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Imperial War Museum, London UK

The Imperial War Museum collections cover all aspects of twentieth and twenty-first century conflict involving Britain, the Commonwealth, and former empire countries. The strengths of the holdings are personal papers, including diaries and journals; photographs; audio-visual interviews; and ephemera. 788 more words

United Kingdom

Parliament and the Suez Crisis

Sixty years ago this week the Suez Crisis was in full swing and parliament was in uproar. Here we discuss the crisis through the eyes of the Commons… 1,008 more words

20th Century History

United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) Archive, Geneva, Switzerland

The United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) contains the archives of the League of Nations (and some of its predecessors), the archives of the UNOG, international peace movements, some private archives, and brochures and pamphlets. 1,335 more words

Diplomatic History

The Avalon Project: Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy

The Yale Law School and its Lillian Goldman Library has compiled a bank of documents in legal and diplomatic history stretching from Aristotle’s Athenian Constitution (in translation of course) to the report of the 9/11 Commission. 97 more words

European History

A Shared Love For Jazz: Kyrgyz Republic’s Jazz Band 'Salt Peanuts' Performs at the Kennedy Center

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The Republic of Kyrgyzstan declared its independence from the Soviet Union on August 31, 1991. The United States recognized Kyrgyzstan’s independence on December 25, 1991. 95 more words

State Department

Eisenhower & Cambodia by William J. Rust

The journalist, editor, and author William J. Rust specializes in mid-twentieth century interactions between the United States and Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, the three nations that once comprised French Indochina. 677 more words

Nonfiction