What Happened to the American SST?

  The golden age of American aerospace prowess had to be the decade of the 1960s.  So many advances were being made across so many fields of aviation endeavor.  The Space Race demonstrated how the United States could safely and reliably place both manned and unmanned spacecraft into low earth orbit, to the Moon, and even … Continue reading What Happened to the American SST?

New Entries Released by the National Declassification Center

The NDC has released a listing of 94 entries that have completed declassification processing between January 3 and May 26, 2017, and are now available for researcher request. This release consists of records from both military and civilian agencies. Highlights include: Department of State, Records Relating to Cuba, Foreign Service Posts of the Department of State, … Continue reading New Entries Released by the National Declassification Center

New Releases from the National Declassification Center

The NDC has released a listing of 102 entries that have completed declassification processing between February 9, and June 26, 2015 and are now available for researcher request. This release consists of records from both military and civilian agencies. Highlights include: Department of the Navy, Naval History and Heritage Command, War Diaries, 1946 - 1953, Department … Continue reading New Releases from the National Declassification Center

NDC New Releases

The NDC has released a listing of  62 entries that have completed declassification processing between December 1, 2014 and February 6, 2015 and are now available for researcher request. This release consists of records from both military and civilian agencies. Highlights include: Department of the Treasury, Briefing Books Prepared for Secretary W. Michael Blumenthal, Department of … Continue reading NDC New Releases

New Releases from the National Declassification Center

The NDC has released a listing of 240 entries that have completed declassification processing between June 30 and October 10, 2014 and are now available for researcher request. This release consists of records from both military and civilian agencies. Highlights include: Department of the Treasury, Executive Secretariat Files, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA), Office of Public … Continue reading New Releases from the National Declassification Center

New Releases from The National Declassification Center

The NDC has released a listing of 286 entries that have completed declassification processing between March 7 and June 2, 2014 and are now available for researcher request. This release consists of records from both military and civilian agencies. Highlights include: Department of State, Records Of Nicholas Katzenbach, Department of State, Bureau Of Refugee Programs Office Of … Continue reading New Releases from The National Declassification Center

New Katyń Documents Declassified in 2013 and 2014

This post comes from Dr. Amanda Weimer, an Archives Specialist with the National Declassification Center. Two groups of additional records have been declassified within the past year as part of the ongoing efforts of the National Declassification Center to declassify all information found within the holdings of the National Archives relating to the Katyń Forest Massacre. … Continue reading New Katyń Documents Declassified in 2013 and 2014

The NDC Releases 403 New Entries

The NDC has released a listing of 403 entries that have completed declassification processing between August 5 and November 8, 2013 and are now available for researcher request. This release records from both military and civilian agencies. Highlights include: Department of State, U.S. Mission to Berlin, Classified Central Subject Files, Department of State, U.S. Mission … Continue reading The NDC Releases 403 New Entries

Berlin Symposium: A City Divided: Life and Death in the Shadow of the Wall"

Today's post comes to us from NDC blogger Neil Carmichael. On October 16, 2013 at 0900 a.m. the National Declassification Center at the National Archives, in partnership with the Historical Review Program of the CIA, will host a one-day symposium at the McGowan theater at the Archives building in downtown Washington, D.C. to tell the story … Continue reading Berlin Symposium: A City Divided: Life and Death in the Shadow of the Wall"