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Why We Fight and Why We Remember

On this day, take a moment to reflect upon 9/11.  Fifteen years have already passed since that fateful morning.  As time passes it is often easy to forget our original call to action.  Why We Fight, either as a question or as a rallying call, is repeated throughout history.  When conflicts drag on and the loss of life seemingly has no …

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World War II Oral History Interviews

WWII Veteran Albert Siewers This past July, I was able to meet and interview World War II Veteran, Albert Siewers, in Jupiter, Florida.  PFC Siewers was a medic who served in the Second Armored Division, 130 General Hospital.  PFC. Siewers participated in the campaigns of the Ardennes, Northern France, and the Rhineland. PFC. Siewers was originally scheduled to work in …

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WWII Oral History Interview

WWII Veteran Robert Erskine Last month I had the honor and privilege to interview World War II Veteran, Robert Erskine, in Jupiter, Florida.  Mr. Erskine was a medic who rose to the rank of Sergeant while serving in the 78th Infantry Division, 303 Medical Battalion.  Sgt. Erskine is a Battle of the Bulge Veteran, having participated in three major battle campaigns …

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Affiliation With University of Florida SPOHP

UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Affiliation I am proud to announce that I recently became affiliated with the University of Florida Samuel Proctor Oral History Program (SPOHP), and this is my new profile (scroll down to the bottom).  This is a great honor and an excellent opportunity to expand oral history initiatives to South Florida. SPOHP is an award-winning and …

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World War II Veteran Stan Saltz Interviewed

On June 18th, I was honored to meet and interview World War II Veteran Stanley Saltz in Delray Beach, Florida.  PFC Saltz served with the 75th Infantry Division as a combat engineer.  Stanley Saltz was primarily responsible for finding and disabling mines and boobytraps. Stanley participated in the Battle of the Bulge, the Rhine River crossing, and the liberation of …

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MHP Events Updated

Making History Project Updates its Event Schedule The Making History Project updated its event schedule for the year and it is looking to be a busy one.  Three new WWII Veteran interviews have been recently added in addition to a WWII Veteran Reunion in Seattle and another WWII Veteran Reunion in Charleston.  This does not include the Oral History Association …

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Memorial Day – Honoring the Sacrifice

Memorial Day: The Greatest Sacrifice Memorial Day is intended to honor those Veterans who sacrificed their lives for our country, our values and our way of life. There can be no greater selfless sacrifice than dying for your country and what you believe in.  Since life is the greatest gift ever given, we should not as the benefactors of that sacrifice …

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Veterans History Project

This IS What We Do – Veterans History Project The Making History Project, a non-profit organization, supports the Veterans History Project by sharing our Veteran oral history interviews with the US Library of Congress.  Preserving the memories of our Veterans, old and new alike, is an important mission for the Making History Project.  We are focused on gathering as many …

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