Add your oral history from your Red Cross service during the Vietnam War to the Vietnam Oral History Project.
The Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech University is the country’s largest center and archive devoted to the collection, preservation, and dissemination of the history of the Vietnam War. With nearly 30 million documents, hundreds of thousands of photographs, slides, manuscript collections, audio and video recordings, memorabilia of the war, etc., the VNCA is the nation’s preeminent place for Vietnam War studies. Founded by Vietnam veterans in 1989, the VNCA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, as well as an academic unit of Texas Tech University. The Center is currently collecting Vietnam War-related materials, including oral history interviews with participants of the war. The Oral History Project is headed by Dr. Kelly E. Crager, a military historian who specializes in interviewing Vietnam veterans. You can reach Kelly at email@example.com or by phone at 806-834-4834.
The Vietnam Oral History Project With Dr. Kelly Crager
Dates offered: Thursday January 7 and January 14, 2021
Time: 5 pm EST, 4 pm CST, 3 pm MST, 2 pm PST
Here is the link to access: VBC—ARCOA—TTU Vietnam Center & Archive Event
Monday, January 7 & 14, 2021, 5:00pm (ET)https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6402618738
Meeting ID: 640 261 8738 (no password)
To learn more about the VNCA, visit the homepage: www.vietnam.ttu.edu. From this site you can access over 8 million documents in our collection, as well as the photographs, 1,400 oral history interviews, etc., in addition to learning more about conferences, educational initiatives, building campaign, and other activities.