The World War II Foundation is focused on being one of the world’s leading resources for preserving the personal stories of the World War II generation. The foundation strives to do this by producing documentary films, which it donates to American Public Television. The 21 films produced to date by the WWII Foundation rank in the top-5 of most requested programs nationally by PBS and Public Television stations. In November of 2018, the WWII Foundation is also dedicating its new Global Education Center in Rhode Island, which will educate students via a multi-media curriculum that involves film, books, WWII radio broadcasts, the Internet and actual artifacts from World War II. The immersive program will provide students will a hands-on, eyes on and ears tuned introduction into the personal stories of those who fought and survived, World War II and in the process, preserved democracy throughout the world at a cost of nearly 60 million killed.