Become a Friend, The Second World War Experience Centre in the near Leeds in UK exists to document the life in those times of anyone who lived through the 1939-1945 years. Become a Friend! The Cen »
Our Wartime History WWII Timeline section aims to provide a rich and varied source of information on the various campaigns fought during World War Two and the dates on which they took place. »
The Journal of the Second World War Experience Centre is dedicated to the international rescue, preservation and study of the evidence of the individual in the circumstance of war »
News and Notices
In this issue of Everyone’s War we have first-hand accounts of operations on D-Day, beginning with 77 Assault Squadron on Sword BeachWith bad weather causing a delay, their landing was beset with diff »
Tobruk, a deep-water port in northeastern Libya which was the scene of some of the most tenacious fighting in North Africa. The Allied defence of Tobruk during the siege of 1941 and its capture in 19 »
After the evacuation from Dunkirk in May and June 1940, Winston Churchill issued a statement that the last of the BEF had left France. There were, however, many thousands of British troops still fight »
A UK registered Charity which exists to collect and encourage access to the personal testimony of men and women who lived through the years of the Second World War and to promote the use of this material for education.SWWEC- Archive of WWII Memories –
Collect and conserve memories and materials relating to the WWII period and the personal testimony of those who lived through it. Ensure that different audiences have the opportunity to share and learn from the personal recollections conserved in the collection here – enhancing the possibilities by digitising the material and providing access via the internet to the widest possible audience
These memories will be lost forever if they are not captured and conserved. The events of that period recalled through the personal testimony, documents and photographs of the time are a vital social history, our education is seriously lacking without them. We are a Registered Charity and rely on donations to continue our widely recognised vital work preserving the objective perspectives and heritage of that most turbulent of times on our planet – World War Two.
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It has to be a good thing to preserve experience to help future generations to understand what living through those years was like. Surely history students need such first-hand information but when some school-children today do not even know who Winston Churchill was, nor what D-Day signifies, then an archive which is dedicated to the war years deserves all our encouragement..
Women's Royal Naval Service :- 1942-1945
The continued work of SWWEC is so important, it grows and keeps alive a vital resource into a past time which played such a crucial role in shaping our lives today…