World War II PathFinder Pathfinder
Gale Databases - Best known for its accurate and authoritative reference content as well as its intelligent organization of full-text magazine and newspaper articles. Click here for a list of the available professional Journals.
Web ResourcesPropaganda Posters: The National WWII Museum.WWII Research Starters: You can get a basic introduction to major WWII topics, see recommended secondary sources, and view primary sources you can use from the Museum’s collection. Topics include: D-Day, Higgins Boats, Rationing, Women in WWII, The Holocaust, The Homefront and the GI BillPropaganda in WWII: The Man Behind Hitler seriesIs War Good for Medicine?: Standford Medicine Magazine
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Online Citation Resources
Online Citation CreatorsEasybib - This is a great all around citation machine that auto fills and has a wide variety of sources.Bibme- The fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. This citation machine is the best choice for students who are using several different books, because it is linked to Worldcat (the world's largest online catalog.
NoodleTools Express - MLA bibliography maker. This citation machine is perfect if you have a wide variety of resources that you need to cite.
(Citing a Photo or Illustration in an Archive) NoodleTools Express - Use this online tool to cite a photo that is part of an archive.
Citation GuidesMLA Citation Style- A color-coded list of various MLA citation examples and tips
OWL at Purdue- A guide from Purdue University on using MLA guidelines in research papers, and citing all sources from a single book to government documents.Citing from Gale Literary Volumes- Citing from Gale Literary Volumes - Extra help on using these tricky reference books.