13 December 2010
Many of you probably noticed that last week, December 7th, was the 69th anniversary of
To commemorate that infamous day and World War II, subscription web-site Footnote.com has made two databases from its collection FREE during the month of December.
- Pearl Harbor Muster rolls, the quarterly Muster Rolls and related documents for the United States Navy’s fighting ships, ground organizations, and shore facilities that were present on the
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- World War II Diaries, 1942-1945, submitted by most units in the Navy (most Marine Corps war diaries were submitted by aviation units such as fighter squadrons), provide a day-to-day record of operational and sometimes administrative activities. This database contains 251,082 document images.
- The National World War II Memorial includes a registry of citizens who contributed to the war effort, including army service members. This list was compiled by public enrollment and governmental sources. The registry can be searched for free.
- NARA's Access to Archival Databases has several databases regarding World War II army service, such as listings of prisoners of war (c. 1941-1946) and U.S. Army enlistment records (c. 1938-1946).