Documenting Captured Records From Terrorist Organizations

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Article discussing documenting captured records from terrorist organizations.

This article discusses documenting captured records from terrorist organizations. During the 2003 invasion of Iraq, American forces captured 43,000 boxes of government documents and thousands of hours of previously unknown audio recordings. This article traces the release of these records, archival considerations, political initiatives, effect of these records on protecting the public, and future developments.

Creator(s): Gieringer, Morgan Davis
Creation Date: 2011
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UNT Libraries
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UNT Scholarly Works
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Gieringer, Morgan Davis

University of North Texas; University of Kansas

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Place of Publication: [Chicago, Illinois]
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  • Creation: 2011
Description:

Article discussing documenting captured records from terrorist organizations.

This article discusses documenting captured records from terrorist organizations. During the 2003 invasion of Iraq, American forces captured 43,000 boxes of government documents and thousands of hours of previously unknown audio recordings. This article traces the release of these records, archival considerations, political initiatives, effect of these records on protecting the public, and future developments.

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Department: Libraries
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3 p.

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Keyword(s): archives | terrorist organizations
Source: Archival Outlook, 2011, Chicago: Society of American Archivists, pp. 6-8
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UNT Libraries
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Publication Title: Archival Outlook
Edition: July/August
Page Start: 6
Page End: 8