World War II was an historic event that touched nearly every person alive during that time. What was it like to be one of the millions of soldiers who fought the battles? Or a civilian worker making the tanks and bombs? Or a child your age, either in America or in war-torn Asia? You can find out. There are still thousands of people alive today who were soldiers, civilians, or children during the Second World War, and who remember what they did and how they felt. Locate someone to interview about this extraordinary time. Then use the Writing Workshop to write and publish that person's oral history of World War II in our World War II Memory Book. To get started, click here.