PHOTO SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
What We Are Looking For:
- WWII Memorials
- WWII Museum Exteriors
- Statues and Monuments
- Cemeteries or grave sites of veterans
- Streets named after WWII figures
- Buildings that were important in WWII
- Photos from parades/ceremonies/etc
What is NOT Accepted:
- Photos of Veterans
- Artifacts from Museums without the express written consent from that Museum
- Personal items belonging to your family
Photos should be between 100k and 500k in size. Photos larger than 500k will not be accepted by our submission form.
Descriptions should be no more than 100 words. We are looking for a short description that explains what is in the photo and why it is significant. This is NOT an essay.
Student Travel – WWII Educational Tours
High school and college students, learn the leadership principles that helped win WWII on a trip to France or during a weeklong residential program in New Orleans. College credit is available, and space is limited.
See You Next Year! HS Yearbooks from WWII
Collected from across the United States, the words and pictures of these yearbooks present a new opportunity to experience the many challenges, setbacks and triumphs of the war through the eyes of America’s youth.
The Victory Gardens of WWII
Visit the Classroom Victory Garden Project website to learn about food production during WWII, find lesson plans and activities for elementary students, get tips for starting your own garden and try out simple Victory Garden recipes!
The Science and Technology of WWII
Visit our new interactive website to learn about wartime technical and scientific advances that forever changed our world. Incorporates STEM principles to use in the classroom.
Kids Corner: Fun and Games!
Make your own propaganda posters, test your memory, solve puzzles and more! Learn about World War II and have fun at the same time.