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World War II: OSS Numbered Intelligence Bulletins
1,297 pages of Office of Strategic Services, OSS, intelligence bulletins dating from March 1943 to April 1945.
Bonnie & Clyde: Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, and the Barrow Gang FBI Files and Court Documents
1,019 pages of FBI files and U.S. District Court for the Dallas Division of the Northern District of Texas documents covering Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, and the Barrow Gang, plus bonus material.
Civil War Newspaper: The Crisis Northern Pro-Confederate Newspaper
1,664 pages of The Crisis, a pro-confederate weekly Northern newspaper, issues dating from January 31, 1861 to January 25, 1865.
WWII Army Official History: 156 Volumes - 58,851 Page Collection
58,851 pages, in 156 volumes of official histories of World War II created by the Historical Division of the United States Army
Jack the Ripper - Whitechapel Murders: London's Illustrated Police News 1888-1899
334 pages of The Illustrated Police News Law Courts and Weekly Record,83 issues dating from April 7, 1888, to January 28, 1899, archived on DVD-ROM.
John F. Kennedy Assassination: Lee Harvey Oswald Warren Commission Vertical Files
12,430 pages, in 91 vertical files covering Lee Harvey Oswald, selected from the "Key Persons" File of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, also known as the Warren Commission.
World War II: War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Daily White House Summaries
9,591 pages of the Daily Summary War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Respecting Hostilities with Axis reports (All theaters of war). 1,217 reports dating from December 11, 1941 to April 12, 1945.
Vietnam War: 1st Marine Division Command Chronologies
17,046 pages of 1st Marine Division Command Chronologies, dating from January 1966 to April 1971.
Pentagon Papers DOD Files, FBI Files, Nixon Tapes & Court Documents
8,968 pages of Pentagon Papers, FBI files, court documents, Kissinger transcripts, grand jury testimony, summaries of press coverage, along with Nixon audio recordings and an audio recording of Supreme Court oral arguments in the case New York Times v United States.
Civil War: Robert E. Lee United States War Department Files
3,410 pages of War Department files and Department of Defense documents pertaining to General Robert E. Lee.
John F. Kennedy: November 22-25, 1963: Documents, Interviews, Audio Recordings, and Films
1,843 pages of documents, 966 minutes of audio, 1 hour and 35 minutes of video, and 35 photos related to President John F. Kennedy's November 1963 trip to Texas, his assassination and funeral. Material from the National Archives and Records Administration and the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson presidential libraries.
Central Intelligence Agency and Post World War II Intelligence Community Creation Documents
4,900 pages of documents that exhibit the creation of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and other American intelligence agencies created after World War II.
World War II: Eddie Slovik Court Martial and Execution Documents
1,102 pages of records from the War Department/Department of Defense Office of the Judge Advocate General, consisting of transcripts and other records of the court-martial for desertion by and the execution of Private Edward Donald Slovik.
Vietnam War: Marine Corps Newspaper Sea Tiger
412 pages of the "Sea Tiger," published by the III Marine Amphibious Force, various issues published between October 5, 1966 and July 18, 1968.
Nuclear Weapons: Accidents and Lost Nuclear Weapons Department of Defense Files
2,249 pages of Department of Defense files covering accidents involving nuclear weapons and lost nuclear weapon.
Civil War: Confederate Spy - Rose O'Neal Greenhow: Papers - Letters - Memoirs - Histories
1,111 pages of letters, papers, memoirs, histories, and photos related to Rose O'Neal Greenhow.
John F Kennedy Assassination: Warren Commission FBI Files
8,155 pages of internal FBI files covering the Bureau's interactions with the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, commonly called the Warren Commission.
American Criminal Trials: Important and Interesting Trial Reports (1659 to 1913) - 15,700 pages
15,700 pages of reports on important and interesting American trials from 1659 to 1913, contained in the 17 volumes of "American State Trials: a Collection of the Important and Interesting Criminal Trials which have taken place in the United States, from the Beginning of our Government to the Present Day, with Notes and Annotations,"(published 1914 - 1936)
Civil War Confederate Field Manuals
12,553 pages of field manuals printed in the Confederate States and used during the Civil War by Confederate forces.
Soviet Union Top Secret Military Journal Voyennaya Mysl "Military Thought" CIA Files
15,451 pages of CIA files related to intercepted articles published in the Soviet Union's top secret military journal Voyennaya Mysl
World War II German U-Boat Captains' War Diaries U.S. Naval Intelligence Translations
4,962 pages of translations of U-Boat logs and diaries kept by the captains (leaders) of German U-boats for Norway/Arctic Ocean and Italy/Mediterranean, translated by the United States Office of Naval Intelligence.
"Mississippi Burning" Civil Rights Workers Murders Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner Trial Transcripts
2,648 pages of Federal trial transcripts of the case United States v. Price, stemming from the murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner, also known as the "Mississippi Burning" incident.
Josef Mengele CIA Files
574 pages of CIA files on the infamous Auschwitz selector and experimenter Dr. Josef Mengele.
Adolf Eichmann CIA Files
1,365 pages of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Files covering Adolf Eichmann
United States Congressional History 1832 - 1895 Issac Bassett Papers
3,600 pages of Isaac Bassett papers, plus a 180 page subject index and a 116 page name index.
Civil War: Tennessee Civil War Sourcebook
10,673 pages of transcripts of Civil War documents dealing with the war and the state of Tennessee
Bay of Pigs CIA Official History Volumes (1974 - 1984)
1,582 pages of CIA Bay of Pigs Official History compiled between 1974 and 1984. Three volumes of this five volume report were not available to the public until August 1, 2011.
Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Government Documents
4,010 pages of CIA, Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Congressional, GAO, and foreign press monitoring files related to the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident.
Vietnam War MACV Command Army Activities SE Reports (1968-1972)
7,400 pages of MACV Command Army Activities SE Reports dating from January 3, 1968 to December 20, 1972.
Civil War Newspaper Forney's War Press
240 pages of Forney's War Press published in 1863. Forney's War Press was a newspaper dedicated to carrying Civil War news.
Klaus Barbie CIA Files
1,481 pages of CIA created and/or maintained documents concerning Klaus Barbie the war criminal, also known as the Butcher of Lyon.
Titanic Disaster White Star Line and Passenger Court Documents
1,100 pages of admiralty case files from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, related to the RMS Titanic, specifically the petition filed by the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, as the owner of Titanic, for limitation of liability, and responses from claimants.
Kennedy Assassination: Warren Commission Complete Report: Report, Hearings,and Exhibits 27 Volumes
19,250 pages composed of the report of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, also known as the Warren Commission Report in one volume, plus 26 volumes of hearings and exhibits.
Civil War: Confederate States Medical & Surgical Journal
282 pages, all 14 issues published, dating from January 1864 to February 1865, of the Confederate States Medical & Surgical Journal, copied from material held at the Boston Medical Library in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts.
World War II: War Department Military Intelligence Service Tactical and Technical Trends Bulletins
2,032 pages of Tactical and Technical Trends bulletins produced during World War II by the War Department's Military Intelligence Service.
World War II: German Control and Crimes in Europe OSS Reports (1943-1945)
2,169 pages of reports from the Research and Analysis Branch of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) covering German criminal acts and acts of aggression in Europe during World War II.
Civil War: U.S. Surgeon General Photographs and Histories of Surgical Cases and Specimens
660 pages in six volumes of photographs commissioned by the United States surgeon general and case summaries of injuries suffered during the Civil War.
WWII: Operation EPSILON Detention of German Nuclear Scientists British Intelligence Files
225 pages of British War Office intelligence files, reports and transcripts, covering the detention and monitoring of German nuclear scientists, captured and detained at the end of the war with Germany.
Horten Ho 229 German "Stealth" Fighter/Bomber & Other Horten Aircraft American & British Intelligence Documents
369 pages of United States and British intelligence documents covering the development of aircraft designed by the brothers Reimar and Walter Horten, including the Horten HO 229.
World War I AEF Daily Army Summary Information Reports
1,391 pages of daily reports containing summary information, produced by Second Section Intelligence, General Staff, General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF).
Ronald Reagan End of Cold War CIA Files
2,890 pages of CIA files, 3 hours and 30 minutes of CIA and Reagan Library videos covering CIA information provided to Ronald Reagan between 1980 and 1989, related to the Soviet Union and the Cold War.
Civil War: U.S. Navy's History of the Civil War (1883-1886)
864 pages, in three volumes, of US Navy history of the Civil War, by the U.S. Navy
Civil War: The Massachusetts Commandery MOLLUS Photograph Collection 26,500 Images - The Massachusetts Commandery MOLLUS Photograph Collection 26,500 Images
World War II: War Department Atomic Bomb Development Harrison-Bundy Papers - 9,038 pages of the Harrison-Bundy Files relating to the development of the atomic bomb
Civil War: Reports of the United States Congress Joint Committee on the Conduct Of The War
5,560 pages of reports of the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War in ten volumes, archived on CD-ROM.
