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Fold3 Library Edition

Fold3 Library Edition provides convenient access to U.S. military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served. Original records at Fold3 help you discover and share stories about these everyday heroes, forgotten soldiers, and the families that supported them. Fold3’s social networking aspect allows you to combine original historical documents and records found on the site with what you have in your own albums and shoeboxes to create an online memorial for someone who served.

Please note that the interface in the Library Edition of this resource may differ from the personal subscription edition, although the content should be the same.

Note: Fold3 does not work on Internet Explorer. To use Fold3, you will need to use another browser (other popular browsers: FireFox, Google Chrome, Safari, Edge).

 

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