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The National WW II Museum, New Orleans     View
The website for this museum, designated by Congress as the country's official World War II museum, features extensive information about World War II and the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944. Provides an overview of World War II, fact sheets (such as on ...

Famous Cases: Iva Toguri d???Aquino and "Tokyo Rose"     View
Background about Iva Toguri d'Aquino, who died in September 2006 and was most identified with "Tokyo Rose," a "fabricated name given by soldiers to a series of American-speaking women who made propaganda broadcasts" in the South P ...

Democracy at War: Canadian Newspapers and the Second World War/La Démocratie en Guerre: Les Journaux Canadiens et la Seconde Guerre Mondiale     View
"A fully searchable digitized collection of 144,000 contemporary newspaper clippings that report on the events of the Second World War." Short historical articles highlight scanned items from the collection relating to topics such as propag ...

Victory Mail     View
Companion website to a physical exhibit about the history of Victory Mail, "more commonly known as V-Mail, operated during World War II to expedite mail service for American armed forces overseas. ... V-Mail used standardized stationery and micr ...

They Drew Fire: Combat Artists of World War II     View
Devoted to the combat artists of World War II, who "depicted the war as they experienced it." Features a gallery of works; profiles of artists (Howard Brodie, Manuel Bromberg, William Draper, Richard M. Gibney, Robert Greenhalgh, and Ed Ree ...

Powers of Persuasion: Poster Art from World War II     View
A collection of propaganda posters used by the U.S. government to explain and promote the war effort in Europe and the Pacific. The exhibit is divided into two parts: patriotism, and the horrors of war. There are a number of familiar images, includin ...

World War II Poster Collection     View
Images of "over 300 [World War II] posters issued by U.S. Federal agencies from the onset of war through 1945." Searchable, and browsable by date, title, and topic (including war bonds, victory gardens, recruitment, and rationing; use ...

Cruel Seas: World War 2 Merchant Marine-Related Nautical Fiction 1939 to Present     View
"This annotated bibliography looks at merchant shipping during the Second World War as depicted in English-language popular fiction. Included ... are short stories, novels and novellas, all ... published during the War (1939-1945) or in the near ...

Canadian War Poster Collection     View
"Contains basic descriptions and images" of 150 Canadian posters from World War I and World War II, "an artist index, and an essay about Canadian War Posters." Browsable by category (recruiting, victory bonds, Food Board, war effo ...

Historic Government Publications from World War II: A Digital Library     View
Reproductions of several hundred government documents from World War II. From the Central University Libraries, Government Information and Map Resources Department at Southern Methodist University. Browsable by title and searchable.



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