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  • L. Ron Hubbard - Church of Scientology

    L. Ron Hubbard - Church of Scientology FBI Files 2,826 pages of FBI files covering L. Ron Hubbard and the Church of Scientology archived on CD-ROM. Lafayette Ronald Hubbard, also known as L. Ron Hubbard, was born on March 13, 1911 in Tilden, Nebraska. Hubbard attended George Washington University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. He studied civil engineering from 1930 to 1932. He left the university to pursue his writing career. He wrote mostly science fiction articles for pulp magazines and

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  • Offical Army History Volumes

    World War II Offical Army History Volumes European, Mediterranean, Middle-East, and African Theaters 9,560 pages of official World War II Army history including 254 maps, 1,143 photographs, and 33 charts in 15 volumes written by Army historians covering the United States Army in the European, Mediterranean, Middle-East, and African Theaters of operation during World War II, archived on 3 CD-ROMS. Each page of the volumes are graphically reproduced on the discs. The discs contain a text transcript of all

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  • Pope John Paul II CIA

    Pope John Paul II CIA Files 218 pages from documents obtained from the CIA relating to Pope John Paul II. The material chiefly covers the impact of a Polish Pope and the Vatican on: Poland; the Solidarity movement; and the Soviet Union. Also, among the documents are briefs and an analysis of the allegations of a Bulgarian conspiracy, in the 1981 assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II. The files date from 1978 to 1989. Also included on the disc, in addition to the CIA material, is the text of the 45

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  • World War II U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Chronologies

    World War II U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Chronologies 1,415 pages of United States Army and United States Air Force produced chronologies, providing day by day coverage of World War II archived on CD-ROM Covers Army and Air Force events in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, the Far East, the Pacific, and the Western Hemisphere. Each page of the volumes are graphically reproduced on the discs. The discs contain a text transcript of all text embedded into the graphic image of each page of each

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  • TERRORISM - GOVERNMENT REPORTS

    TERRORISM - GOVERNMENT REPORTS 2 ,400 pages of government reports and documents from the CIA, FBI, Department of State, Department of Defense, Reagan Administration, United States Congress, U.S. Airforce, General Accounting Office, and more, dealing with terrorism and acts of terrorism archived on CD-ROM. CD includes: 137 pages of CIA documents relating to international terrorism, various incidents, threats and plans from 1974 to 1991, in Latin America, Middle East, Asia, and Africa. 48 pages of Reagan

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  • Civil War: Union Soldiers' Letters, Diaries and Journals Written While in the South

    Union Soldiers' Letters, Diaries and Journals Written While in the South 6,358 pages of handwritten letters, diary and journal entries made by 98 Union troops and officers, mostly written while stationed in the South during the Civil War, archived on DVD-ROM. This curation focuses on Federal soldiers who saw significant combat in the Confederate states. The material was written throughout the South in camps, hospitals, and prisons. Highlights include: John H. Brown - 24th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment -

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  • Howard Hughes FBI

    Howard Hughes FBI Files 2,285 pages of Howard Hughes FBI files, archived on CD-ROM. Howard Robard Hughes, Jr. was born in Houston, Texas, in December 1905, to a wealthy family. Orphaned at 17, he dropped out of school to take control of the family business, the Hughes Tool Company, which had made a fortune thanks to a patent it held for a special oil-drilling bit. Although Howard Hughes maintained control of the company, he quickly set out for Los Angeles to pursue two main goals, to become a famous movie

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  • U.S. Air Force Reports

    Vietnam War: Air-to-Air Combat U.S. Air Force Reports 3,405 pages of United State Air Force reports regarding air-to-air combat during the Vietnam War, archived on CD-ROM. Some reports in this collection were not declassified until 2006. This collection contains: Project RED BARON Reports Three reports created by the Weapons Systems Evaluation Group (WSEG). At the request of the Director of Defense Research and Engineering, the Weapons Systems Evaluation Group conducted a study of air-to-air encounters in

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  • Jack the Ripper - Whitechapel Murders Illustrated Police News (1888-1899)

    Jack the Ripper - Whitchapel Murders: London's Illustrated Police News 1888-1899 334 pages of The Illustrated Police News Law Courts and Weekly Record, 83 issues dating from April 7, 1888, to January 28, 1899, archived on DVD-ROM. In 1888, a series of unsolved homicides in London's Whitechapel district were attributed to a serial killer who would soon be referred to as "Jack the Ripper." The Metropolitan Police identify five women as victims of the same murderer: Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth

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  • War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Daily White House Summaries

    War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Daily White House Summaries 9,591 pages of the Daily Summary War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Respecting Hostilities with Axis reports (All theaters of war). 1,217 reports dating from December 11, 1941 to April 12, 1945, archived on CD-ROM. The White House Summary was a modified version of the War Department Daily Operational Summary. These summary reports were created by the War Department and sent to the Roosevelt White House. They cover the

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