A Hanashi Oral History Project Crew
The cornerstone of the Go For Broke National Education Center is its Hanashi Oral History Program interview archive. With hundreds of interviews in its collection, the Hanashi oral history videos are some of the last primary sources of World War II Japanese American veteran information.
Through the Hanashi Oral History Video Archive, the Go For Broke National Education Center can create curriculum materials and educational tools for teachers and students; produce educational documentaries such as “A Tradition of Honor;” and provide researchers and the public with first-hand accounts of WWII Japanese American veteran information.
To access the Oral History Video Archive, with veteran interview clips and summary transcripts, click here.
To view the Virtual Veteran Experience, chronicling the lives of five veterans through an interactive program utilizing video, still photos and text, click here.
To search the entire Oral History Video Archive, please register for access. (Note: users of the Web site or Resource Center under 18 must have parent or guardian fill out registration form.)
For information about the Hanashi Oral History Program, click here.