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Subject Guide: History 202

War Letters from WWI to the Present 

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Academic Resources

NABB CENTER COLLECTION  --  YOU MUST USE THE NABB CENTER’S WWI & WWII war letter collections in your paper and cite to them at least twice.  (http://nabbhistory.salisbury.edu/) The NABB Center is open Monday 10 – 8, and Tues. - Fri. - 10 – 4.  The NABB Center is located on Wayne Street next to the Campus Police Station (where you got your parking permit).  You are responsible for going there on your own time to look at the war letters collection. 

 

 

SU BLACKWELL LIBRARY  --  YOU MUST USE THE BLACKWELL LIBRARY TO GET BOOKS FOR YOUR PAPER.  TWO BOOKS MINIMUM ARE REQUIRED. 

 

JSTOR RESOURCES  --  YOU MUST USE A MINIMUM OF TWO ACADEMIC SOURCES FROM JSTOR IN YOUR PAPER.  (Here are some suggestions to get you started.  There are many more.)

 

 

 
JSTOR

 

 

  1. Flags of our Fathers – Letters from Iwo Jima,
  2. From Vietnam to Iraq:  Continuity and Change in Between Group Differences in Support for Military Action
  3. Discursive Legacies:  The U.S. Peace Movement and “Support the Troops”
  4. The War at Home:  Anti-war Protests and Congressional Voting 1965-1973
  5. Letters Home:  We’re in this war too:  World War II Letters from American Women in Uniform by Judy Barrett Litoff, David C. Smith
  6. Khaki Fever and Its Control:  Gender, Class, Age and Sexual Morality on the British Homefront in the First World War
  7. The Fires at Home
  8. Two Letters from Indo-China
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