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The GI Press, 1964-1977
This collection contains over 88,000 page images with searchable text taken from more than 2,400 periodicals and other items such as pamphlets and posters created by or for US military personnel during the Vietnam War era. Many were produced underground by US soldiers or veterans who opposed the war, using mimeograph machines or other inexpensive technology. These materials document the Vietnam War through the words of young people caught up in it. It is intended to complement official records published by the US government and the civilian underground press of the time, both of which are readily available elsewhere.
GI Press Collection Wisconsin Historical Society
International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam
This collection contains newspapers, newsletters and press releases, issued in various countries 1969-1978. The most important items are some 650 various titles of periodicals of the GI Movement. Important titles are
(Paris) 1968-1970, The Bond (Berkeley-New York) 1967-1974 and Overseas weekly (Frankfurt am Main) 1969-1973. In addition, there is also a large group of about 150 periodical titles relating to anti-war activity and military service issues in various countries. Besides the periodicals there is also a considerable quantity of GI Press ephemera, arranged by organization and author. There are also materials regarding individual deserters, their organizations and collective GI actions.Collection of GI Press, Deserters and Protest During the Vietnam War
Directory of Archival and Manuscript Collections related to the Experience of the Vietnam War created by Lasalle University
This comprehensive archive includes four sections:
This official government archive includes complete military archives for each unit of the military, for all major incidents.
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Extensive catalog of their holdings and others, including David Cortwright papers and photographic collections.
Tamiment Library, New York University
Extensive collection of archival materials from the GI movement and progressive movements.
Pacific Northwest Antiwar and Radical History Project, University of Washington, Seattle
Includes a special section devoted to antiwar GI and veteran organizing at Fort Lewis Army Base and McChord Air Force Base near Tacoma, complete with a timeline, oral histories, and digitized copies of GI antiwar newspapers.
Sir! No Sir! GI Movement Archives
Materials that David Zeiger collected with assistance from William Short and James Lewis, in support of his film Sir! No Sir! about the Gi Movement. They are divided into three categories.
The Sixties Project
Includes archival materials, books, articles and transcript of the Winter Soldier Investigation of 1971.
Vietnam Center, Archive, and Museum of the Vietnam War at Texas Tech University
The Vietnam Center and Archive has been collecting, preserving, and providing access to the history of the Vietnam War while encouraging research and education regarding all aspects of that experience. This collection includes: