We are rapidly losing powerful and honest eye-witness accounts of real history. Millions of stories are going untold!
More than 700 World War II veterans die each day. Of the 16 million who served in that war, only about 2 million are still with us. But that’s not all. We are also losing more and more veterans of the Korean conflict and the Vietnam War as well. Plus those brilliant men and women who put the first man on the moon, the brave foot-soldiers of the civil rights movement, those who experienced firsthand the Great Depression, the initial Peace Corps volunteers, and so many more. These are all people who have lived and witnessed history.
However, with today’s technology it is easier than ever to capture this living history for families, researchers, historians, authors and others. The UNTOLD MILLIONS Oral History Project is designed to make more people aware of the methods that can be used to collect, prepare and publish these true recollections so that these untold millions of stories will be preserved for posterity.
Please take a moment to browse this web site and see if it sparks an interest in you to help in this important effort, or so you can pass along the information to others who might be willing and able to help.
For more details beyond what is available on this web site, download Don Keith's book for Kindle and other e-readers titled "UNTOLD MILLIONS: HOW YOU CAN CAPTURE AND SAVE EYEWITNESS HISTORY.