WW2DB Unveils Yet Another New Feature
The World War II Database website (http://ww2db.com) is unveiling the new Documents subsection in the Reference section, which is to be a repository of various historical documents pertaining to WW2 history. Currently, it contains documents such as the Japanese Instrument of Surrender, the German Declaration of War on the United States, and Interrogations of Japanese Officials, but it will not stop there. An ever-growing section much like other areas of the website, a long list has already been drawn up that will serve as the road map to expand the subsection. This new repository can be found at http://ww2db.com/ref.php.
The opening of this new subsection comes less than a month after the opening of the new Operations subsection, also located in the Reference section.
Again, WW2DB.com welcomes any comments, feedback, and reports of any factual errors from its visitors.
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