Der har været ført krige i både nord- og
sydamerika både før og efter europæernes
opdagelse af kontinenterne i midten af den europæiske
middelalder. USAs udvidelse skyldes to ting: Køb af en
række landområder som eksempelvis Alaska og Lousiana og
krige. Krigene i Amerika med europæisk deltagelse starter som
indianerkrige, der med tiden udvikler sig til folkemord.
I rækken af ophørte amerikansk
baserede freds- militrnægter- og veteranorganisationer og i
rækken af ophørte politiske
partier protesterede mange af medlemmerne mod krigene.
There have been ongoing wars in both North and South America
both before and after the Europeans' discovery of the continents in
the middle of the European Middle Ages. U.S. expansion is due to
two things: Buying a range of areas such as Alaska and Louisiana
and wars. Wars in America with European participation begins as a
series of Indian wars that eventually evolves into genocide. In the
row of discontinued US-based peace, conscientious objectors and
veteran organizations and in the line of stopped political parties
many of the members protested against the wars.
Pequot indianerkrigen, New England 1634-1638 - Vincent [P.
Vincentius], Philip and Royster, Paul , editor, "A True Relation of
the Late Battell fought in New England, between theEnglish, and the
Salvages: With the present state of things there. (1637)" (1637). -
25 s. ; Electronic Texts in American Studies. Paper 35.)
Kong Philips' krig (1675-1676)
Tuscarora krigen, North Carolina, (1711-1715
Cresap grænsekrigen mellem Maryland og Pennsylvania
Den amerikanske syvårskrig / French and Indian wars
Pontiac indianerkrigen (1763-1766) - Eshleman, Henry Frank:
Lancaster county [Pennsylvania] Indians: annals of the
Susquehannocks and other Indian tribes of the Susquehanna territory
from about the year 1500 to 1763, the date of their extinction. An
exhaustive and interesting series of historical papers descriptive
of Lancaster county's Indians prior to and during the advent of the
Dunmore krigen eller Lord Dunmore's (indianer) krig, Ohio,
Uafhængighedskrigen mod Storbritannien (1775-1783) - The Black watch at
Ticonderoga. / : Frederick B. Richards. [- Glen Falls? N.Y.,
Nordvest-indianerkrigene (1785-1795), herunder St. Clair's
1812-krigen mod Storbritannien om Canada (1812-1815) - Music of the
War of 1812 in America (Annapolis: Colonial Music Institute, 2011)
by Kate Van Winkle Keller - http://www.1812music.org/resources.htm
; The annals of the war : illustrated by a selection of historical
Første seminolekrig - Indianerkrig i Florida
Invasionen af Grenada -
Operation Urgent Fury (1983) - U.S. Invasion of
Grenada. / : Covert Action Information Bulletin. January 1,
herunder Operation Iraqi Freedom og Operation New Dawn -
sidstnævnte fra september 2010 - Special Inspector General
for Iraq Reconstruction: Final Forensic
Audit Report of Iraq Reconstruction Funds. 2012. - 31 s.
'Congress appropriated or allocated the $51.4 billion in five major
reconstruction funds. The funds are: Iraq Relief and Reconstruction
Fund (IRRF), Iraq Security Forces Fund (ISFF), Economic Support
Fund (ESF), Commander’s Emergency Response Program (CERP),
and International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (INCLE).
Table 1 shows the totals by fund through Fiscal Year 2011.'
War Slang: American Fighting Words and Phrases Since the Civil
War. Second Edition. /: Paul Dickson.
- Washington, D.C. : Brassey's, Inc. 2004. -
U.S., Russia Sign Memorandum on Air Safety in Syria
By Lisa Ferdinando DoD News, Defense Media Activity
WASHINGTON October 20, 2015 — Senior U.S. and Russian defense
officials signed a memorandum of understanding today on air safety
in Syria, the Pentagon's press secretary said.
The memorandum of understanding, or MOU, is aimed at minimizing the
risk of inflight incidents among coalition and Russian aircraft
operating in Syrian airspace, Peter Cook said at a Pentagon's news
Allied Participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom. / : Stephen A.
