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Veterans Day Learning Resources

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Presents medical and mortality statistics and records on 35,747 white males who served in the Union Army. [...] »

More than 30 letters cover conflicts from the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812 to war in Iraq. [...] »

Collects photographs, texts, and oral histories drawn from 15 Kentucky colleges, universities, libraries, and historical societies. [...] »

Teach U.S. Navy history using photographs, paintings, documents, oral histories, historical overviews, and more. [...] »

Listen to oral history interviews with Americans who served overseas and on the home front during World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam, and the Cold War. [...] »

Browse through a multitude of resources on Vietnam and the Vietnam War, including oral histories, video interviews, and primary source documents. [...] »

Presents video and audio oral histories and additional material from American veterans of 20th-century wars. [...] »

Provides an overview of World War I through essays, diaries, posters, audio files, and other primary and secondary sources. [...] »

Examines the history and culture of the state of Georgia, presenting an extensive range of primary sources. [...] »

Peruse every edition of the "official newspaper" of the U.S. Army fighting forces during World War I. [...] »

 
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