Documenting History: Oral History Project

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An interview with Margee Enisgn, about her experiences as the president of the American University in Nigeria during the period when Boko Haram was active and engaged in the Chibok kidnapping.

An oral history account of the Vietnam War from the perspective of Stanley Erck.

An interview with Kelvin Char about his experience as an Asian American Vietnam Veteran.

An interview with Dr. Allen Avinoam Kowarski about his experience as an Israeli doctor during the Six Day War.

An interview with Sonia Lieberman, a survivor of the Nazi occupation of Poland and the Polish Ghetto.

An oral history account of the "ping pong diplomacy" movement between the US and China in the early 1970s from the perspective of Tongsheng Huang.

An interview with Barbara Ives about who was part of the first class of women in the US Naval Academy in 1976.

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The purpose of this Oral History Project is to collect and preserve a primary source of the Vietnam War. As this war has left an impact in both military and American history, it is necessary that this topic continues to be examined in the subsequent…

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The purpose of this oral history interview with the honorary Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby is to preserve and keep her story and have this primary source accessible to anyone who would like to learn more about women in the legal profession. Reading…

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The purpose of this project is to obtain an oral history of Project HOPE, from its start as volunteers travelling by boat to train foreign medical professionals to its land-based humanitarian role from 1974 onwards. Thomas S. Walsh, a provider of…
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