ABC-CLIO: World at War - Search through articles pertaining to World War II. Complete a general search and use the "Search Within" feature on the left side of the screen to narrow your results.
ABC-CLIO: World History, Modern Era - Use the "Library" tab to narrow the topic and country that you are researching.
EBSCO - Narrow your search by subject, such as "military personnel."
BBC History: World War II - Articles on causes, events, and people from World War II, collected by the BBC.
History.com : World War II - Explore videos, photographs, and other visual artifacts from World War II.
Museum of World War II Boston - This link brings you to the visual tour of the museum. Click on any area to see examples of artifacts from that period of the war. Uniforms, letters, and propaganda are just some photographed exhibits you will find here.
National Archives - Documents, pictures, scans, and other primary sources from military records during World War II.
National Museum of the U.S. Air Force - Collections of artifacts from a museum focusing on the U.S. Air Force. Browse the different collections or search the website for World War II. The WWII gallery of the museum can be found HERE.
Smithsonian: The Price of Freedom: Americans at War - Click to enter the exhibit and select "World War II." Walk through the online exhibit by selecting artifacts below the main screen and proceeding to the next section.
United States Military: Uniforms of World War II - Items from a private collection are cataloged by military division. Blue links will take you to a picture of a specific item.
Jeep: The Story of the Legend: The jeep is one of the most iconic vehicles from World War II. Learn more about how it came to be and how it helped the Allies win the war.
Armored Fighting Vehicles: Read about the armored fighting vehicles that saw combat in World War II here.
47 Ships Sunk by Kamikaze Aircraft: Kamikaze pilots were some of the most feared in the Pacific theater. Read about the damage done by Japanese pilots and examine pictures of the destruction left in their wake.
The National World War II Museum: Explore the history of World War II at the National World War II Museum.
The Rise of Adolf Hitler: Find out how Hitler rose from being a failed artist and unremarkable soldier to one of the most powerful leaders in world history.
Information about World War II can be found between 940.53-940.54 on library shelves.
General military history is at 355.
Weapon and artillery books are located at 623.4.
To find more specific information about the print materials you can find in the library, search the Destiny catalog.