Carney. Center of Military History, United States Army. Washington,
Leder: Den beskidte dronekrig. I: Information,
19. oktober 2015.
American Military Deaths in Afghanistan, and the Communities
from Which These Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines Came. /
Michael Zweig, Michael Porter, and Yuxiang Huang. Center for Study
of Working Class Life, 2011. - 46 s.
Brown University: ‘Costs of War’ Project: Estimated
cost of post-9/11 wars: 225,000 lives, up to $4 trillion, 2011.
Iran-Contraskandalen, 1985, 1986, 1987.
Towerkommissionnen 1986. Danske skibes transporter af våben
til Iran 1986.
Report of the congressional committees investigating the Iran-
Contra Affair 1987, Vol. 1-36!
Brug: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee to
Investigate Covert Arms Transactions with Iran, som
CRS: A Guide to U.S. Military Casualty Statistics: Operation
Inherent Resolve, Operation New Dawn, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and
Operation Enduring Freedom. / : Hannah Fischer, 2014.
CRS: U.S. Military
Casualty Statistics: Operation New Dawn, Operation Iraqi Freedom,
and Operation Enduring Freedom.
/ : Hannah Fischer. February 5, 2013. - 13 s.
'This report presents statistics regarding U.S. military casualties
in the active Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF, Afghanistan), as
well as operations that have ended: Operation New Dawn (OND, Iraq)
and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF, Iraq). This report includes
statistics on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic
brain injury (TBI), amputations, evacuations, and the demographics
of casualties. Some of these statistics are publicly available at
the Department of Defense’s (DOD’s) website, whereas
others have been obtained through contact with experts at
Mental Disorders Among OEF/OIF Veterans Using VA Health Care:
Facts and Figures. / : Erin Bagalman. February 4, 2013. - 11 s.
'Using data from the VA, this brief report addresses the number of
veterans with (1) depression or bipolar disorder, (2) posttraumatic
stress disorder (PTSD), and (3) substance use disorders. For each
topic, this report also briefly describes what the VA is doing in
terms of screening and treatment.
From FY2002 through FY2012, 1.6 million OEF/OIF veterans (including
members of the Reserve and National Guard) left active duty and
became eligible for VA health care; by the end of FY2012, 56% of
them had enrolled and obtained VA health care. The VA publishes the
cumulative prevalence of selected mental disorders among OEF/OIF
veterans using VA health care, based on information in the
VA’s electronic health records.'
History of US Rule in Latin America: Elections and
Resistance to the Coup in Honduras. Beginning with an overview
of the four Nobel Peace Prize winning US President's influences on
the region.Filmed by Paul Hubbard at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology on 12-15-09.
Treaty registered on 15 March 1950 No. 747.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America, France,
Australia, etc.: Treaty of Peace with Italy. Signed at Paris, on 10 February
The Home Front Encyclopedia: United States, Britain, and Canada
in World Wars I and II.
- Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 2007. - 1546 s.
Et godt og veldokumenteret almindeligt opslagsværk om
dagligdagen under de to krige.
The National Historic Landmarks Program: World War II and the
American Home Front. National Park Service, 2007. - 198 pp.
Iraq, Afghanistan, and the global war on terrorism : hearings
before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, One
Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, August 3, November 15,
Great Speckled Bird - Underground Magazine
The Great Speckled Bird was one of several underground newspapers
that appeared in the United States in the 1960s. Published in
Atlanta from 1968 to 1976, The Bird, as it was commonly known,
stood out among the alternative press for the quality of its
writing, its cover art and its fearless opinions and reporting on a
range of topics—national and local politics, the
counterculture, women's issues, gay liberation, reproductive
choice, music, art…The Bird was a new, radical voice from
Great Speckled Memories: Back when The Bird Really Was the Word
(UPDATE 1) . / : Jonathan springston. Atlanta Progressive News, May
'The Bird had a habit of criticizing the local establishment, be it
the police who harassed local hippies and Bird vendors, real estate
developers, or City Hall, especially then-Mayor of Atlanta Sam
The 1972 Office Firebombing
In May 1972, an unknown assailant(s) firebombed The Bird office at
240 Westminster Drive in the middle of the night. Most of the house
was destroyed along with back issues of the paper and other
artifacts. A police report was filed but no arrest was ever made in
connection with the crime. Most Atlanta residents denounced the
Cole, Ronald H.: Operation Urgent Fury : the planning and
execution of joint operations in Grenada, 12 October-2 November
1983. - Washington, DC : Joint History Office, Office of the
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1997. - 93 s.
