Wis. students preserve WWII, Holocaust survivors' stories on DVD

A team of eighth-graders from a Wisconsin middle school are using technology to preserve the stories of World War II veterans and Holocaust survivors as part of the Survivor and Veteran Experiences -- or S.A.V.E. -- program. The students distributed a four-disc DVD they produced and edited featuring their taped interviews with 20 veterans, and they're chronicling their work on a website. The students plan to release another DVD with 20 more interviews in January.

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