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The History of the Second World War is Great Britain's official history of that conflict. UVic Libraries has many volumes of this multi-volume work, available in print. A complete list of the entire series is available here.
These are official histories of the US in World War Two, also known as "Green Books." The entire collection of the Army Center of Military History's United States Army in World War Two series is available on CD Rom (see link, above). A list of the "Green Series" books can be found online: http://www.history.army.mil/html/bookshelves/collect/usaww2.html. UVic Libraries also holds many of these titles in print - find them in the catalogue.
First and Second World War histories are available online. Korean, South-east Asian conflicts, and Peacekeeping and post-cold war operations are listed in bibliographies. These can be found in our catalogue or ordered via interlibrary loan.
These books, of which we have an incomplete set, document the results of the US Army Historical Divisions's 15 year project to document every aspect of the German War effort, first with German POWs (and later, with those POWs as civilian employees of the US Government). UVic libraries holds volumes 6, 9, 16, 17, and 19 through 24. This article by former UVic Instructor James A Wood explains the origins of these books in detail: http://ezproxy.library.uvic.ca/login?url=http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_military_history/v069/69.1wood.html