About the Wilson Center Digital Archive
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The Wilson Center Digital Archive is a resource where students, researchers, journalists, and others can access once-secret documents from governments and organizations all over the world.
Constructed and maintained by the Wilson Center's History and Public Policy Program, the Digital Archive contains declassified historical materials from archives around the world, much of it in English translation. The historical documents presented in the ever-expanding Digital Archive provide unique insights into recent international history, and serve to deepen and enrich international scholarship, history education, and public policy debate on important global issues and challenges.
Past and present supporters of the Digital Archive include:
- Blavatnik Family Foundation;
- Carnegie Corporation of New York;
- Chun & Jane Chiu Family Foundation;
- Henry Luce Foundation;
- John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation;
- Korea Foundation;
- Lenfest Foundation;
- Leon Levy Foundation;
- Republic of Korea Ministry of Unification;
- Smith Richardson Foundation;
- Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars;
- and other individual and anonymous donors.
The Digital Archive website was developed by d'Vinci Interactive, a custom eLearning solutions provider for corporate, government, medical, non-profit, and K-12 target markets based out of Hagerstown, Maryland.
Last updated: October 7, 2022.