By Jonathan Elias, WBZ-TV

MALDEN (CBS) – There is a group of children that are doing something now that will forever live in the halls of our Library of Congress.

Laurie Woods from Malden wrote me to tell me about the schools in her area having the kids learn about World War II by spending time and videotaping interviews with veterans of that war.

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By doing this, the kids are getting first hand accounts of what happened, and by videotaping, those interviews will forever live.

They are being pieced together into a documentary that the Library of Congress will include on their shelves.

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These are middle schoolers doing this work.

Next week, six students and three teachers will go to D.C. to deliver their work in person.

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Great job and thanks for letting me know about it.