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  • Images of Napoleon and British Fears of Invasion, 1789-1815

    Collection of 1400 prints of political cartoons from the period of the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars (Oxford University Library 2009)

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  • Thomas Paine: African Slavery In America

    The essay was written in 1774, and just a few weeks later the first anti-slavery society in America was formed in Philadelphia. Paine (1736-1809) was a founding member (USA 2014).

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  • Herb Block: Political Cartoons

    From the stock market crash in 1929 through the new millennium beginning in the year 2000?, editorial cartoonist Herb Block has chronicled the nation’s political history, caricaturing twelve American presidents from Herbert Hoover to Bill Clinton.? (LOC 2011)

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  • World War II Poster Collection

    The Northwestern University Library’s World War II Poster Collection contains 338 posters issued by the U.S. government in an attempt to garner support for the war effort between 1941 and 1945 (2016).

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  • Surrender of Germany (1945)

    This resource group contains two facsimiles and a transcript of, and a background essay on Germany’s May 7, 1945 surrender at General Eisenhower’s headquarters in Rheims by General Alfred Jodl, Chief of Staff of the German Army (USA, PBS 2015).

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  • Oral Histories: Wisconsin Survivors of the Holocaust

    After the conclusion of World War II, over 140,000 Holocaust survivors came to settle in the United States. Over 1,000 of them ended up in Wisconsin, and their stories survive online courtesy of the work of archivists at the Wisconsin Historical Society. ?(2011)

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  • The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II

    Sources from the National Security Archive, founded in 1985 by journalists and scholars to check rising government secrecy, USA (2015)

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  • U.S. Supreme Court: Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (2010)

    Oral Argument and Opinion Announcement of the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010, that government may not ban political spending by corporations in candidate elections (The Oyez Project 2014).

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  • World War I and II Poster Collection

    ?War posters from World War I and II encouraged the people of the nations at war to buy war bonds, plant gardens, ration, enlist, or work extra hard for the sake of the war effort. A collection of these posters can be found in abundance on the library website of the University of North Texas (2011).  ?

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  • The National Archives: Ancient Petitions

    Over 17,000 images from petitions presented to kings, Parliament, chancellors, and other officers of state. For the most part, these fascinating documents fall into two primary categories: ”some ask for the redress of grievances which could not be resolved at common law; others are more straightforward requests for a grant of favour.” The petitions here date from the reign ...

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