma State University),
Source: www.library.okstate.edu
following collections contain significant primary source material for scholars and students involved in research on World War II, ranging from personal reminiscences of active duty and life at home to official documents relating to the war. Material concerning World War II is not limited to these collections. Plea...
(Oklahoma: Oklahoma State University),
Source: www.library.okstate.edu
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Army Museum of Western Australia Oral History Collection
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(Western Australia: Army Museum of Western Australia),
Source: armymuseumwa.com.au
Recollections of army veterans of WA life and times
(Western Australia: Army Museum of Western Australia),
Source: armymuseumwa.com.au
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Italian Historical Oral History Collection
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(Victoria (Australia): Italian Historical Society)
To preserve oral histories of Italian migrants who settled in Victoria between 1880-1945 and those who came to post-war Australia.
(Victoria (Australia): Italian Historical Society)
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Life in Kent before 1914 Oral History Project
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(University of Kent at Canterbury)
The purpose of this research was to study the everyday lives, occupations and attitudes of people who grew up in Kent before the First World War. Five hundred interviews were conducted with men and women from all walks of life and from different parts of the county. One aim of the project was to assess the merits,...
(University of Kent at Canterbury)
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Life Stories of People Born in Oxford County Collection
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(Ontario: Woodstock Museum)
Interviews recorded in 1977, 1978 and 1990 with people born in Oxford County. Tom Williams talks about his experiences in the Canadian Air Force, during World Wars I and II
(Ontario: Woodstock Museum)
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Oral History Project: 1941 - 1975
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(Michigan: Authentic History Center: Primary Sources from American Popular Culture),
Source: www.historyonthenet.com
The Purpose of The Authentic History Center Oral History Project is to contribute to the collective consciousness of America--to preserve stories that tell what it means to be American. Students at Byron Center High School run the entire project, including the final presentation.
(Michigan: Authentic History Center: Primary Sources from American Popular Culture),
Source: www.historyonthenet.com
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Recollections of War
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(England: Imperial War Museum. Sound Archive),
Source: www.iwm.org.uk
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Women and War Industry in Amherst Collection
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(Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Museum of Industry),
Source: archives.novascotia.ca
Interviews conducted in 1990 and 1991 to aid the Museum of Industry Exhibit Planning Committee. Historical overview of women at work in industrial plants (foundries, clothing manufacturing) in Amherst, during the first and second World Wars. Interviewees are Margaret Biden, Bertha Coates, Dorothy Cuvilier, Eileen...
(Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Museum of Industry),
Source: archives.novascotia.ca
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American Historians Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
A series of interviews conducted with leading historians, conducted by Professor John Garraty, dealing with such topics as westward expansion and economic change to 1860
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Bethel College Oral History Institute Collection
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(Kansas: Bethel College. Mennonite Library and Archives),
Source: mla.bethelks.edu
The history department, working through its Oral History Institute, a joint faculty-student group, has an ongoing oral history program. This began in 1967. Each year students and faculty do taped interviews, prepare summaries and indexes, and add them to the collection. Some, but not all, are fully transcribed.
(Kansas: Bethel College. Mennonite Library and Archives),
Source: mla.bethelks.edu
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