Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection, Brown University Library.
Artists under Fire: Remembering the Great War, 1914-1918. Online exhibition from the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
Base: Advancing a Post-Military Landscape. Photographic archive of the the Navy facilities at Quonset Point.
Bound for Glory: America in Color, 1939-1943. Library of Congress online exhibition of color photographs taken for the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Administration.
Calisphere: Images of World War I from California institutions.
Calisphere: Images of World War II from California institutions.
Calisphere: Images of the Vietnam War from California institutions.
Calisphere: Japanese-American Relocation Digital Archive.
A Child's War: The First World War Sketchbooks of Frank Hinder. From the National Art Archive, Art Gallery of New South Wales. Part of the Google Cultural Institute.
Dazzle Camouflage: Online Exhibition at Rhode Island School of Design.
Europeana 1914-1918: "Untold stories & official histories of WWI." Resources from libraries, archives, and private collections across the world.
Fortified Places. Site about bastioned fortifications.
National Archives: Documents and Images related to individual American wars.
Polish Peace Posters. Printed for the World Peace Council between 1948 and 1978. SUNY at Buffalo Libraries Digital Collections.
Robin G. Stanford Collection of Civil War Stereographs. Library of Congress site.
War Art in the National Archives (United Kingdom). Set on Wikimedia.
ALA's Library War Service Campaign. Photographs from the American Library Associations's campaign to provide reading material to World War I era soldiers. Includes many photos of army camp life.
William Emerson Strong Photograph Album: Portraits of 200 military officers and "notorious characters" of the Confederacy. Duke University site.
World Images: Choose pulldown menu in Portfolio Index for various collections under Warfare.
World War II Photos Image Slider. Left click on the historic photo and drag mouse to see the site as it is today.
Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte Farbdia Archiv. Contains 39,000 digitized records of frescoes and murals in eastern Europe as compiled by the Nazi regime during World War II.
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