A random sample of about forty people from both communities, males and females with diverse age, including those who have lived through the events of 1960 - 1974 and also younger generations, have been interviewed to collect, document, and generate refined knowledge about the events of 1960 - 1974, and before that, in Cyprus and the way people have lived and experienced them, as well as the way later generations were impressed by them. This project seeks the voices of all categories of people described above, including those of Greek-Cypriots, Turkish-Cypriots, settlers, and possibly other minority communities who historically have been living in Cyprus. Also, a group of young scholars from various disciplines has been selected based on interest and trained in oral history research. The project is carried out in four phases, including the creation of a rich narrative archive, data analysis, and sustainability of Project.