World War II: Air Corps News Letter - Air Force News Letter 1940 - 1944
2,969 pages of Air Forces News Letter, 1940 - 1944, the monthly official service journal of the U.S. Army Air Forces, published by the U.S. Army Air Forces, Air Force Editorial Office.
Civil War: U.S. Army Civil War and Reconstruction Era Court Martial Records
10,200 pages of U.S. Army Civil War and Reconstruction Era military trial records, general courts martial and military commission trials.
Vietnam War: Air Force Top Secret Blue Book Studies 1962 to 1980
4,523 pages of formerly Top Secret "Blue Book" studies produced by the Air Force Historical Studies Office.
Korean War: Frontline/Foxhole Newspaper: Eagle Forward
698 pages of the Eagle Forward newspaper, published by the Public Information Office, 24th Infantry Regiment, Korea, during the Korean War from September 14th, 1950 to October 1st, 1951
Civil War: United States Congressional Record Congressional Globe 1861-1866
16,550 pages of the Congressional Globe, which later became the Congressional Record, covering debates and proceedings of the 37th, 38th, and 39th congressional sessions of the Senate and the House of Representatives, messages of the President to Congress and reports of cabinet officers, dating from March 4, 1861 to July 28, 1866.
World War II Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force Communiques
600 pages of communiqués by the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force lead by General Dwight D. Eisenhower. Communiqués from D-Day June 6, 1944, to the Germany's surrender, May 8, 1945, copied from material held at the Modern Military Records Division of the National Archives and Records Administration.
Civil War - Abraham Lincoln Telegrapher David Homer Bates Papers Diary Journal and Books
1,880 pages of the papers of David Homer Bates and documents including correspondence, diary and journal entries, historical document facsimiles, photographs, newspaper clippings, printed matter, and drafts and annotated proof sheets, from holdings in the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana in the Library of Congress.
WWII American Propaganda Leaflets
1,220 pages of American World War II propaganda leaflets and documents concerning the use of psychological warfare propaganda leaflets in the Pacific theater during World War
Civil War: Army Navy Journal Volume 3
733 pages of the third volume of "United States Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces."
Vietnam War: Commander U.S. Naval Forces Vietnam After Action - Monthly Reports
7,728 pages of monthly reports, covering the actions of the United States Navy during the Vietnam War, produced under the direction of the Commander U.S. Naval Forces Vietnam.
Civil War: Army Navy Journal & Gazette Volume 1 1863 - 1864
764 pages of the first volume of "United States Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces."
Cuban Missile Crisis: Robert F. Kennedy Papers
3,584 pages of documents produced or accumulated by United States Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, while acting in his role as an advisor to President John F. Kennedy concerning the Cuban Missile Crisis, archived on CD-ROM.
Civil War: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper 1860-1865
3,700 pages of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper covering the Civil War years of 1860 to 1865.
World War II: Military Review 1938 - 1948
10,850 pages, 89 issues, of the journal Military Review dating from March 1938 to December 1948, published by The Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Abraham Lincoln Campaign Newspapers 1860 - 1864
518 pages of Abraham Lincoln campaign newspapers from the elections of 1860 and 1864, archived on CD-ROM.
John F. Kennedy 1960 Presidential Election Campaign: Richard Nixon Opposition Research Papers - 1,515 pages of open source research on Richard Nixon and documents demonstrating its use, compiled by the Kennedy campaign and its surrogates, archived on CD-ROM.
Korean War United States Propaganda Leaflets - 715 pages of United States Eighth Army propaganda leaflets, documentation, and history of psychological warfare used during the Korean War, archived on CD-ROM
Vietnam War Marine Corps Official History Volumes - 6,385 pages of official Marine Corps history of the Vietnam War, in 21 volumes, published by the United States Marine Corps' History and Museums Division, created from 1968 to 2009, archived on CD-ROM
The Crisis - NAACP Magazine (1910-1924) - 7,800 pages of The Crisis magazine, every issue published from its first issue, November 1910, through October
World War II Marine Corps Official History Publications - 1,370 pages of World War II Marine Corps official history composed in 29 volumes published by the United States Marine Corps' History and Museums Division, created from 1969 to 1999, archived on CD-ROM.
Vietnam War: South Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia Official History - 3,887 pages in 19 volumes, of Vietnam War South Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian commander official history, archived on CD-ROM.
Civil War Confederate Official Battle Reports - 3,371 pages of official reports on Civil War battles created during the Civil War by Confederate military forces and the Confederate Department of War, archived on CD-ROM.
