A Nazi commemorative atlas of Operations Barbarossa was captured by U.S. troops after the fall of Berlin in World War II. The only one known to exist, it is housed in the Geography and Maps Division.
The personal papers of Sigmund Freud at the Library of Congress have been digitized and are available online Included on the Library’s website for streaming are 11 home movies of Freud made between 1928 and 1939. Margaret McAleer, a historical specialist of modern America in the Library’s Manuscript Division, oversees the Library’s more than 100 collections […]
The Library of Congress is using the Story Maps platform to tell multi-media stories.
The Library has featured some of its best historical photographs on a Flickr page for years, with more than 34,000 images in more than 45 albums. If you haven’t checked it out before, we hope you’ll take a minute now. Delights abound. Readers have flocked to see the 1930s-40s in Color album, with more than 3.9 million […]
Library experts explain how they built the extensive “D-Day Story Map.”
Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Gettysburg farmhouse served as his “temporary White House” during his two terms as president.
A top-secret, raised-relief model of Utah Beach helped the Allied leadership, including Eisenhower and Montgomery, plan for D-Day.