376th HEAVY BOMBARDMENT ORAL HISTORY PROJECT
now web streamed on the internet!
Ball State University Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections is now home to an excellent online oral history resource. In 2007, more than forty veterans were interviewed at a reunion of the 376th Heavy Bombardment Group, Inc. Veterans Association. This bomb group flew 451 missions during World War II. These resulting videotaped interviews are web streamed on Ball State’s Digital Media Repository at:
These oral history interviews using the latest technology are excellent sources for scholarly research and student projects. Other historical materials and personal papers relating to the 376th HBG, World War II, and military history are also available at Ball State’s Archives and Special Collections at: http://www.bsu.edu/libraries/viewpage.aspx?src=./collections/archives/guides.html
For more information, please contact:
Assistant Dean for Digital Initiatives and Special Collections
Ball State University Libraries
Alexander M. Bracken Library
Muncie, IN 47306
David J. Ulbrich, Ph.D.
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