The National Home Front Project is honored to collaborate with organizations across the country to record and preserve World War II civilian narratives. Through our community partnership program, our staff provides guidance and resources for those who wish to conduct World War II oral histories or be interviewed themselves. We also help archive existing oral history collections and make them further accessible to the public. We work with senior citizen groups, schools, public libraries, archives, museums, community organizations, and more! Please see our partner pages below for further information.

We’d love to hear from individuals and organizations that would like to join this effort. We’re also gathering names of potential interviewees nationwide, as well as information on existing World War II oral histories. Please contact program staff at to learn more about the many ways to collaborate with our project.