Current operations in Bosnia, North Korea, Haiti, and the
Caribbean : hearing before the Committee on Armed Services, United
States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, May 10,
Dakota indianerkrigen i 1862 / Dakota War of 1862
Dakota Conflict of 1862 Manuscripts Collections. Microfilm Reel
- Saint Paul : Minnesota Historical Society, 1994.
This compilation comprises a variety of small collections of
letters, reminiscences, reports, diaries, and related materials
dealing with Minnesota’s Dakota Conflict and related
activities of 1862-1865. A collection summary, a reel contents
list, and a description of each individual collection are available
on the Internet: -
Digitization made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund
through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered
by the Minnesota Historical Society
Authorizing the use of United States Armed Forces in Somalia :
markup before the Subcommittee on International Security,
International Organizations, and Human Rights of the Committee on
Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third
Congress, first session on S.J. Res. 45, April 27, 1993 (1995).
A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of World War II Research
Collections: Records of the War Department's Operations Division,
1942-1945. Part 1, World War II operations [microform], Series A.
European and Mediterranean Theaters. / : Guide compiled by Blair D.
Hydrick. University Publications of America, 1993. - 39 s.
War of 1812 military bounty land warrants, 1815-1858
[microfilm] (1971). - 1196 s.
- United States. National Archives and Records Service
'"[Reproduces] 105 bound volumes containing two series of military
bounty land warrants issued between 1815 and 1858 to veterans of
the War of 1812, and four volumes of index to the
Records of the Bureau of Land Management. Record Group 49
reel 1. Indexes, 1812, 1814, 1842 ; Vols. 1-6 (1812), warrant
numbers 1-1726 -- reel 2. Vols. 7-14 (1812), warrant numbers
1727-4010 -- reel 3. Vols. 15-22 (1812), warrant numbers 4011-6314
-- reel 4. Vols. 23-30 (1812), warrant numbers 6315-8618 -- reel 5.
Vols. 31-38 (1812), warrant numbers 8619-10918 -- reel 6. Vols.
39-46 (1812), warrant numbers 10919-13220 -- reel 7. Vols. 47-54
(1812), warrant numbers 13221-15524 -- reel 8. Vols. 55-62 (1812),
warrant numbers 15525-17826 -- reel 9. Vols. 63-70 (1812), warrant
numbers 17827-20120 -- reel 10. Vols. 71-78 (1812), warrant numbers
20121-22382 -- reel 11. Vols. 79-83 (1812), warrant numbers
22383-23870; 3 unnumbered vols. (1812), warrant numbers 23871-24770
-- reel 12. 7 unnumbered vols. (1812), warrant numbers 24771-26870
-- reel 13. 8 unnumbered vols. (1812), warrant numbers 26871-28085
-- reel 14. Vols. 1-3 (1814), warrant numbers 1-855; 1 unnumbered
vol. (1814), warrant numbers 856-1076
Records relating to War of 1812 prisoners of war [microform]
(1995). - 347 s.
Records are part of RG 94, Records of the Adjutant General's
Office, 1780's-1917, and are designated as Subseries 2 of Entry 127
in the National Archives Preliminary Inventory (PI) 17. Preliminary
Inventory of the Records of the Adjutant General's Office,
1784-1947. The records primarily concern American soldiers, but
some also relate to civilians and British soldiers.
War of 1812 papers of the Department of State, 1789-1815
'Reel 1. Letters received concerning letters of marque, 1812-14.
Letters received regarding enemy aliens, 1812-14 -- Reel 2. U.S.
