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World War II (1939-1945) was the largest international event of the twentieth century and one of the major turning points in U.S. and world history. On December 7, 1941, following the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, the United States declared war on Japan. Three days later, after Germany and Italy declared war on it, the United States became fully engaged in the Second World War. In the six years between the invasion of Poland and the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the world was caught up in the most destructive war in history. Armed forces of more than seventeen million fought on the land, in the air, and on the sea.

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ADOLF EICHMANN CIA FILES

ADOLF HITLER FBI FILES

ADOLF HITLER HEADQUARTERS DIARIES - DIARISTS' OBSERVATIONS

ADOLF HITLER OSS - CIA  FILES

BERLIN/EAST GERMANY CIA & OSS FILES

COLD WAR BEGINNINGS CIA FILES

D-DAY - NORMANDY INVASION - ART WORK

D-DAY - NORMANDY INVASION - DOCUMENTS & PHOTOS

DUQUESNE NAZI GERMANY SPY RING FBI FILES

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS

HARRY S. TRUMAN PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS

HITLER YOUTH - HITLER JUGEND U.S. INTELLIGENCE FILES AND PHOTOS

JOSEF MENGELE "DR. MENGELE" FBI - DOJ - SS FILES

JOSEF MENGELE "DR. MENGELE" CIA FILES

KLAUS BARBIE CIA FILES

KLAUS BARBIE DEPT. OF JUSTICE - FBI - DEPT. OF STATE - DEPT. OF DEFENSE

MARINE CORPS AVIATION 1912-2001 OFFICIAL HISTORY VOLUMES

TOKYO ROSE FBI FILES

TOKYO ROSE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT FILES

WINSTON CHURCHILL CORRESPONDENCES/FBI FILES

WORLD WAR I & II AMERICAN POSTERS

WORLD WAR I & II CANADIAN POSTERS

WORLD WAR II AIR FORCE HISTORY

WORLD WAR II AMERICAN PROPAGANDA LEAFLETS & DOCUMENTS

WORLD WAR II ARMY PICTORIALS

WORLD WAR II BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE & SECRET INTELLIGENCE SERVICE FILES

WORLD WAR II BRITISH WAR CABINET NOTE BOOKS

WORLD WAR II BUREAU OF AERONAUTICS NEWS & NAVAL AVIATION NEWS

WORLD WAR II CAMPAIGNS ARMY OFFICAL HISORY VOLUMES

WORLD WAR II CLIFFORD BERRYMAN POLITICAL CARTOONS

WORLD WAR II: DR. SEUSS POLITICAL CARTOONS

WORLD WAR II: EDDIE SLOVIK COURT MARTIAL & EXECUTION DOCUMENTS

WORLD WAR II ESCAPE & EVAISON - AIRCREWMEN BEHIND ENEMY LINES

WORLD WAR II FDR/CHURCHILL/STALIN CONFERENCES PAPERS

WORLD WAR II GENERAL BOARD EUROPEAN THEATHER FACTUAL REPORTS

WORLD WAR II: GERMAN CONTROL AND CRIMES IN EUROPE OSS REPORTS (1943-1945)

