Digital History: Summary of Peers Report
Hugh Thompson Foundation
Famous American Trials: The My Lai Courts Martial 1970
Military Legal Resources: Peers Inquiry (complete investigation report and testimony transcripts)
"Nation: My Lai, An American Tragedy." Time , 5 December 1969.
"Nation: Probing the Massacre Probe." Time, 12 December 1969.
Raimondo, Tony, MAJ, JA. "The My Lai Massacre: A Case Study." Human Rights Program, School of the Americas. Fort Benning, Georgia.
The Virtual Vietnam Archive
WGBH Media Library and Archives' Vietnam Collection
Angers, Trent. The Forgotten Hero of My Lai: The Hugh Thompson Story. Lafayette: Acadian House Publishing, 1999.
Belknap, Michal R. The Vietnam War on Trial: The My Lai Massacre and the Court-Martial of Lieutenant Calley Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2002.
Bilton, Michael and Sim, Kevin. Four Hours in My Lai. New York: The Penguin Group, 1992.
Gershen, Martin. Destroy or Die: The True Story of My Lai. New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1971.
Hammer, Richard. The Court-Martial of Lt. Calley. New York: Coward, McCann, & Geoghegan, Inc., 1971.Hersh, Seymour M. Cover-Up: The Army’s Secret Investigation of the Massacre at My Lai 4.
Hersh, Seymour M. My Lai 4. New York: Random House, 1970.
Hersh, Seymour M. "The Massacre at My Lai." From Pilger, John, ed. Tell Me No Lies: Investigative Journalism that Changed the World. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2005.
“Massacre at My Lai.” Life. December 5th, 1969: 39.
McCarthy, Mary. Medina. New York: Harcourt Brace Jonanovich, 1972.
Olson, James Stuart, Randy Roberts. My Lai: A Brief History with Documents. Palgrave Macmillan, 1998.
Peers, Lt. Gen. William R. The My Lai Inquiry. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1979.
Watson, Bruce. When Soldiers Quit: Studies in Military Disintegration. Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997.
Wilson, William. “I Had Prayed to God that this Thing was Fiction,” American Heritage Magazine Volume 41, Issue 1. (1990).
The stories of ordinary people in the tumultuous years after the Civil War, when America struggled to rebuild the Union.
Two days in 1967 revealed a nation divided over a war that continues to haunt us.
In 1960, Francis Gary Powers' U-2 spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union.
The U.S. and the Soviet Union race to build the hydrogen bomb during the Cold War, thus beginning the nuclear arms race.
After the Soviet blockade of West Berlin, British and American pilots delivered tons of food and fuel to the German city by airplane for nearly a year.
On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invaded Normandy, fighting to free Europe from Nazi occupation and end World War II.
The staggering death tolls of the Civil War permanently altered the character of the republic and the psyche of the American people.
While the U.N. debated strategies for control of atomic energy, the U.S. Navy was preparing for nuclear tests on Bikini Island.