Vietnam War U.S. Army Official History Volumes - 10,534 pages, in 32 volumes of officiall United States Amy history of the Vietnam War archives on two CD-ROMs.
World War II Dr. Seuss Political Cartoons - 388 World War II political cartoons created by Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, archived on CD-ROM.
1936 Berlin Olympics Political & Diplomatic Documents - 142 pages of British Foreign Office files dealing with political and diplomatic issues surrounding the hosting of the Olympic Games in 1936 by Nazi Germany. 1,680 pages of material published by Germany concerning the games after they were concluded.
VIETNAM WAR NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) OFFICIAL HISTORY - 980 pages of official National Security Agency histories covering NSA activities in Southeast Asia, during the Vietnam War, archived on CD-ROM.
Freedom's Journal - America's First African-American Newspaper - 620 Pages, all 103 issues of Freedom's Journal ever published, America's First African-American. Plus 860 pages of history of the African-American Press from 1800 to 1920.
Adolf Hitler: Hitler Headquarters War Dairies - Diarists' Observations - 662 pages of reconstructed Hitler Headquarters War Diary and diarist's writings by Helmuth Greiner, Percy Ernst Schramm, and the Headquarters, United States Army Europe Foreign Military Studies Branch, archived on CD-ROM.
World War I & World War II Canadian Posters - 629 Canadian war posters, in English and French, created during the First World War and the Second World War, archived on CD-ROM.
John F. Kennedy Assassination CIA Reports - 1,160 pages of CIA reports, produced mainly during the months after the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963, copied from material held at the National Archives and Records Administration and archived on CD-ROM.
Titanic Disaster Victim Recovery Documents & Medical Examiner Reports - 1,552 pages of documents related to the recovery of Titanic non-survivor victims at sea, archived on CD-ROM.
World War II: Clifford Berryman Political Cartoons - 310 original pen-and-ink illustrations dealing with World War II drawn by Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist Clifford K. Berryman.
John F. Kennedy Assassination Secret Service Reports - 2,500 pages of investigative reports produced by the United States Secret Service in the days following the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963, copied from material held at the National Archives and Records Administration.
Civil War: Harper's Weekly 1861 - 1865 - 4,176 pages, every issue of Harper's Weekly from January 5, 1861 to December 30, 1865, archived on DVD-ROM.
Titanic Disaster British National Archives Documents - 1,175 pages of Titanic Disaster records preserved by the British National Archives. The files date from 1909 to 1925. Includes newly discovered blueprints. This collection contains records from British government agencies including the Titanic Board of Enquiry, Board of Trade, Ministry of Transport, Treasury Solicitor, Public Trustee Office, Foreign Office, Cabinet Office, National Savings Committee and Post Office Law Officers' Department.
Titanic Disaster Newspaper Archive - 1,200 selected complete American newspaper pages, dating from April 1, 1912 to April 14, 1922, covering the sinking of the Titanic and its aftermath, archived on two CD-ROM discs. Most newspapers are from the first six months after the sinking
Operation Foxley - British Plot to Assassinate Hitler - The British SOE (Special Operations Executive) report on Operation Foxley, The British plan for the assassination of Adolf Hitler. In 1944, the office of the British Special Operations Executive (SOE), reduced plans to assassinate Adolf Hitler, that formed Operation Foxley, to this report. The plan to assassinate Hitler was drawn up by a SOE agent code named LB/X, whose true identity is still kept a secret.
Slavery Political Cartoons: 1789 - 1880 - 174 images of political cartoons held by the Library of Congress, dating from 1789 to 1880, dealing with slavery and abolitionism, and its relationship and its influence on American public life. In addition to 174 illustrations in the set, the collection includes three digitalized volumes containing and covering Civil War political illustrations: "Ye Book of Copperheads" (1863), "American Caricatures Pertaining to the Civil War" (1918), and from "Sketches from the Civil war in North America, 1861, '62, '63 (1917), containing secret confederate illustrations.
John Gotti FBI Files - 1,580 pages of FBI files related to John Gotti, archived on CD-ROM. he files date from 1964 to 1995. Most of the files date from 1990 to 1994 and are related to Gotti's 1990 arrest and 1992 conviction, and the string of Gambino Family convictions that followed. The files begin in January 1964 with the FBI searching for Gotti.
Tokyo Rose Department of Justice Files - 700 pages of administrative files, dating from June 1946 to February 1967, covering the Tokyo Rose Case, United States v. Iva Toguri D'Aquino, archived on CD-ROM.