Honoring those who answered the call.



WWII Beyond the Call believes we have a mission critical objective: capture the priceless stories of our WWII Veterans before it's too late.

The sacrifices made in order to protect our freedom came at a huge cost. It is our duty and responsibility to ensure the lessons learned from war are never forgotten.

Our purpose is documenting the history of the men and women who served, as well as keeping their legacies alive for future generations to learn from.


Algie Mabone, WWII Veteran
Roy Coulson, WWII Veteran
Jim Martin, WWII Veteran
Dick Klein, WWII Veteran

The Monument of Tolerance

Five years after the end of World War II, Veterans from both the Allied and Axis forces, and survivors of the Holocaust, come together to reconcile and put tolerance into practice.

These former enemies demonstrate to all people that reconciliation with one’s fellow human is attainable and the way forward for a future together.


Recent Documentaries

As each veteran passes away, so do their untold stories. WWII Beyond The Call is dedicated to documenting the first-hand accounts of the veterans who answered the call of duty and fought to preserve our freedom. 

Brothers in Arms: Charlie Kohler, USMC

WWII Marine Combat Veteran, Charlie Kohler joined the service and would go on to fight in the Battle of Iwo Jima.

Liberation Day: Sandlin Gillen, US Army

WWII Veteran Sandlin Gillen served bravely with the 106th Infantry Division during the Battle of the Bulge.

Three of the Last WWII Screaming Eagles

We have partnered with LTC Jos Groen to launch a documentary about three of the last original 101st Airborne Paratroopers who fought in D-Day, Market Garden, and Battle of the Bulge.

Thank you to our amazing partners!

WWII Beyond the Call is proud to work with the following organizations to ensure our heroes and the sacrifices they made to protect our freedom are never forgotten.

Round Canopy Parachute Team USA
National Veterans Memorial and Museum
Roll Call
Liberty Jump Team
Leudal Monument
Liberty Aviation Museum

“It's better to fight for something than live for nothing."

– General George S. Patton