How would you like to help make history come alive?

Create a mini-documentary of a World War 2 veteran and win a spot in a full-length documentary!

The iHistory Project is proud to announce a ground-breaking YouTube contest for students ages 13–18. Students are invited to create two films: a 30+ minute interview with a World War II veteran that will be archived at the Library of Congress, and a mini-documentary (3–5 minutes in length) from that interview.

Your mini-documentary is your opportunity to tell the world how a specific soldier made their mark on American history. The winning mini-documentaries will be included in the Special Features section of the feature length documentary, For the Love of Freedom, due out on DVD late 2010.