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World War II education via our award-winning films and videos

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WWII  films, videos and resources for educators

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Visit our WWII Global Education Center in person or virtually

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War in Europe Films

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War in the Pacific Films

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Holocaust Films

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WWII Stories Video

AWARD-WINNING WORLD WAR II DOCUMENTARY FILMS FOR STUDENTS, EDUCATORS, CLASSROOMS AND THE PUBLIC

American Public Television’s National Award for Programming Excellence 

Virtual Learning

Step back into history and hear some of the incredible individual stories of those caught up in World War II

African-Americans at War

Tuskegee Airmen were African-Americans trained by the United States Army Air Corps to fly and maintain combat aircraft in Europe. Hear the stories

Women in War

They served in the Women’s Army Corps, were schoolgirls in Nazi Germany, witnessed the attack on Pearl Harbor and became “Rosie” the Riveters. Hear the stories

Visit our WWII Global Education Center

In-person or virtually via the Internet.

The non-profit World War II Foundation’s Global Education Center features over 5,000 WWII artifacts, a theater and library. It is open to students, educators and the public

From the Front to the Films Podcasts and More

A live weekly Zoom video podcast featuring authors, actors, historians, veterans and others connected to World War II

Normandie-WWII International Film & Media Festival

Held annually in Normandy, France recognizing the best in WWII documentary films. Q & A with authors, actors, filmmakers, historians and veterans

Overseas Monuments

In 2012, the World War II Foundation raised the money for and dedicated the Richard D. Winters Leadership Monument in Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, Normandy, France. The 13′ statue, in the likeness of Major Dick Winters, recognizes all those junior officers who led the way on D-Day, as well as all American Divisions and Corps who fought on June 6, 1944

Mission

The mission of the non-profit World War II Foundation is to tell the personal stories of those who were swept up in the most devastating conflict known to man and make these films accessible for free to students, educators, classrooms and the global public. Our documentaries  rank in the top-5 of most requested programs nationally by PBS and Public Television stations