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100th Infantry Battalion Veterans Club and Education Center: Stories, photographs, and documents related to the men of the 100th Infantry Battalion, a unit consisting primarily of Nisei from Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiʻi Nisei Story: Oral histories of the military and civilian World War II experiences of Americans of Japanese Ancestry from Hawaiʻi.

Institute on World War II and the Human Experience, Florida State University: Archival repository dedicated to preserving the legacies of the men and women who served in U.S. forces in the World War II era, 1939-1949.

Memories of War: a collection of visitor-submitted war recollections.

National Archives World War II Exhibit – A People at War: highlights the contributions of the thousands of Americans who served during World War II. Documents from the National Archives and Records Administration’s (NARA) National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis form the core of the exhibit.

Rutgers Oral History Archives of World War II: a database of recorded interviews.

U.S. Army Center for Military History: Repository that collects, preserves, and interprets the documents and artifacts that express its history.

U.S. Army Museum of Hawaiʻi: Located at Honolulu’s Ft. DeRussy, the Museum celebrates the force and its role in the defense of the Islands.

U.S.S. Arizona Memorial Museum: The Arizona Memorial Museum is part of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument run by the National Park Service.

U.S.S. Bowfin Submarine Museum: Site dedicated to the history of the Navy’s submarines, focusing on the Bowfin and its exploits in World War II’s Pacific Theater.

U.S.S. Missouri Memorial: Celebrates the accomplishments of the U.S.’s last battleship during World War II and beyond.

Veterans History Project: Program of the Library of Congress’s American Folklife Center that solicits and preserves individual veterans’ oral histories.

World War II Veterans Committee: A division of the American Veterans Center, the WWII Veterans Committee supports media projects focusing on veterans’ stories.

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