WORLD WAR II GERMAN U-BOAT CAPTAINS' WAR DIARIES

WORLD WAR II GERMAN U-BOAT CAPTURED DOCUMENTS

WORLD WAR II GERMAN SABOTEURS DOCUMENTS

WORLD WAR II HORTEN HO 229 GERMAN "STEALTHY" FIGHTER/BOMBER INTEL FILES

WORLD WAR II INFANTRY COMMANDING OFFICER EXPERIENCES REPORTS

WORLD WAR II JAPAN OCCUPATION PLANS

WORLD WAR II MARINE CORPS HISTORY PUBLICATIONS

WORLD WAR II MARINE CORPS  PACIFIC OPERATIONS HISTORY

WORLD WAR II MILITARY FIELD MANUALS

WORLD WAR II MILITARY REVIEW 1938-1948

WORLD WAR II MUTT & JEFF DOUBLE AGENTS MI5 FILES

WORLD WAR II NAVAL DAMAGE REPORTS

WORLD WAR II OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC R&D ATOMIC BOMB BUSH-CONANT PAPERS

WORLD WAR II OFFICIAL ARMY HISTORY 156 VOLUMES - 58,581 PAGES


WORLD WAR II OFFICIAL ARMY HISTORY EUROPE/MEDITERRANEAN/MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

WORLD WAR II OFFICIAL ARMY HISTORY JAPAN/ASIA-PACIFIC/CBI

WORLD WAR II OPERATION EPSILON CAPTURE OF GERMAN NUCLEAR SCIENTISTS

WORLD WAR II: OPERATION FOXLEY - BRITISH PLOT TO ASSASSINATE HITLER

WORLD WAR II OPERATIONAL DOCUMENTS

WORLD WAR II OSS REPORTS - DONOVAN REPORTS

WORLD WAR II OSS NUMBERED INTELLIGENCE BULLETINS

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK DAMAGE REPORTS & PHOTOS

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK MAGIC JAPANESE COMMUNICATIONS INTERCEPTS

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK NSA HISTORY OF PEARL HARBOR INTELLIGENCE

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR  ATTACK PHOTOGRAPHY

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK RADIO NEWS AND "MAN ON THE STREET" INTERVIEWS

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK SPY BERNARD KUEHN FBI FILES

WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK WHITE HOUSE WAR ROOM MILITARY FILES

WORLD WAR II SUPREME HEADQUARTERS ALLIED EXPITIONARY FORCE COMMUNIQUES

WORLD WAR II TECHNICAL MANUALS

WORLD WAR II THIRD ARMY AFTER ACTION REPORTS

WORLD WAR II U.S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE CHRONOLOGIES

WORLD WAR II WAR DEPARTMENT ATOMIC BOMB DEVELOPMENT HARRISON-BUND FILES

WORLD WAR II WAR DEPT INTELLIGENCE SERVICES TACTICAL AND TECHINICAL TRENDS

WORLD WAR II: U.S. - JAPAN FOREIGN RELATIONS 1931- 1941 DOCUMENT TRANSCRIPTS

WWII/U.S. INVASION OF JAPAN/A-BOMB DECISION MILITARY FILES

 

 


 

ADOLF EICHMANN CIA FILES

1,365 pages of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Files covering Adolf Eichmann archived on CD-ROM.

ADOLF HITLER FBI FILES

Adolf Hitler FBI Files - 867 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and archived on CD-ROM covering matters investigated in the United States by the bureau related to Adolf Hitler. Files contain approximately 350 narrative pages



ADOLF HITLER OSS - CIA  FILES

Adolf Hitler OSS - CIA Files - 1,721 pages of Office of Strategic Services (OSS) files related to Adolf Hitler, archived on CD-ROM. Files are composed of a biographical sketch, two analyses of Adolph Hitler's psychological profile, a collection of abstracts of source materials dealing with Adolf Hitler, and a set of assorted Adolf Hitler OSS files



BERLIN/EAST GERMANY CIA & OSS FILES

Berlin/East Germany CIA & OSS Files - 552 pages of selected OSS and CIA files covering Berlin and East Germany from 1943 to 1961. Documents cover the destruction of Berlin during World War II, Soviet military actions and plans, intelligence operations, the 1948 March Crisis, the Berlin Airlift, suppression of revolt in East Germany, the Berlin Tunnel, and the Berlin Wall.



COLD WAR BEGINNINGS CIA FILES

Cold War Begginnings CIA Files - 416 pages of selected CIA files covering the beginning of the Cold War from 1946 to 1950 archived on CD-ROM. Files comprised from pages of daily and weekly summaries and interpretations provided to President Truman.



D-DAY - NORMANDY INVASION - ART WORK

D-Day - Normandy Invaision Art Work - 186 paintings, drawings and sketches created by U.S. Navy combat artists before, during, and after the D-Day invasion, archived on CD-ROM



D-DAY - NORMANDY INVASION - DOCUMENTS & PHOTOS

D-Day - Normany Invasion Documenst & Photos - 192 pages of documents and 158 photographs covering D-Day, Operation Overlord, archived on CD-ROM.



DUQUESNE NAZI GERMANY SPY RING FBI FILES

Duquesne Nazi Germany Spy Ring FBI Files - 2,646 pages of FBI files covering the Duquesne Spy Ring, archived on CD-ROM. On January 2, 1942, 33 members of a Nazi spy ring headed by Frederick Joubert Duquesne were sentenced to serve a total of over 300 years in prison. William Sebold, who had been recruited as a spy for Germany, was a major factor in the FBI's successful resolution of this case through his work as a double agent for the United States.



DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS

Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Papers - 265 pages of Dwight D. Eisenhower presidential papers archived on CD-ROM. Diary records, correspondences, memos, and statement drafts. Diary entries cover Eisenhower's thoughts on many subjects including nuclear weapons, Richard Nixon, Stalin, U2 spy plane and espionage, school segregation, and Vietnam. Includes a pre-presidential, "In case of failure" message drafted by General Eisenhower in case the D-Day invasion failed.



FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Papers - 12,000 pages of Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Papers archived on 3 CD-ROM discs.



HARRY S. TRUMAN PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS

Harry S. Truman Presidential Papers - 6,500 pages of Harry S. Truman presidential papers, archived on 2 CD-ROM discs. Selected documents include letters to Bess Wallace Truman dating from 1910, selections from the official file, post presidential papers, papers of Clark Clifford, Charles Ross, George M. Elsey, Robert E. Hannegan, and Harry B. Price. Also included among the papers of Joseph M. Jones, is a discussion of the Truman doctrine relating to Greece and Turkey and the Marshall Plan. The documents from the "Long Hand Notes File" include handwritten notes on subjects ranging from world affairs to the difficulties of dealing with General Douglas MacArthur.



HITLER YOUTH - HITLER JUGEND U.S. INTELLIGENCE FILES AND PHOTOS

Hitler Youth - Hitler Jugend U.S. Intelligegnce Files and Photos - 339 pages of military and U.S. intelligence files, and 39 photographs dealing with the Hitler Youth (Hitler Jugend), archived on CD-ROM.



JOSEF MENGELE "DR. MEGELE" FBI - DOJ - SS FILES

Josef Mengele FBI/DOH/SS Files - 647 pages of FBI/Department of Justice files relating to Josef Mengele, "Dr. Mengele", archived on CD-ROM. Material is composed of a 202 page 1992 Department of Justice report and 445 pages of copies of documents and exhibits used in the Department of Justice investigation. The report is the culmination of the DOJ investigation, commenced in 1985, into the whereabouts and postwar activities of this infamous Nazi criminal.



JOSEF MENGELE "DR. MENGELE" CIA FILES

574 pages of CIA files on the infamous Auschwitz selector and experimenter Dr. Josef Mengele.


KLAUS BARBIE CIA FILES

1,481 pages of CIA created and/or maintained documents concerning Klaus Barbie the Nazi war criminal, also known as the Butcher of Lyon

KLAUS BARBIE DEPT. OF JUSTICE - FBI - DEPT. OF STATE - DEPT. OF DEFENSE

Klaus Barbie Department of Justice, FBI, State Department, Deoartment of Defense Files - 955 pages of DOJ, FBI, Department of State, and CIC files covering Klaus Barbie, archived on CD-ROM.



MARINE CORPS AVIATION 1912-2001 OFFICIAL HISTORY VOLUMES

Marine Corps Aviation 1912-2001 Offifical History Volumes - 1,090 pages of official Marine Corps history covering Marine Corps aviation from 1912 to 2001, composed of 14 volumes, archived on CD-ROM.



PEARL HARBOR ATTACK PHOTOGRAPHY

Pearl Harbor Attack Photography - 300 photographs of the Pearl Harbor attack archived on CD-ROM. United States Navy photography of Pearl Harbor, before, during, and after the Japanese attack of the December 7, 1941. Many of the photographs were classified as secret at the time they were taken. Includes several photographs taken by the Japanese navy. Also included on the CD is 30 images of messages and dispatches sent from Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack



TOKYO ROSE FBI FILES

Tokyo Rose FBI Files - 280 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and archived on CD-ROM covering The bureaus' 1948 espionage investigation of Iva Ikuko Toguri D'Aquino, AKA "Tokyo Rose". She was accused of being the Japanese American woman World War II radio personality whose program the "Zero Hour" broadcast Japanese propaganda over Radio Tokyo to Allied troops in the South Pacific. The FBI's investigation of Mrs. D'Aquino's activities covered a period of some five years. During the course of the investigation, hundreds of former members of the United States Armed Forces who had served in the South Pacific during World War II were interviewed; forgotten Japanese documents were unearthed; and recordings of Mrs. D'Aquino's broadcasts believed to have been destroyed were discovered by the FBI. D'Aquino became the seventh person to be convicted of treason in the history of the United States. On October 6, 1949, Mrs. D'Aquino was sentenced to ten years of imprisonment and fined $100,000 for the crime of treason.



TOKYO ROSE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT



WINSTON CHURCHILL CORRESPONDENCES/FBI FILES

Winston Chrchill FBI Files/FDR Correspondences - 220 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and archived on CD-ROM covering Winston Churchill. Files. 700 pages of correspondences between Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt archived on CD-ROM.



