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Never to be Forgotten

Do you have a tape recorder, digital voice recorder or camcorder?

Do you know someone who lived through the Second World War?

Please help The Wartime Memories Project to ensure that the many and varied contributions are never forgotten.

If you could spend some time talking to your friend or relative about the war, record the conversation and send a copy to be preserved in our archive, you will be helping to make sure that future generations have the opportunity to hear the experiences first hand.

If you know anyone old enough to remember the Great War we would love to hear their recollections.

Please Click here and print the form to send with your recording

Click here for some sample questions you may find useful.

Please select and area from the list below.

  • A collection of childhood wartime experiences.

  • Can You Answer? If you can provide an answer to any of these queries it would be much appreciated.
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  • The Second World War Day by Day This is a new section and is currently under construction. If you have any dated photos, letters or wartime diaries please contribute to help build this section.

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  • If you are looking for information on members of your family, this page may be of assistance:
    Sources of Information for Tracing Individuals in World War Two.

    We are actively seeking more volunteers to help with this website. If you have a computer and would like to volunteer, please get in touch. There is no need for any specialist web skills, or knowledge of the social history of the two world wars. It will be a great learning experience and it would look great on your CV.

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