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The keyword search in the collection of websites allows users to look for websites on the subject of gender, military and war that provide access to Online collections of primary sources, educational resources and Online encyclopedia. The collection primarily includes websites provided by public institutions like archives, bibliographies, foundations, libraries, museums, research institutions or universities. The focus of the collection is on the wars of the twentieth century, especially the First and Second World War, because for them much more websites are available. Most of the included websites are in English, French or German.

Users can search for these websites by using one or a combination of two and more, keyword for their search. They can search for major wars, time periods, regions or countries. In addition, a thematic keyword search is possible, which is based on a selection of broad terms defined by the editors of the Oxford Handbook of Gender, War and the Western World since 1600 edited by Karen Hagemann, Stefan Dudink, and Sonya O. Rose (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2020). They represent some of its central themes and questions. For information on the various keywords and tags associated with the Bibliography, Filmography and Webography, go to About the Search Options.

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Title Institution Abstract Type of Source
European Peace Treaties of the Pre-Modern Era Online Leibniz Institute of European History

Created by the Leibniz Institute of European History, this site offers a digitized database of European peace treaties dating from 1450 to 1789. Users can search by date, treaty partners, language of the treaty, and the home archive of the original. The site also offers a full-text search feature, all available in English. As a clearinghouse for European archives, the database includes documents in French, German, Latin, Russian, Dutch, Spanish, Hungarian, Turkish and more, although English is little represented.

Legal Text
Europeana 1914-1918 – Untold Stories & Official Histories of World War I European Union

Hosted by Oxford University but uniting libraries, archives, and organizations from across Europe with aid from the EU, Europeana 1914–1918 serves as a clearing house for resources on the Great War. It is designed to provide a multisided perspective and facilitate the collection and preservation of additional materials (nearly 200,000 to date). Users can browse according to source type (diaries, photographs), as well as subjects (women, trench life). A search function allows users to find keywords in the collections of the site, but also its partner sites, which include the Digital Public Library of America, DigitalNZ, Trove (Australia), and Canadiana. The site is also linked to the European Film Gateway 1914.

Autobiography
Evaluation of Gender Mainstreaming in United Nations Peacekeeping activities in (MONUC/MONUSCO) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women

This evaluation report is a complementary report by United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) to the evaluation of the UN Peacekeeping Activities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo carried out in 2011-12 by the Inspection and Evaluation Division (IED) of the Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS). It provides an in-depth analysis of gender mainstreaming results in the Peacekeeping Mission asking: How effectively have human rights and gender equality been mainstreamed into the missions’ operations? To what extent have the missions’ mandates and operations been contributing to the goals of Security Council resolutions, including those on women, peace and security and the rule of law? What lessons have been learned in the missions with respect to addressing human rights and gender equality, the rule of law and other major mandate areas? What are the key challenges? This evaluation applied the SC resolution 1325 on women, peace and...

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Evaluation of the Enforcement and Remedial Assistance Efforts for Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by the United Nations and Related Personnel in Peacekeeping Operations United Nations. Office of Internal Oversight Services

Since 2003, the United Nations has developed and implemented a three-pronged strategy of prevention, enforcement and remedial action to address sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) by military, police and civilian personnel of peacekeeping missions. This evaluation assessed the results achieved in the enforcement and remedial assistance prongs of the above-mentioned strategy. Despite an overall downward trend since 2009, SEA allegations persist. SEA allegations involving minors accounted for over one third (36 per cent) of all allegations from 2008-2013. Four missions have accounted for the highest number of allegations: the United Nations Missions in Haiti (MINUSTAH), the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO), Liberia (UNMIL) and in Sudan and South Sudan (UNMIS and UNMISS). The largest number of allegations involved military personnel, followed by civilians and then the police. While civilians constituted 18 per cent of mission personnel, they accounted for 33 per cent of...

