About us

Legasee provides military enthusiasts, students and teachers with unique access to a hi-definition video archive of interviews with Veterans of military conflict from 1939 to the present day.

Our ambition is to capture as many of these personal recollections, so that their legacy of bravery, sacrifice and suffering can live on. Meet them in our archive.

Current campaigns

Click on the image above to view our GCSE lesson plans. These interactive teaching resources feature discussion points, pupil activities and British veterans reflecting on their time serving Korea.  

 

We need your support

Legasee is an independent charity funded entirely through donations and the creation of innovative, educational projects.

To keep our production costs to a minimum we rely heavily on the hard work and good will of our team of volunteers who help across a wide range of production, administrative and fundraising duties. Would you like to help us?

Become a Member

Utilise our all-new search facility; quickly find the people, places, conflicts and campaigns that interest you.

With over 300 Veteran interviews available to view, now is the perfect time to become a member of our charity and gain access to all our Archive Services.

Our tweets

    • Jean Argles

      Jean Argles
      Cipher Operator

    “Although you might not know them individually, you would know who they were and what they were doing and what danger they’d been in and the things they would be signalling to you about.”

    • Admiral William O'Brien

      Admiral William O'Brien
      Admiral

    “I can remember vividly the scene at that time and the picture of my Captain on the bridge worrying and us all worrying with him. Little flows of arctic ice coming by us… Then we were quitting. It's the most horrible recollection.”

    • Bill Ward

      Bill Ward
      Bren Gunner

    “It’s frightening to be on guard duty because you don’t know what’s going to happen. You don’t know if a German is going to pop up or two or three Germans are going to pop up. You’re there, what do you do? Very frightening.”