As the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor approaches, The News-Gazette has set aside space on our website for memories of World War II.
Users can upload photos of men and women from World War II — both from overseas and stateside — and we'll be happy to post copies of letters and other documents.
We're posting photos now, as well as stories by News-Gazette reporters that relate to World War II.
You can share your photos at our online gallery here: http://bit.ly/WW2NG. The uploading instructions are pretty straightforward. Photos must be approved before they will appear on the site, but we'll make that happen as soon as possible — usually the same day.
In addition, anyone with documents — letters, telegrams or other memorabilia — can either scan them as images and upload them, or scan them as PDFs and email them for us to post. You'll have space to write something about the subjects of photos and documents.
If you have documents to share but no way to scan them, you can send an email to email@example.com to arrange for a time when you can drop them off at The News-Gazette for scanning.