Official Records

TERRORISM

1999 US report on terrorism Warnings from a Federal Research Division Report  / How Guerilla and Terrorist Groups End from a Federal Research Division Report.

Srebrenica 1995

Massacre and Aftermath from The Netherlands Institute for War Documentation.

WORLD WAR TWO: UNITED STATES

Nonbattle casualties

Prevention of Loss From Psychiatric Disorders The Surgeon General's World War II report

US 1st Division, 16th Infantry Regimental records

Roster of A Company, October 1941

Roster of E Company, October 1941

NORTH AFRICA TO THE END

2nd Battalion Report: Lessons Learned from Tunisian Campaign

S-4 Report: Lessons Learned from Tunisian Campaign

Monthly Historical Record Reports Covers garrison, transit, and training during periods of 1943 and 1944.

Summary of the Regimental Situation on D-Day / Prisoner of war summary: 6 to 30 June 1944 / Casualty figures from 6 to 8 June 1944

16th Infantry Journal: 7 May 1945 The end of the war as told in the 16th Infantry journal. Includes one of the few mentions in unit records of the concentration camp at Falkenau, liberated by the 3rd Battalion.

16TH INFANTRY MEDICAL DETACHMENT

History of the Medical Detachment 16th Infantry A first-rate World War II unit history, from the call-up to the end. / Comments and Criticism on Operation “Neptune"  The medical mission that failed on D-Day.

WORLD WAR TWO: GREAT BRITAIN

STAFFORDSHIRE YEOMANRY

D-Day War Diary The tank battalion whose tactics defeated the Panzer attack.

Intelligence map of Lebisey area: July 1944 Large file with interesting detail.

KING'S SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY, BRITISH 3RD DIVISION

D-Day War Diary The infantry battalion that marched alone to Caen—and faced the German counterattack on D-Day.

WORLD WAR TWO: CANADA

WINNIPEG RIFLES, CANADIAN 3RD DIVISION

D-Day War Diary