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Veterans History Project Pavilion at the National World War II Reunion "Tribute to a Generation" (Library of Congress)
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The Veterans History Project was honored to be a part of the National World War II Reunion. Throughout the four-day reunion, the Veterans History Project volunteers collected hundreds of stories on the National Mall (using tape-recorders) and in the pavilion (using laptop computers).

In addition, each day, special programs presented compelling accounts from a variety of topics, including POWs, Tuskegee Airmen, Code Talkers, Women in Wartime, and D-Day veterans. These panels have been preserved and are now available as Webcasts (select from the menu on the right). Also, we are adding photos each day, giving a glimpse of the activities of the weekend. Please come back often to view more images.

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The United States Congress created the Veterans History Project (VHP) to preserve the memories of veterans and those who served in support of them. VHP's collections are a growing part of the Library of Congress' American Folklife Center, where people today and future generations can learn history from those who lived it.

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