War and Military History
Conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal, the United States was born out of war, grew from war, and continues to be a dominant world leader in part due to it's military might. Each conflict has fostered new technologies, new treaties, and a new understanding of our nation's place in the world.
- Wars/International Relations
Access to archival databases from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
- War, Military
Collections from the Library of Congress' American Memory Project
- Military Branch Historical Resources
- Civil and Revolutionary War Resources
- World War I and II Resources
- Cold War International History Project
This site links to essays as well as digitized documents dealing with the cold war period. There are specific guides to materials dealing with such events as the Warsaw Pact, Cuban Missile Crisis, and Soviet Invasion of Afganistan.
- Korean War and Vietnam Conflict Resources
- Persian Gulf and Iraq Conflicts Resources
Guides to Resource