Our commitment is that future generations can learn about our military history through the personal recollections of the men and women who witnessed it first hand
The Band of Sisters Project– A 100-year history of the experiences of families living with wounded veterans
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Who are we?
We provide students, teachers and researchers with unique access to a high-definition video archive of interviews with Veterans of military conflict from 1939 to the present day.
We now have the largest freely available film archive of British military veterans online. Our ambition is to record many more interviews so that future generations can learn from the legacy of bravery and sacrifice of these
men and women.
Many of our veterans have provided personal photographs which you can find on their personal pages. Furthermore, almost all of our veteran interviews
have been transcribed.
Our search function helps you to find the people, places and events that interest you but if you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us.
We could not have created this archive without the players of the National Lottery and we wish them luck every week.