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Experience The Revolution: Timeline of Events 'National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior'

The National Park Service has created a subdivided, interactive timeline to aid students in learning about the American Revolution. The timeline is divided into five periods – the “Lead-in to War,” “Independence Declared,” “War in the North,” “Southern Campaigns,” and “Aftermath.” Each period is further divided chronologically into key events that took place during that period, and the events are accompanied by both textual and visual explanations. Many of the entries also have links to physical and virtual sites across the country that further explain the history and background of key developments.  

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Eye on the Reich: German Propaganda Photographs, 1939-1942 New York Public Library

This collection, presented by the New York Public Library Digital Collections, offers users access to a partial set of photographs that accompanied albums created by the studio of Adolf Hitler's personal photographer and published annually between 1939 and 1942. Cataloguing events of wartime history, the photographs portray a view of Nazi Germany as its leaders wanted it to be seen, including commemorating victory. All images have been digitized and the texts have been translated into English.

Primary Source Collection
Famous Speeches WyzAnt

A collection of famous speeches held by influential leaders of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, among those JFK talking about the Cuban Missile Crisis and Dr. Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Transcriptions of the speeches are provided as well.

Primary Source Collection
Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Color Photographs Library of Congress

Between 1939 and 1944, photographers working for the US Farm Security Administration and later the Office of War Information created approximately 1,600 color photographs depicting life in the United States, including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The pictures focus on rural areas and farm labor, as well as aspects of World War II mobilization, including factories, railroads, aviation training, and women working. Fewer in number than the much larger collections of black-and-white images, these are searchable and browseable, and accompanied by a brief introduction and a bibliography.

Primary Source Collection
Federation of American Scientists: Publications Federation of American Scientists

This website offers access to analysis by experts affiliated with the Federation of American Scientists in various ways on a range of issues. Reports include issue briefs, deeper technical analyses, opinion pieces, and articles in the organization's quarterly journal. Reports are both text searchable and browseable by document type and, within that, issue analyzed.

Primary Source Collection
Femmes et guerres au Viêt-Nam: expériences transnationales Guillemot, François

Conceived as an interdisciplinary documentary platform, this website is dedicated to expanding knowledge on the phenomena of wars and their relation to gender, using the Vietnamese experience as a guiding example. The objective of the site is to offer visitors a rich and varied textual, iconographic, audiovisual documentation online, on the more general theme of women and war.

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Filmarchives Online Deutsches Filminstitut

Filmarchives Online provides easy and free access to catalogue information of film archives from all over Europe. Via the multi-lingual web portal film works can be searched for by content, filmographic data and physical characteristics. Search results provide information about existence and location of the materials as well as contact details to facilitate the access. The focus of the database is on non-fiction material; i.e. documentary and educational films, newsreels, travelogue, advertising, scientific, industrial, experimental, sports films, as well as animation films. filmarchives online is the result of the MIDAS project (Moving Image Database for Access and Re-use of European Film Collections). MIDAS had been initiated as a pilot project in the MEDIA Plus programme of the European Commission. It ran from January 2006 until January 2009 and was carried out by 18 institutions and archives under the lead of the Deutsches Filminstitut – DIF.

Film Recordings
First World War: A Global View The National Archive

This website allows students to explore the global impact of the First World War through an interactive map, which highlights key events and figures in countries from Aden to Zanzibar. Drawn directly from records at The British National Archives, the map goes beyond the trenches of the Western Front and shows how the war affected different parts of the world. The First World War: A Global View is part of the First World War 100 Programme, which currently focuses on the contributions of countries and territories from the British Empire and Europe in 1914. The National Archive will continue to develop the map over the next three years, to show more countries and territories across the Middle East, the Americas, Africa and Asia.

FirstWorldWar.com Duffy, Michael

The purpose of this website is to provide a summary overview of the First World War. Created by enthusiasts for a general readership, this site provides users with overviews of major figures and events, maps, and digital text versions of documents. It also contains sections on various other aspects of the war, including art and literature, weaponry, photoessays on monuments and battlefields, and other resources.