WORLD WAR I & II AMERICAN POSTERS

World War I & World War Posters - 3,900 American World War I & II posters archived on CDROM, World War I (200) and World War II (3,700).



WORLD WAR I & 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.



WORLD WAR II AIR CORPS NEWS LETTER - AIR FORCE NEWSLETTER 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, archived on CD-ROM.


WORLD WAR II AIR FORCE HISTORY

World War II Air Force History - 12,400 pages of World War II Air Force History in 28 volumes archived on 2 CD-ROM discs. Official history compiled by United States Air Force historians. Maps, charts, and photos are used to help document the United States Air Force's role in World War II



WORLD WAR II AMERICAN PROPAGANDA LEAFLETS & DOCUMENTS

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 II, copied from material held at the United States Naval Academy Archives, the Marine Corps Training & Education Command Library, and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College library, archived on CD-ROM



WORLD WAR II ARMY PICTORIALS

World War II United States Army Pictorials - 1,534 World War II photographs combined by United States Army historians of the Office of the Chief of Military History of the United States Army, into three pictorial volumes archived on CD-ROM



WORLD WAR II BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE & SECRET INTELLIGENCE SERVICE FILES

21,210  pages of of British Foreign Office files related to World War II and adminstration of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) and the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS),



WORLD WAR II BRITISH WAR CABINET NOTE BOOKS

World War II British War Cabinet War Notebooks - 2,320 pages of notes and translations from British cabinet meetings, dating from April 13, 1942 to December 31, 1946, copied from material maintained at the British National Archives, archived on CD-ROM



WORLD WAR II BUREAU OF AERONAUTICS NEWS & NAVAL AVIATION NEWS

World War II Bureau of Aeronautics News Letter & Naval Aviation News - 4,035 pages of Bureau of Aeronautics News Letter & Naval Aviation News, composed of 91 issues dating from January 1, 1943 to December 1947, archived on 3 CD-ROM discs.



WORLD WAR II CAMPAIGNS ARMY OFFICAL HISORY VOLUMES

World War II: Official U.S. Army Campaign Histories - 38 Volumes - 1,216 pages of United States Army official campaign histories, composed of text, 220 photos, 134 maps, and 35 hand-drawn illustrations, 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, archived on CD-ROM.


WORLD WAR II COURTS MARTIAL CASES: ETO REVIEW BOARD DOCUMENTS



WORLD WAR II: EDDIE SLOVIK COURT MARTIAL & 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 (CM 290498) for desertion by and the execution of Private Edward Donald Slovik (1920-1945), archived on CD-ROM.


WORLD WAR II ESCAPE & EVAISON - AIRCREWMEN BEHIND ENEMY LINES



WORLD WAR II FDR/CHURCHILL/STALIN CONFERENCES PAPERS

World War II FDR, Truman, Churchill, Stalin Conferences Documents - 3,550 pages of minutes of the World War II inter-Allied conferences and supporting documents, reports, and directives, archived on CD-ROM. Conferences involving, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, President Harry S. Truman, Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, French leader Charles de Gaulle, French leader Henri Giraud, and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek.



WORLD WAR II GENERAL BOARD EUROPEAN THEATHER FACTUAL REPORTS

World War II General Board  European Strategy, Tactics, and Administration Factual Reports - 8,131
pages of reports by the General Board, United States Forces, European Theater of Operations created
at the very end of World War II, archived on CD-ROM. Report sections include: General Documents,
G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, G-5, Antiaircraft Artillery, Adjutant General, Armored, Air, Artillery, Chaplain, Chemical Warfare Service, Engineers, Finance, Information and Education, Inspector General , Judge Advocate , Medical, Ordnance, Provost Marshal, Quartermaster, Signal, Special Service, Transportation, Theater Service Forces, Publicity and Psychological Warfare



WORLD WAR II GERMAN U-BOAT CAPTAINS' WAR DIARIES

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




WORLD WAR II GERMAN U-BOAT CAPTURED DOCUMENTS

World War II German U-Boat Documents, Manuals, Diaries - 375 pages of documents and their translations captured from German Unterseeboot 505 (U-505), copied from material held at the United States Navy Department Library, archived on CD-ROM.



WORLD WAR II HORTEN HO 229 GERMAN "STEALTHY" FIGHTER/BOMBER INTEL FILES

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 II INFANTRY COMMANDING OFFICER EXPERIENCES REPORTS

World War II: Infantry Commanding Officer Experiences Reports - 4,905 pages of reports covering personal experiences of commanding officers during combat in World War II, archived on CD-ROM. The Infantry School at Fort Benning began collecting academic monographs from company commanders soon after the end of World War II, to record their personal combat experiences. Reports include lessons learned, analysis, and criticisms. Covers operations in all theaters of operations. Interviewees include company commanders, platoon leaders, squad leaders, captains, rifle platoon leaders, and mortar platoon leaders.



