We are happy to be able to open free access to more than 1 million images and documents from The National Archives and others. Here’s an example of a diagram found in the WWII Japanese Air Targets Analyses (WWII) documents… … Continue reading
You may have noticed that on the new Title Information Pages we try to include at least a couple of sample images to give people a better idea of what they’ll find in each title. You’ll see these images in … Continue reading
We just wanted to remind everyone that some of the Footnote team will be in Ft. Wayne, Indiana this week for the FGS Conference. We will have our booth set up next to Dick Eastman and the laptop lounge. So, … Continue reading
We will be holding a meeting of Footnote.com members at the 2007 FGS Conference in Ft. Wayne, Indiana on Saturday, August 18, 2007 at 2pm. The meeting will be held at the Grand Wayne Center Board Room. Footnote members who … Continue reading
There is no master plan of History. Events happen, we witness and, later, we try to make sense of them. When tragic or momentous events do occur, we often seek to forgo patience for prescience. We want it all to … Continue reading
In July 1947, the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) issued a press release saying they had recovered debris of a crashed “flying disc” sparking intense media interest. They later corrected themselves by stating the materials were that of a downed … Continue reading
Which two people died on the 4th of July? Benjamin Franklin Born: 1706 George Washington Born: 1732 John Adams Born: 1735 John Hancock Born: 1737 Thomas Jefferson Born: 1743 Abraham Lincoln Born: 1809 Good luck.