U.S. Declassified Documents Online

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Alternate title

Declassified Documents Online

Description

U.S. Declassified Documents Online is a collection of previously classified United States federal government documents. The collection covers major international events from the early 20th through the early 21st centuries. It includes documents from many agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Justice Department, the State Department, the National Security Agency, and the White House.

Some of the materials in this collection include cabinet meeting minutes, CIA intelligence studies and reports, correspondence, diaries, FBI surveillance and intelligence correspondence and memoranda, Joint Chiefs papers, National Security Council policy statements, Presidential conferences, State Department political analyses, technical studies, and archival material from presidential libraries and executive agencies.

The collection contains full page images of all documents, but portions of some documents are blacked out (redacted) for security reasons.

Dates covered

1900-2008.

Type of coverage

Document images.

Vendor/electronic presentation provider

Gale


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