Tatay’s Story

Tatay’s Story

My father, Saturnino Villero, was a merchant mariner, ferrying passengers, farm animals, and agricultural produce from one island to another in the Philippines. He was at sea for days or even weeks at a time. When my mother told me of his scheduled arrival, I’d wait...
7 World War II Movies You Must See

7 World War II Movies You Must See

I own more war movies than any other genre. Not that I own very many movies, mind you. I watch most films on Netflix, Amazon, or in the Theater. I also wouldn’t consider war films my favorite kinds of movies either. But there’s something about them that feels...
The Resistance: An Excerpt from Douglas Bond

The Resistance: An Excerpt from Douglas Bond

At The Normandy Project, our mission is to tell compelling stories rooted in the drama and reality of history. Our first feature film, The Girl Who Wore Freedom, documents the profound impact that DDay has had on the people of Normandy, then and now. It tells the...
A Letter of Thanks to Mr. Dill

A Letter of Thanks to Mr. Dill

Jacob Taylor is a Junior at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN majoring in History and Political Science. In the Spring of 2018, Jacob applied for and was granted The Dill Fund Grant at Wabash. This grant afforded Jacob the opportunity to take a media/production...
Myron Howard Miller, My Daddy

Myron Howard Miller, My Daddy

I remember looking for the red glow outlining the tip of his cigarette burning in the dark summer night. I knew he was out there in the yard, sitting by himself quietly, in the white wooden rocker. I didn’t realize he could see me against the light illuminating from...