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Digital National Security Archive Provides a Resource for Primary Declassified Government Documents

  • Posted by: Merrill Stein
  • Posted Date: May 4, 2020
  • Filed Under: Library News

By Merrill Stein

Named an “Outstanding Academic Title” by Choice Magazine, Digital National Security Archive (ProQuest), the publishing arm of the Association of College and Research Libraries, features over 50 collections of declassified government documents not presently available on the National Security Archive website.

Documents are digitized from microfiche and include White House communications, meeting notes, memos, and confidential letters, as well as chronologies and bibliographies. Topics covered include national security, human rights, nuclear proliferation, Korea, Vietnam, Latin America, and the spread of international communism. Coverage extends from the middle of the 20th century to the present.

Access to this archive is available via the Library’s Databases A-Z list and the catalog.


Merrill Stein is Political Science Librarian at Falvey Memorial Library.







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