Marshals' returns of enemy aliens and prisoners of war, 1812-15
(Part I) -- Reel 3. U.S. Marshals' returns of enemy aliens and
prisoners of war, 1812-15 (Part II) -- Reel 4. Requests for
permission to sail from the United States, 1812-14. Passenger lists
of outgoing vessels, 1812-14 -- Reel 5. Correspondence regarding
passports, 1812-14 -- Reel 6. Agreements for the exchange of
prisoners of war, 1812, 1813. Miscellaneous letters received
concerning the release of prisoners, 1812-15. Reports of William
Lambert, secret agent, 1813. Memorandum regarding proper dress for
a U.S. Minister -- Reel 7. Miscellaneous intercepted
Burns, Annie Walker Major index to pension list of the War of 1812,
I-IV ([<1950-1966 >). - 224 s.
v. 1. Aaron to Adamson -- v. 2. Joseph Adamson to Thomas Alexander
-- v. 4. Josiah Allen to Charles Ames -- [v. 5.] Charles Ames ...
to Andrews, Henry or Henry Anders -- v. 6. Henry Andrews or Henry
Andrs to Anthoney- Anothony Applegate
Index to War of 1812 pension application files [microfilm] (1960).
- 780 s.
reel 1. A-Alld -- reel 2. Alle-And -- reel 3. Ane-Aus -- reel 4.
Aut-Bak -- reel 5. Bal-Baro -- reel 6. Barr-Bear -- reel 7.
Beas-Ben -- reel 8. Ber-Blai -- reel 9. Blak-Bop -- reel 10.
Bor-Brai -- reel 11. Brak-Broo -- reel 12. Bros-Broz -- reel 13.
Bru-Burm -- reel 14. Burn-By -- reel 15. C-Carl -- reel 16.
Carm-Cast -- reel 17. Casw-Che -- reel 18. Chi-Cla -- reel 19.
Cle-Cold -- reel 20. Cole-Conl -- reel 21. Conn-Corm -- reel 22.
Corn-Crav -- reel 23. Craw-Cum -- reel 24. Cun-Dau -- reel 25.
Dav-Daz -- reel 26. De -- reel 27. Di-Dot -- reel 29. Dunk-Edr --
reel 30. Eds-Ep -- reel 31. Er-Fa -- reel 32. Fe-Fla -- reel 33.
Fle-Fou -- reel 34. Fow-Fu11 -- reel 35. Fulm-Ga -- reel 36. Ge-Gi
-- reel 37. Gl-Go -- reel 38. Gra-Gree -- reel 39. Greg-Gy -- reel
40. H-Hame -- reel 41. Hami-Harm -- reel 42. Harn-Has -- reel 43.
Hat-Hed -- reel 44. Hee-Hib -- reel 45. Hic-Hiz -- reel 46. Hoa-Hon
-- reel 47. Hoo-Howe -- reel 48. Howk-Huns -- reel 49. Hunt-I --
reel 50. J-Jod -- reel 51. Joh-Jol -- reel 52. Jon-Ju -- reel 53.
K-Ke -- reel 54. Ki-Kna -- reel 55. Kne-Land -- reel 56. Lane-Led
-- reel 57. Lee-Lez -- reel 58. Li-Lon -- reel 59. Loo-Ly -- reel
60. M-McC -- reel 61. McD-McK -- reel 62. McL-Mann -- reel 63.
Mano-Mas -- reel 64. Mat-Merr -- reel 65. Mers-Mill -- reel 66.
Milm-Moon -- reel 67. Moor-Morr -- reel 68. Mors-Mu -- reel 69.
My-Ne -- reel 70. Ni-Ny -- reel 71. O -- reel 72. P-Pas -- reel 73.
Pat-Pen -- reel 74. Pep-Pic -- reel 75. Pid-Por -- reel 76. Pos-Pr
-- reel 77. Pu-Ra -- reel 78. Re-Rice -- reel 79. Rich-Robb -- reel
80. Robe-Rol -- reel 81. Rom-Ry -- reel 82. S-Sci -- reel 83.
Sco-Shar -- reel 84. Shas-Shy -- reel 85. Si-Smil -- reel 86.