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Flight and Rescue: Gallery of Photographs, Artifacts, & Testimonies United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

This special exhibit has been created in collaboration with the US Holocaust Memorial and Museum (Washington, DC) to tell the story of some 2,100 Polish Jews who successfully fled through the Soviet Union to Japan, Shanghai, and beyond before the Holocaust began in 1941. It offers users access to testimonies, photographs, and artifacts, which are browseable and searchable. Owing to the particiaption of Dutch and Japanese diplomats in these escapes, the site also presents exhibition materials in Russian, Dutch, Japanese, and Chinese.

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Fondi e Raccolte: Istituto per la Storia e le Memorie del '900 Parri Emilia Romagna - Biblioteca Digitale Istituto Storico Parri

A project of the Parri Historical Institute, Emilia-Romagna, this digital library provides users with access to materials digitized for preservation related to twentieth-century history. Collections include books, manuscripts, photos, posters, sound and video, and are searchable and browseable. All site pages are in Italian, while materials are primarily Italian with other European languages represented. 

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Foreign Relations of the United States: Historical Documents Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State

The Foreign Relations of the United States series presents the official documentary historical record of major U.S. foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity. Increasingly, the volumes are available as downloadable ebooks. Foreign Relations volumes are ordered chronologically and thematically, and are full text searchable. They contain documents from presidential libraries, Departments of State and Defense, National Security Council, Central Intelligence Agency, Agency for International Development, and other foreign affairs agencies as well as the private papers of individuals involved in formulating US foreign policy. In general, the editors choose documentation that illuminates policy formulation and major aspects and repercussions of its execution.

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Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies Yale University Library

In existence since 1981, the Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies has preserved film of interviews with Holocaust survivors and witnesses in New Haven, CT since 1979, and the originals have been deposited at the Yale University Libraries. Since then, the collection has grown to more than 4,000 testimonies comprising over 10,000 hours of footage, all compiled by more than 35 projects across North America, South America, Europe, and Israel. Users must create an account for Yale University Libraries' special collections and complete a request to conduct research with these materials.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum National Archives and Records Administration

Presidential Libraries are not libraries in the usual sense. They are archives and museums, bringing together in one place the documents and artifacts of a President and his administration and presenting them to the public for study and discussion without regard for political considerations or affiliations.

The first Presidential Library, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum hosts a virtual research room and digital repository, called  FRANKLIN, that provides free and open access to the digitized collections of the Library. It hosts over 800,000 pages of archival documents and 2,500 historical photographs, along with many detailed descriptions of archival collections not yet digitized. Holdings are related to the life and presidency of Roosevelt, as well as the activities of Eleanor Roosevelt, as well as of other important figures of the Roosevelt Administration...

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Frauen in Bewegung 1848-1938: Biographien, Vereinsprofile, Dokumente Österreichische Nationalbibliothek

Created by the Austrian National Library, Women on the Move, 1948–1938 is a project offering biographies and documents on the women who shaped the history of the Habsburg monarchy of Austria–Hungary and then, after 1918, interwar Austria, as well as profiles of the organizations these women founded. Resources are divided into collections defined by organization, individuals, publications and other criteria. Users can also access a timeline of events and substantive essays offering context. All materials are in German.

Autobiography
Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington Mount Vernon Ladies' Association

The Washington Library holds George Washington’s books and manuscripts, and many additional 18th-century books, as well as thousands of important 19th-century newspapers, manuscripts, and documents. The library’s collections contain both primary and secondary sources about George and Martha Washington, topics within the eighteenth century, and the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association. 

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French Revolution Chronology and Teaching Pack with Contemporary Prints University College London, Art Museum

The Art Museum of the University College London has compiled a timeline of the French Revolution, not only noting the key events of the conflict that changed the face of Europe, but also including a sidebar of corresponding artwork illustrating many of those events, both from contemporary and more current artists. The Teaching Pack with Contemporary Prints makes accessible a wide range of visual and textual resources for exploring the French Revolution in both Britain and France. Works include both pro-revolution and anti-revolution caricature prints produced in France and Britain, such as prints of male and female sans-culottes, the destruction of the Bastille, the death of Marat and the execution of Louis XVI, portrait prints of revolutionary figures from the Tableau Historique (a series issued in instalments in the early 19th century) and a sheet of post-revolutionary bank notes.

