Provided in PDF format."The complete Report is now available with no redactions compared to previous releases.The Report is presented as Leslie Gelb presented it to then Secretary of Defense Clark Clifford on January 15, 1969All the supplemental back-documentation is included. In the Gravel Edition, 80% of the documents in Part V.B. were not includedThis release includes the complete account of peace negotiations, significant portions of which were not previously available either in the House Armed Services Committee redacted copy of the Report or in the Gravel Edition"National Archives
"Contains leaflets, flyers, posters, publications and ephemera. Gathered by the Social Protest Project primarily on Sproul Plaza for the UC undergraduate library between 1969-1982, the material primarly relates to the Vietnam War and Civil Rights demonstrations although there is significant material on Black Power, political issues, the Women's movement, lesbian and gay rights, Third World issues, the Left and Right, campus labor disputes, and the movement against nuclear power and nuclear weapons. "
Access various items related to the Vietnam war such as photos, service awards and an interactive Vietnam Wall where users can search for a name on the wall. Access to most items is available for free.
"This page draws together links to Gerald R. Ford Library historical documents and photographs concerning the Vietnam War available on this web site. A description of the Library's core holdings on this topic is also available."
"... this unique book samples all conceivable forms of oral and written documentation to illuminate the United States' involvement in its longest and most divisive war. From foot soldiers to generals, politicians to protesters, hawks and doves, their attitudes and experiences are graphically revealed."