Smit-Smith, R. -- reel 87. Smith, S.-Spe -- reel 88. Spi-Step --
reel 89. Ster-Sto -- reel 90. Stu-Sz -- reel 91. T-Thi -- reel 92.
Tho-Tun -- reel 93. Tin-Turb -- reel 94. Turc-Vanr -- reel 95.
Vans-Walk -- reel 96. Wall-Wats -- reel 97. Wau-Wes -- reel 98.
Wet-Wie -- reel 99. Wig-Willi -- reel 100. Willk-Won -- reel 101.
Woo-Wr -- reel 102. Wu-Z
The Budget of the United States Government for the Fiscal Year
ending June 30 1941.
- United States Government Printing Office Washington : 1940. -
'To translate the consideration of the Budget from forensics to
national needs, I submit a summary for the fiscal year 1941 of
approximate expenditures required to meet these needs: National
defense $1,800,000,000 ...
—These estimates represent expenditures needed to develop and
maintain our normal defense preparations. They also include, in
view of the current world situation, the emergency expenditures
required for the War and Na^'y Departments, the Coast Guard,
Department of Justice, and the Panama Canal. In order that these
emergency reqiurements may be clearly shown I have segregated them
for both the fiscal years 1940 and 1941. They call for supplemental
appropriations of $272,000,000 in the fiscal year 1940, and
appropriations of $302,000,000 in the fiscal year 1941.
Expenditures are estimated at $160,000,000 and $300,000,000 jn
these two years.'
Danske i kamp i og for Amerika, fra ca 1640 til 1865. /
: Peter Vig Sorensen.
- Omaha, Neb. : Axel H. Andersen, inc., 1917.
'A detailed history of Danes who fought in and for America from
1640 through 1865, most of whom fought in the American military,
although some fought for the British or French. The Civil War
section (pp. 180-381) is particularly detailed, often giving names,
regiments, dates and places of birth, and other facts of use to
United States. Adjutant-General's Office: Correspondence
relating to the war with Spain and conditions growing out of the
same, including the insurrection in the Philippine Islands and the
China Relief Expedition, between the Adjutant-General of the army
and military commanders in the United States, Cuba, Porto Rico,
China, and the Philippine Islands, from April 15, 1898, to July 30,
US NAVY: Use by the United States of a military force in the
internal affairs of Colombia, etc. [under the treaty of 1846]
Small Wars Manual, United States Marine Corps. 1921, 1940.
Documentary history of the armed neutralities, 1780 and 1800,
together with selected documents relating to the War of American
Independence 1776-1783 and the Dutch War 1780-1784 (1919).
United States. War Dept: Statements of apropriations,
expenditures, and balances, seacoast fortifications and field
artillery (organized militia artillery excluded) for the United
States and its insular possessions (Panama canal excluded) 1888 to
June 30, 1915 inclusive .. (1916).
The cost of war and warfare to June 30, 1903; extended by estimate
to Dec. 31, 1903 (1903)
Newton Allen: Alphabetical list of battles, 1754-1900; War of the
Rebellion, Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, and all
old wars, with dates: summary of events of the War of the
Rebellion, 1860-1865, Spanish-American War, Philippine
Insurrection, 1898-1900; troubles in China, 1900, with other
valuable information. Compiled from official records (1900).
Official army register of the volunteer force of the United
States army for the years 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65 .. (1865).
Compiled service records of soldiers who served in the American
Army during the Revolutionary war [microfilm] (1972).
The Creek War of 1813 and 1814 (1895). / Halbert, Henry
Sale; Timothy Horton Ball, joint author.
- Chicago, Ill., Donohue & Henneberry; Montgomery, Ala.,
White, Woodruff, & Fowler. - 354 s.