WORLD WAR II JAPAN OCCUPATION PLANS

1,467 pages of documents concerning plans before the occupation of Japan to take place after the end of hostiles, and reports on the occupation of Japan, including maps and charts, archived on CD-ROM.



WORLD WAR II MARINE CORPS HISTORY PUBLICATIONS


WORLD WAR II MARINE CORPS  PACIFIC OPERATIONS HISTORY

World War II Marine Corps Pacific Operations History Volumes - 3,616 pages of history of U.S. Marine Corps Pacific operations in World War II, in five volumes produced by the U.S. Marine Corps, Historical Branch, G-3 Division, archived on CD-ROM. All photos, charts, maps, illustrations and diagrams produced for the volumes are reproduced. The volumes were completed by Marine Corps historians between 1965 and 1972.



WORLD WAR II MILITARY FIELD MANUALS

World War II Military Field Manuals - 18,810 pages of World War II military field manuals, archived on CD-ROM.



WORLD WAR II MILITARY REVIEW

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


WORLD WAR II NAVAL DAMAGE REPORTS

World War II Naval Damage Reports - 1,014 pages of reports and photographs of damage done to U.S. Navy vessel during World War II, archived on CD-ROM. Much of this material was classified until 1994. The War Damage Reports classification was cancelled by authority of OPNAVINST S5513.16 on 12 September 1994. During World War II, when a ship sustained battle damage or any other type of mishap occurred (e.g., collision, running aground, explosion, fire, heavy weather damage), a War Damage Report was required. At the first opportunity, a follow-up, detailed, preliminary shipboard inspection/damage assessment at sea of the affected space(s) was conducted for a required, descriptive War Damage Report.


WORLD WAR II OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC R&D ATOMIC BOMB BUSH-CONANT PAPERS

12,700 pages of the Vannevar Bush and James Conant Files relating to the development of the atomic bomb, copied from materials held at the National Archives and Records Administration


WORLD WAR II OFFICIAL ARMY HISTORY 156 VOLUMES - 58,581 PAGES

58,851 pages, in 156 volumes of official histories of World War II created by the Historical Division of the United States Army


WORLD WAR II OFFICIAL ARMY HISTORY EUROPE/MEDITERRANEAN/MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

World War II Offical Army History Volumes European, Mediterranean, Middle-East, and African Theaters 9,560 pages of official World War II Army history including 254 maps, 1,143 photographs, and 33 charts in 15 volumes written by Army historians covering the United States Army in the European, Mediterranean, Middle-East, and African Theaters of operation during World War II, archived on 3 CD-ROMS.

Each page of the volumes are graphically reproduced on the discs. The discs contain a text transcript of all text embedded into the graphic image of each page of each document, creating a searchable finding aid. Text searches can be done across all files on each disc. Color fold-out plate maps have been reproduced in full-color.

To produce these volumes Army historians had access to one of the largest masses of records and recollections ever produced dealing with World War II. These documents, including those of the enemy, have been explored by professional historians, with the cooperation of a host of participants and with all the facilities and assistance that the Office of the Chief of Military History. The volumes include ten covering the European Theater of Operation, one volume on the Middle East Theater, and four volumes covering the Mediterranean Theater of Operations



WORLD WAR II OFFICIAL ARMY HISTORY JAPAN/ASIA-PACIFIC/CBI

World War II Official Army History Japan/Asia-Pacific/CBI - 7,420 pages of official World War II Army history including 384 maps, 966 photographs, and 154 charts and tables, in 14 volumes written by Army historians covering the United States Army in the Asiatic-Pacific theaters of operation, during World War II, archived on 3 CD-ROMS.

Each page of the volumes are graphically reproduced on the discs. The discs contain a text transcript of all text embedded into the graphic image of each page of each document, creating a searchable finding aid. Text searches can be done across all files on each disc. Color fold-out plate maps have been reproduced in full-color.

To produce these volumes Army historians had access to one of the largest masses of records and recollections ever produced dealing with World War II. These documents, including those of the enemy, have been explored by professional historians, with the cooperation of a host of participants and with all the facilities and assistance that the Office of the Chief of Military History. The volumes include eleven covering the Pacific Theater of Operation, and three volumes covering the China Burma India (CBI) Theaters of Operation.



