Military Resources: Classified/Declassified RecordsGeneral
Ford Administration National Security Study Memoranda and Decision Memoranda, 1974--1977
This project makes available images of all declassified pages of National Security Study Memoranda (NSSM) and National Security Decision Memoranda (NSDM) compiled by the staff of National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft and issued during the Ford Administration.
National Security Archive
This website, maintained by the National Security Archive based at George Washington University, offers access to the Archive's massive collection of declassified documents.
Secret No More
Subject guide to thousands of FBI files now publicly accessible.
Chile Declassification Project
The State Department's FOIA features "What's New" at the bottom of the website giving access to agency-specific documents. The agencies include State Department, CIA, FBI, Defense, NSC, and the National Archives and Records Administration.
Human Rights Abuses in Chile
1973-1978 NARA News Release of June 30, 1999 announces the release of newly declassified records related to events during the Pinochet era in Chile.
Document Archive of Declassified Files from the Cuban Missile Crisis
Digital documents presented by the National Security Agency.
World War II
Holocaust-Era Assets: Declassified Records
Newly declassified records of importance to those engaged in research on Holocaust-Era Assets records are announced on this page. On this site the IWG also announces its newly declassified records.
NARA and Cold War Documentation: Access vs. Restriction
NARA's Michael J. Kurtz announces the impact of Executive Order 12958, which made major changes in the management of classified records.