Our oral history program captures the stories of the battlefield and the homefront. Since we began the program in 1988 our dedicated volunteer oral historians have interviewed over 4,100 veterans. A selection of the recordings and transcripts are available to the public at our new Digital Archive. We will continue to post interviews as they are transcribed and cataloged.



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Please share your story with us! If you are a World War II veteran or were on the homefront during the War, we are interested in recording your story for our oral history archives. Please contact

Archivist & Librarian, Chris McDougal, CA 

(830)-997-8600 ext. 264

(830)-997-8220 (Fax)

If you are interested in getting involved as a transcriber for our recorded interviews, or if you have already recorded your story and would like to donate it to the museum, please contact the Chief Archivist at 830-997-8600 Ext. 262.

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