WORLD WAR II OPERATIONAL DOCUMENTS

World War II Operational Documents - 3,810 pages of World War II operational documents, archived on CD-ROM. These documents focus on World War II operations at the tactical and operational levels of warfare. Documents produced by field units composed of operation orders, after action reports, intelligence analyses, logistics appraisals, and similar analytics


WORLD WAR II OPERATION EPSILON CAPTURE OF GERMAN NUCLEAR SCIENTISTS

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


WORLD WAR II OPERATION FOXLEY BRITISH PLAMMIMG TO ASSASSINATE HITLER

122 page British SOE (Special Operations Executive) report on Operation Foxley, The British plan for the assassination of Adolf Hitler


WORLD WAR II OSS REPORTS - DONOVAN REPORTS

6,692 pages of OSS intelligence in the form of memoranda and reports created by the Office of Strategic Services, OSS, and sent by Major General William Donovan to President Roosevelt.


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


WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS

22,555 pages of hearings, exhibits and the final report of the Congressional Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack


WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR DAMAGE REPORTS & PHOTOS

World War II Pearl Harbor Damage REports & Photos - 165 pages of reports and photographs of damage done during the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, archived on CD-ROM. Much of this material was classified until 1994. The War Damage Reports classification was cancelled by authority of OPNAVINST S5513.16 on 12 September 1994.


WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK MAGIC JAPANESE COMMUNICATIONS INTERCEPTS

The 3,110 page, 8 volume Department of Defense study, "The MAGIC Background of Pearl Harbor.


WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK NSA HISTORY OF PEARL HARBOR INTELLIGENCE

664 pages of NSA monographs related to the Pearl Harbor attack.


WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK PHOTOGRAPHY


WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK RADIO NEWS AND "MAN ON THE STREET" INTERVIEWS

Twenty-two minutes of Pearl Harbor attack news and Five hours on "Man on the Street" interviews


WORLD WAR II PEARL ATTACK PEARL HARBOR SPY BERNARD KUEHN FBI FILES

777 pages of FBI Files covering the convicted Pearl Harbor spy Bernard Julius Otto Kuehn.


WORLD WAR II PEARL HARBOR ATTACK WHITE HOUSE WAR ROOM MILITARY FILES

2,455 pages of military files sent to and maintained in the White House war room, related to the December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, copied from materials held by the National Archives and Records Administration


WORLD WAR II SUPREME HEADQUARTERS ALLIED EXPITIONARY 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, archived on CD-ROM.


WORLD WAR II TECHNICAL MANUALS

World War II Technical Manuals - 10,440 pages of World War II technical manuals archived on CD-ROM. The 57 technical manuals date from 1941 to 1945. Some of the material was not officially declassified until February of 2005.



WORLD WAR II THIRD ARMY AFTER ACTION REPORTS

World War II Third Army After Action Reports - 4,186 pages of U.S. Army Third Army after action reports covering activity from July 1944 to May 1945, archived on CD-ROM. The Third United States Army was first activated as a formation during the First World War on November 7, 1918, at Chaumont, France, when the General Headquarters of the American Expeditionary Forces issued General Order 198 organizing the Third Army and announcing its headquarters staff.



WORLD WAR II U.S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE CHRONOLOGIES

World War II U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Chronologies - 1,415 pages of United States Army and United States Air Force produced chronologies, providing day by day coverage of World War II archived on CD-ROM. Covers Army and Air Force events in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, the Far East, the Pacific, and the Western Hemisphere.



WORLD WAR II WAR DEPARTMENT ATOMIC BOMB HARRISON-BUNDY FILES

9,038 pages of the Harrison-Bundy Files relating to the development of the atomic bomb, copied from material held at the National Archives


WORLD WAR II WAR DEPT INTELLIGENCE SERVICES TACTICAL AND TECHINICAL TRENDS

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: U.S. - JAPAN FOREIGN RELATIONS 1931- 1941 DOCUMENT TRANSCRIPTS


3,010 pages of transcriptions of diplomatic papers comprised of three volumes of the Department of State's Foreign Relations of the United States series.


WWII/U.S. INVASION OF JAPAN/A-BOMB DECISION MILITARY FILES

World War II/U.S. Invaison of Japan/A-Bomb Decision Miltary Files - 118 pages of U.S. military files covering the final months of the war with Japan, archived on CD-ROM. Documents cover U.S. invasion of Japan planning and the A-Bomb decision