Hannah Dailey has been an Oral Historian at The National WWII Museum since 2015. She holds a BA in History and an MA in Military and Diplomatic History from the University of New Orleans. Since joining the museum she has traveled the country extensively conducting oral histories with WWII Veterans and Holocaust Survivors significantly expanding the collection. Hannah has conducted more than 550 oral history interviews to date, several of which are showcased in our permanent galleries.
More from the Contributor
Welcome Home: The Shift from Combat to Civilian Life
Jack Brukman’s journey through war: from the physical onset on Saipan to the continuous mental onslaught at home.
Sugamo Prison and the Tokyo Trials
One young American's experience during post-war occupation duty in Japan.
Indelible Nightmare: The Holocaust
Today we pause and take the time to reflect on one of the most heinous atrocities committed in the twentieth century. The Holocaust has left a dark shadow on human history and lives in the memories of the Survivors.
The Berlin Airlift: View From the Cockpit
The Berlin Airlift: From the position of the cockpit, WWII pilots Chuck Childs and Gail Halvorsen commit themselves to one of the greatest examples of humanitarian aid.
Roland Martin and His Final Flight Aboard the Iron Maiden
A snapshot of Roland Martin's course from boyhood in California to a B-17 Pilot stationed in England, ending as a POW in Germany.