The United States as World Policeman: Home

Professor Bentz, Youth Scholars, Summer 2013

What are Primary Sources?

A primary source is a document written or created during the event.        

Primary sources may also be created at a later date by those who have participated in the event.

Primary sources include:  autobiographies, diaries, speeches, letters, minutes, interviews, journals, narratives, memoirs, images, news film footage, autobiographies, official records, oral histories, and photographs.

This guide is a collection of mostly primary sources on a variety of eras/events related to the topid of the U.S.as the world's policeman.   Tabs will lead you to collections of information on that particular topic. 

Image source:   James Montgomery Flagg. 44-PA-71. National Archives and Records Administration.  Public domain.

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