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10 years in the making

Kruti Sutaria, a 15-year-old sophomore at Ardsley High School, performs during her Bharatanatyam Arangetram on Saturday, Aug. 30, at the school’s auditorium. The event was the culmination of 10 years of training.

By Jackie Lupo


Bruno Viani, Ray Cohen and Nicholas Victore look at a photo of Victore from World War II.


When they were soldiers, World War II veterans Ray Cohen, Bruno Viani and Nicholas Victore, all residents of the Atria Woodlands senior living complex in Ardsley, never thought their wartime memories would be archived in a museum. But as the number of that war's surviving veterans dwindles (the Veterans Administration estimates that they are dying at the rate of 555 a day, and only about 1.2 million remain of the 16 million who served), historians are becoming increasingly eager to capture those first-person narratives before it’s too late. That’s why Cohen, Viani and Victore’s stories are being recorded on videotape by the oral history project of the National World War II Museum, located in New Orleans. Curators for the museum, which was established in 2000 and is now one of New Orleans’ major tourist attractions, have been traveling around the country creating digital memoirs of ex-service members. The three Ardsley men are among only 54,000 World War II vets remaining in New York State.  Read more >

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World War II vets reenlist — in oral history project

The Class of 2014

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