Eggleston, George Cary: American war ballads and lyrics;
a collection of the songs and ballads of the colonial wars, the
revolution, the war of 1812-15, the war with Mexico, and the civil
http://www.archive.org/details/americanwarball03egglgoog , og
The Black Hawk War, 1831-1832 : v. II,
letters and papers; part I, April 30, 1831-June 23, 1832
The Black Hawk War, 1831-1832 (1970)
The expedition against the Sauk and Fox Indians, 1832 (1914)
Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk war,
1831-32, and in the Mexican war, 1846-8, containing a complete
roster of commissioned officers and enlisted men of both wars,
taken from the official rolls on file in the War department,
Washington, D. C. With an appendix, giving a record of the services
of the Illinois militia, rangers and riflemen, in protecting the
frontier from the ravages of the Indians from 1810 to 1813
Autobiography of Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak, or Black Hawk,
embracing the traditions of his nation, various wars in which he
has been engaged, and his account of the cause and general history
of the Black Hawk war of 1832, his surrender, and travels through
the United States (1882).
Indian wars of the West [microform] : containing biographical
sketches of those pioneers who headed the western settlers in
repelling the attacks of the savages : together with a view of the
character, manners, monuments, and antiquities of the western
Gallatin, Albert: Peace with Mexico.
- New York : Bartlett & Welford, 1847. - 42 s.
Calendar of the correspondence of George Washington, commander
in chief of the Continental army, with the Continental congress
Historical register of officers of the Continental Army during the
war of the revolution, April 1775, to December, 1783 (1914).
Officers of the Continental army who served to the end of the war
and acquired the right to commutation pay and bounty land : also
officers killed in battle, or died in service (1849).
Murray, James: An impartial history of the war in America; from its
first commencement, to the present time ; together with the
charters of the several colonies, and other authentic information ;
likewise, the rise, progress, and political springs of the war now
carrying on between Great-Britain, and the united powers of France,
Spain, Holland, and America ; with a particular account of the
several engagements both by sea and land (1782).
Wrong, George McKinnon: The Conquest of New France: A chronicle of
the colonial wars.
Soldiers in King Philip's war; being a critical account of that
war, with a concise history of the Indian wars of New England from
1620-1677, official lists of the soldiers of Massachusetts colony
serving in Philip's war, and sketches of the principal officers,
copies of ancient documents and records relating to the war, also
lists of the Narraganset grantees of the united colonies,
Massachusetts, Plymouth, and Conneticut; with an appendix, 3d ed.,
with additional appendix containing corrections and new material
Andrews, Charles: The prisoners' memoirs, or, Dartmoor
prison : containing a complete and impartial history of the entire
captivity of the Americans in England, from the commencement of the
late war between the United States and Great Britain, until all
prisoners were released by the Treaty of Ghent, also a particular
detail of all occurences relative to that horrid massacre at
Dartmoor, on the fatal evening of the 6th of April, 1815. - New
York : Printed for the author, 1815. - 302 s.
Hubbard, William: A narrative of the Indian wars in
New-England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to
the year 1677: containing a relation of the occasions, rise and
progress of the war with the Indians, in the southern, western,
eastern and northern parts of said country. - Brattleborough:
Published by William Fessenden, 1814. - 370 s.
Murray, Ellen, "Rare Book Project" (2009). English Student
Research, Projects, and Publications. Paper 1.
Georgia State University. -
'In 1677, two editions of Hubbard’s work were
published—one in Boston and the other in London. Both were
quartos, but they had different titles; the Boston edition was
titled A Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians in New-England,
from the First Planting thereof in the Year 1607, to This Present
Year 1677. But Chiefly of the Late Troubles in the two last years,
1675 and 1676. To Which Is Added a Discourse about the Warre with
the Pequods in the Year 1637, and the London edition was titled The
Present State of New-England. Being a Narrative of the Troubles
with the Indians in New-England, from the First Planting thereof in
the Year 1607 to This Present Year 1677. But Chiefly of the Late
Troubles in the two last years, 1675 and 1676. To Which Is Added a
Discourse about the Warre with the Pequods in the Year 1637.
Smith, William: An historical account of the expedition
against the Ohio Indians in the year MDCCLXIV under the command of
Henry Bouquet, Esq., colonel of foot and now brigadier general in
America : including his transactions with the Indians ... to
which are annexed military papers containing reflections of the war
with the savages, a method of forming frontier settlements, some
account of the Indian country, with a list of nations, fighting
men, towns, distances and different routes.
- Dublin : Printed for John Milliken ..., 1764. - 130 s.