The Oshawa Museum's Displaced Persons Oral History Project
For the past couple of years, the Oshawa Museum has been undertaking a very important oral history project. The focus of the project is to collect the memories of those who arrived in Oshawa as displaced persons after the Second World War. The information collected is becoming a part of the archival record and will be the basis of a museum exhibit.
This website has been launched as part of the effort to preserve this information and share it with others online. In a series of posts, we will share with you some of the stories told to us, as well as other relevant and interesting details.
Please explore our site, including our About page, to learn more.