Hudson Falls High School
Living History Project
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World War II Class Links Below
The World War Two Living History Project (WW2LHP) is an ongoing high school educational project designed to collect and disseminate the personal histories of the World War II generation. We are located in upstate New York.
The project was born in the late 1980s when a Hudson Falls High School history teacher began to send questionnaires home with students who had grandparents who served in WWII. As the years passed, fewer and fewer questionnaires would be returned as the WW II generation began to pass away, and with them, their stories. Around the same time, the World Wide Web was quickly developing and technology resources were becoming available for use in educational settings. Thus, the WW2LHP was born. We encourage you to read the rationale , "REMEMBER", here.
Poster from World War II Posters Collection, Northwestern University Library.
Mission of the Hudson Falls High School
World War II Living History Project
Connect: todayís high school students with the World War II generation
Collect: conduct and transcribe interviews with World War II veterans
Preserve: record the stories in print, electronic and digital format
Educate: make the story of World War II come alive for future generations
Information: Contact Mr. Matthew Rozell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Partners with the New York State Veterans' Oral History Program
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Copyright © 2001,2009 by
Matthew A Rozell and Hudson Falls CSD. All rights reserved.
Copyright © 2001,2009 by Matthew A Rozell and Hudson Falls CSD. All rights reserved.