The United States Government offers many documents and online resources that help observe the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the entry of the United States into World War II. This blog will feature many such resources over the coming months.
Read and hear first-person “man on the street” testimonials about the Pearl Harbor attack on the After the Day of Infamy site from the Library of Congress American Memory Project.
View a list by state of World War II Army and Army Air Force Casualties from the Military Records Division of the National Archives and Records Administration. Also from the National Archives are these collections of World War II photographs and of pictures of African Americans serving during World War II.
If you’re heading to the Washington, DC, area, be sure to visit the World War II Memorial to learn more about the service of Americans during the war.
Currently on display in the Government Documents exhibit area in the Reference Department of Odum Library are examples of publications and information about World War II from the Department of Defense and the Department of the Interior as well as Congressional documents related to the war.