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The Japanese invasion and occupation of American territory in the western Aleutian Islands at the start of World War II is brought back to life through photographs, past and present. Since the Kiska site is one of the few battlefields to be left unaltered since the event, traces of the conflict have been preserved.
Annual, peer reviewed, online journal from the Society for History in the Federal Government - features articles by scholars working for and in federal offices, as well as academic scholars, that explore the evolution of the U. S. government.
Distributed free of charge domestically as well as overseas to members of Congress; public, academic and research institutions; learned societies and allied organizations; and to the more than 1,000 depository libraries in the United States.
Contains 12 complete collections: Afghanistan, Berlin Crisis, Cuban Missile Crisis, El Salvador, Iran-Contra, Intelligence Community, Iran Revolution, Military Uses of Space, Nicaragua, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, Phillipines, South Africa
Contains a comprehensive collection of primary documents including declassified documents regarding critical U.S. policy decisions.
Section 501 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) documents have been posted on the Office of the Director of National Intelligence site (ODNI). These documents include: orders and opinions of the Foreign Surveillance Court; reports to Congress; other reports; training slides and other internal documents.
The Director of the CIA established Project CAESAR in 1952; and this series of working papers was published from 1953-1972. The purpose of Project CAESAR was to study the members of, and events affecting the Soviet leadership hierarchy. The collection focuses on internal policies and politics.