WWII: In their own words

WWII: In their own words

The stories of World War II told by the veterans who lived it.

Winner of 2016 USA Today Network journalism awards 4th quarter, div. III – Finalist digital storytelling
Winner of 2015 Associated Press Managing Editors awards, Div. I, Best video “Charles Holcomb, WWII POW”
Winner of 2015 Media Network of Central Ohio, Nov. Picasso MVP Awards.

World War II veterans living in Sandusky and Ottawa counties tell their war stories, in their own words, in a series by photojournalist Molly Corfman and writer Daniel Carson. Stories include surviving the D-Day invasion, B-24 crew shot down to become prisoners of war, a soldier witnessing the horrors of a Nazi concentration camp, and a Navy nurse treating soldiers severely burned by oil in the salty sea.