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World War II Campaign Interactives

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ABMC / Dog Green Productions

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The World War II Campaigns are a system of interactive storytelling projects currently being deployed at new visitor centers throughout the world. Belle & Wissell is also designing and developing companion websites, available on the American Battle Monuments Commission’s website.

Produced in partnership with filmmaker Dog Green Productions, these projects allow users to understand campaign and battle-specific military strategies as well as important context to help people to understand the reasons for decisions that were made during these tremendous conflicts. The stories are told through interactive maps, through significant events, and by following the personal journeys of soldiers.

These projects are currently installed at American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) visitor centers in Cambridge (UK), Normandy Visitor Center (FR), Pointe du Hoc Ranger Monument (FR), and the Rome-Sicily Visitor Center (IT).

Visit Website:

Visit ABMC online for website versions

Project Accolades:

PR Newswire “New interactive timeline and map allows you to explore the history of World War II,” 2013
The New York Times “In France, Honoring the Fallen in the War to End All Wars,” 2013

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Senior Designer: Edrea Lita
Designer: Eric Harvey
Project Manager: Sarah Trueblood
Technology Lead: Edward Tang
Programmer: Seb Chevrel
Programmer: Scott Thiessen
Quality Assurance: Siarhei Bokach

Additional Project Credits

Chief Historian, Writer: Brigadier General John S. Brown, USA (Ret)
Producer, Project and Concept Director, Writer: Max Lewkowicz
Project Management: Nick Tyson
Senior Editor: Joseph Borruso
Research and Content Management: Anna Boissard, Sally Reisch, and Sarah Cahla
3D Exhibit Design: Gallagher & Associates

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Senior Designer: Edrea Lita
Designer: Eric Harvey
Project Manager: Sarah Trueblood
Technology Lead: Edward Tang
Programmer: Seb Chevrel
Programmer: Scott Thiessen
Quality Assurance: Siarhei Bokach

Additional Project Credits

Chief Historian, Writer: Brigadier General John S. Brown, USA (Ret)
Producer, Project and Concept Director, Writer: Max Lewkowicz
Project Management: Nick Tyson
Senior Editor: Joseph Borruso
Research and Content Management: Anna Boissard, Sally Reisch, and Sarah Cahla
3D Exhibit Design: Gallagher & Associates

The World War II Campaigns are a system of interactive storytelling projects currently being deployed at new visitor centers throughout the world. Belle & Wissell is also designing and developing companion websites, available on the American Battle Monuments Commission’s website.

Produced in partnership with filmmaker Dog Green Productions, these projects allow users to understand campaign and battle-specific military strategies as well as important context to help people to understand the reasons for decisions that were made during these tremendous conflicts. The stories are told through interactive maps, through significant events, and by following the personal journeys of soldiers.

These projects are currently installed at American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) visitor centers in Cambridge (UK), Normandy Visitor Center (FR), Pointe du Hoc Ranger Monument (FR), and the Rome-Sicily Visitor Center (IT).

Visit Website:

Visit ABMC online for website versions

Project Accolades:

PR Newswire “New interactive timeline and map allows you to explore the history of World War II,” 2013
The New York Times “In France, Honoring the Fallen in the War to End All Wars,” 2013