Research project into the Kaiser Company's provision of shipyard child care centers for working mothers during the Second World War.
Includes declarations of war, proclamations affecting enemy aliens, internment and radio speeches by President Franklin Roosevelt (The Avalon Project at Yale University Law School).
A memorial to George Air Field in Lawrenceville, Illinois. George Field was an Army Air Training school during World War Two. Includes history of the base, image gallery, and links to related sites.
Company that offer photocopies of historical military documents, especially US Tables of Organization and Equipment (TOE), by mail order.
Study of US military censorship on Greenland 1941-45. Unit, base and naval censor used by patrol cutters and shore bases.
WWII and Cold War structures remaining on Kodiak Island explained.
An account of the Navajo volunteers employed by the United States Marine Corps in communications security roles in the Pacific Theater during World War Two.
Examines the German roots of the United States' airborne units of World War Two.
A multimedia presentation containing historical information about "Victory Gardening" efforts in support of the war.
Retells the story of Detachment 101, which gathered intelligence, harassed the Japanese through guerrilla actions, identifyied targets for the Army Air Force to bomb, and rescued downed Allied airmen from April, 1942.