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Violet Hittle, 97, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Doreen Myers,50.
In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in San Marcos, Texas, Marco Keller (16) interviews his father Thomas Keller (51) about his experience with the Cold War. Thomas shares his views on the development of affairs during the Cold War,...
Food is the fundamental building block of life - it relates to family, home, culture, traditions, nutrition, health and ethics. Ms. Lori talks about her relation with food in general, its importance, and the changes she has over time in...
Swiss merchant marine finding love in Cleveland, OH, getting married and settling in a new country. Becoming a US citizen. Raising a family with English as a second language
Fishtown Beer Runner and native Philadelphian, Keith Tomaselli inspires us with stories of the inception of the beer runner community that has started in Philadelphia and has grown into a small but important charitable organization across the world. Keith tells...
This is a conversation with my mom about growing up in Racine Wisconsin in the 1930’s & 1940’s
My grandmother and I talked about her life, her childhood, the impact of her parents, and what she has learned in her 82 years on Earth.
I interview my mother about her experience raising her younger siblings after her parents were imprisoned by the East German government. This is a story of strength, perseverance, and overcoming extreme adversity while remaining true to her family and herself.
In this interview, on November 25 at my house in Birmingham, Alabama, I interviewed my mom about her family history and how certain historical events affected her. She shares how 9/11 affected her and what her favorite historical figures are....
This effected her as a person knowing what it’s like to live in another place and how it can be harder.
Lori Bruggman Rausch, 67, tells husband, Jim Rausch, 68, about her life growing up in North Dakota and Minnesota. They discuss their decades-long marriage and the many moves the family made due to Jim’s career as a Kimberly-Clark executive. They...
I talked to my great uncle Daniel Pankratz about his life, loved ones, and memories in the city of Chicago.
Little girl in a big family grows up in Minnesota. Goes into nursing gets Married, moves to Richmond Virginia and gets a big family of her own.
Within this interview, conducted January 2018 in Boulder Creek, California, Samuel English (17) discusses life and the effects of immigrating to the United States as an independent German citizen with his mother, Andrea Rosa English (49). Mrs. English recollects some...
I learned a lot about my Oma, I learned that she loves the out doors and nature, that might be where I got it from. She was born and raised in Ohio and went to 4 different schools from k-...
Mike, 32, interviews his father, Douglas, 58. Inspired by a sudden increase in their family through Mike’s engagement with a woman with a son, Douglas talks about his grandparents and about being a parent.
Jeffrey, 29, interviews his girlfriend, Cecile, 29, about her family’s German heritage and traditions; their relationship and their travels together; their common love of country music and dancing.
During WW2 Arnold Duevel wrote almost 800 letters to Margaret, his sweetheart and later wife of 72 years. Arnold talks with his son, Len, of his experiences in the European Theater.
My family is German, Greek and Italian from my Mom's side of the family. Much endured through WWII
My name is Ozan Kara and I am a 17 years old cultural exchange student from Turkey. As an high school student in Bloomington, Indiana, I have had the chance to know a wonderful person, Vanessa Domizlaff, my German teacher...
Jeffrey interviews his father, Donald, about how his family came to South Dakota, his childhood on a farm, and being a pharmacist.
Claire Wahrhaftig (84) interviews Maria Visinti (95) about her experience during the Holocaust, the concentration camps and their liberation.