The WWII Veterans History Project is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization founded by 17-year-old Benjamin Mack Jackson. We strive for historic preservation of the memories of the men and women who saved our country and the world. We provide knowledge of the greatest conflict known to man and share the incredible stories of the soldiers who participated in these courageous acts to save mankind. We thank all WWII veterans for their service and hope to share their stories with the next generation.
See how we are preserving the memories of the men and women who saved our country and the world. Discover their stories of the greatest conflict known to mankind. Learn from the WWII veteran interviews we have preserved so far in our first four years!
The Traveling Museum of WWII allows people to come in contact with actual pieces of history from over 75 years ago. The museum lets you connect with the past and have a greater understanding of this incredible time in our history.
See how we are educating the next generation, and generations to come, not just about WWII, but about history, veterans, compassion, generosity, strength, bravery, and giving back, while encouraging young people to find their passion and create a voice for themselves.
Motivational talks for any group, any age. Our founder, Benjamin Mack-Jackson, has touched thousands of people's lives with his message of hope for the future. From schools to veteran groups, and everything in between... Ben is ready to motivate, educate, and inspire.
I cannot thank you enough for considering a donation to the WWII Veterans History Project. Your support is helping to educate my generation, and generations to come, not just about WWII, but so much more. Learning about courage through my presentations is crucial for young people today. Since I'm one of them, I think kids can relate to me in a unique way. Learning history is critical to preventing the same mistakes. My Traveling Museum is a true interactive history lesson and I hope to share it with as many young people as possible!
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