- Outside of these pages, the best single source for information of this nature on the Internet is The Complete 9/11 Timeline, located at www.cooperativeresearch.org/. A project of the Center for Cooperative Research, the site is actually a compendium of timelines and historical information about the growth of terrorism in the Middle East, the events leading up to and following 9/11, US war crimes, the erosion of American civil liberties, and more. My timeline is more of an overview; the CCR effort is quite comprehensive, with many sources not listed here (although I fancy I cover material not covered in CCR).
- A simple way to keep up with the various totals and tallies of the Iraq conflict is to visit the Flash-driven Iraqometer.
- A detailed accounting of the US and British casualty lists can be found at Iraq Coalition Deaths.
- The links on the following pages worked at the time I visited them. Many news sites archive their stories after a time, so the links may not work at a later date. The articles should be able to be located upon searching the organization's site. In many cases, other sites will "archive" news stories originally released by mainstream media outlets; oftentimes I have linked to the archived story rather than the original source, which may no longer be freely available on the mainstream outlet's Web sites. Hence citations like (New York Times/CommonDreams) -- the story was released by the Times, and archived at CommonDreams. Visit my citations page for more information.
- Also note that many media sites require registration before you can view their content. Some sites even want you to pay for content. Rather than pay, you might look for archived copies on other sites by simply putting the headline into Google or another search engine. I also find the Internet Archive very useful. No, sadly, I do not have access to Lexis/Nexis.
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