We capture the personal recollections of our armed service veterans
so their legacy of bravery, sacrifice and suffering can live on.
Would your museum benefit from high-quality video footage of veterans talking candidly about their experiences?
We have worked with a number of military musuems to enchance their collections of video material. We offer to film the testimonies of war veterans connected to your museum, safeguarding their stories for future generations.
Please get in touch to discuss how we can help.
Our archiving technique
Every veteran is assigned a folder on our server that contains paperwork, release forms, rushes and project files. The project folders are stored using LTO tape backup. These folders are easily duplicated and can be shared with museum partners.
All filmed interviews are converted to ProRes 422 and uploaded to our website where they can be freely viewed.
We archive our footage in miliary museums across Europe. For example, our video interviews with
veterans of the Berlin Airlift can be viewed at the Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum in Flixton.
We also supply our films to several regimental curators to enhance their collections.
“The Battle of Britain Fighter Association and the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust support with and work with Legasee and endorse the aims of their oral history archive.”
Patrick Tootal - Honorary Secretary, Group Captain
Contributing to Local Educational Archives
We archive our footage in military museums across Europe and work with a number of regimental curators to supply films that enhance their museum collections. An example of this work is the filming of the observations and experiences of remaining veterans from the Battle of Britain and providing high quality digital film to the Battle of Britain Museum at Capel-Le-Ferne.