History Preserving veterans' memories Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Nov. 09, 2010 3:28PM EST Last updated Monday, Oct. 17, 2011 10:15AM EDT As the number of surviving Second World War veterans dwindles, their stories often go with them to the grave. But a project by the Historica-Dominion Institute aims to preserve their memories both online and in a new book. Watch More Video: Pipeline-bombing video game dropped by TVO Video: Governor General David Johnston on why different cultures banded together for Canada Video: Military wishes Canada happy birthday Video: Michaëlle Jean on what defines Canadians Video: Belinda Stronach on the most Canadian trait Video: Why the Kielburgers say they've 'won the lottery of life' Video: Why did David Suzuki come back to Canada? Re-enactors bring the War of 1812 to life Berlin police discuss Magnotta's arrest Toronto's Eaton Centre open again after shooting Luka Magnotta in custody in Berlin Tracking down suspect in gruesome killing Mounties battle the bulge Video: Governor-General's new year message Furlong praises the 'blue jackets' Thousands march for Veterans Day Parade Archeologists search for soldiers' remains Williams trapped in a web of lies Terror suspects appear in court 'Amazing' no one was hurt Comments AA More Related to this Story More news and features honouring Canada's veterans My mother's chicken 'panini'