Graphic Material
French Revolution Timelines and Maps 'Alpha History'

Alpha History, an Australian-based group with academically trained authors and contributors worldwide, has compiled a collection of timelines and maps connected to the French Revolution. It includes detailed timelines of the years 1789 to 1795 and maps of France prior to the Revolution, an ecclesiastical map of France in 1789 so students can compare the changes made to church structures after the conflict, a map with special focus on the French provinces, and a map illustrating the local governments throughout the country at the time of the Revolution

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gahetNA nationaal archief

A project of the National Archive of the Netherlands (Nationaal Archief), gehetna.nl offers users access to millions of photographs, government documents, private letters and historical maps. In addition to sources on everyday life, the archive also contains unique documents from Dutch history dating back centuries. Searchable and offering full-text resources, the site also provides commentary and essays. Although primarily in Dutch, the site offers considerable English–language functionality.

Primary Source Collection
Garibaldi and the Risorgimento Brown University Center for Digital Scholarship

Created by the Brown University Library and its Center for Digital Scholarship, the Garibaldi Panorama and the Risorgimento Resource Explorer provides a digital archive for study and teaching of the life and exploits of a key actor in the processes of Italian unification, Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807–1882). In addition to the digitized panorama viewable on the site, users can access some 4,000 archival entries, including newspaper stories, illustrations, written accounts, and other primary sources, most of which are tagged to a specific scene in the panorama. Materials are primarily in Italian, but French, English, German and other languages are represented by several hundred entries. 

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Gemeente Amsterdam Stadsarchief Amsterdam City Archives

Created by the Amsterdam State Archive, this site allows users access to a range of collections on the city and its history. Under the heading of special collections, note those on the First World War and the African Slave Trade. All site pages and materials are in Dutch.

Primary Source Collection
Gender Equity and Peace Building: From Rhetoric to Reality Duvvury, Nata

This paper is the product of a review of literature on issues of gender in the context of conflict and post-conflict reconstruction. It was prepared as background material for an international workshop on gender equity and peace building jointly convened by ICRW and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). Key findings and research questions are presented in relation to the effective integration of gender concerns into policies and programs that shape post-conflict societies.

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Gender Mainstreaming: An Overview United Nations Office of the Special Adviser on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women

Gender mainstreaming was established as a major global strategy for the promotion of gender equality in the Beijing Platform for Action from the Fourth United Nations World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995. Mainstreaming works to situate gender equality issues at the center of analyses and policy decisions, medium-term plans, programme budgets, and institutional structures and processes. This publication discusses new findings regarding Gender Mainstreaming and its application in specific contexts such as policy analysis, research, or technical assistance before discussing institutional development for gender mainstreaming. [Foreword.]

Monograph/Academic Study
Genocide Archive of Rwanda Kigali Genocide Memorial

Created by a nongovernmental organization, the Genocide Archive of Rwanda is a large database of materials about the 1994 genocide against the country's Tutsi population. The digital collections include more than 8,000 photographs, videos, and archives documenting events before, during, and after the genocide, including reconciliation and recovery efforts. The collections are both browseable and searchable and include collections of first-person testimonies, of maps, and more. Although the site has an extensive English–language version, many materials, especially documents, are in French.

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Genocide Studies Program Yale University

The Genocide Studies Program at Yale University's MacMillan Center concentrates on interdisciplinary, comparative, and policy-oriented research into genocide and provides training to those in regions affected by modern genocides. Its historical research concentrates on the Holocaust, the genocides in Bosnia and Darfur, and on colonial and indigenous genocides. Resources available on the website include audio and video, bibliographies, databases, maps, and other materials, as well as links to related materials off site. Each historical and contemporary genocide is introduced by a brief introductory essay and is accompanied by a bilbiography and list of the program's publications.

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