Library - Subjects

Supporting Materials for Sir! No Sir!

GI Organizations - Articles in GI Press Libraries


  • American Servicemen's Union

Army Flips (Vietnam GI, no. 1)
ASU Power (Rap!, no. 10)
American Servicemen's Union (Black Panther Paper, February 7 1970)
Broken Arrow-ASU-Selfridge AFB (Broken Arrow, no. 13)
The Chips are Down at Dix (The Bond, vol. 3, no. 7)
Fort Dix Uprising (AWOL, no. 11)
GI's Busted for Bombings (All Ready on the Left, no. 4)
GI's Fight Back (A Four Year Bummer, vol. 2, no. 7)
Help Us to Organize for Justice (Pamphlet)
How You Stand (Broken Arrow, no 11)
Join the Anti-War Movement (Top Secret, no. 2)
Join the GI Union (USAF, no. 1)
Join Us Now! (Broken Arroe, no. 9)
Just A Little Rap (Rap!, no. 10)
On the Need for GI Organization - the ASU (Aboveground, vol. 1, no. 6)
Press Release (Black Panther Paper, November 1 , 1969)
We Need a Union (The Bond, vol. 2, no. 3)

  • Baltimore GIs United

Statement of Purpose (Open Ranks, vol. 1, no. 5)

  • The Black Brigade

The Birth of the Black Brigade (Bragg Briefs, vol. 2, no. 5)
The Black Brigade (Do It Loud, no. 1)

  • Black United Soldiers

A Day Of Solidarity (A'bout Face, no. 6)

  • California Veteran Movement

The California Veteran no. 1

  • Committe for GI Rights

Ft. Ord GIs Protest War; Brass' Threats Fall Flat (The Bond, vol. 2, no. 3)

  • Committee of Fort Jackson Conscientious Objectors

Conscientious Objectors Unite at Fort Jackson (GI Press Service, vol. 1, no. 6)

  • Concerned Officers Movement

COM Mon Sense volume 2, no. 1
COM Newsletter no. 1
COM Newsletter no. 3
COM Newsletter no. 4
History (Concerned Officers Movement Newsletter, no. 1)
San Diego: U.S.S. Constellation--Connie Vote (Camp News, vol. 2, no. 8)
Policy Statement (Concerned Officers Movement Newsletter, no. 3)
Common Sense (Concerned Officers Movement Newsletter, no. 4)

  • Enlisted Men For Justice

Enlisted Men For Justice (About Face! The U.S. Servicemen's Fund Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 6)

  • Fort Hamilton GI's United

Ft. Hamilton GIs Unite (Xpress, no. 1)
Ft. Hamilton GIs United (Xpress, no. 2)

  • Fort Hood United Front

We Don't Want Your Rip Off Store (Camp News, vol. 2, no. 8)

  • Ft. Lewis Stockade Liberation Front

They Can Jail a Revolutionary, But They Can't Jail the Revolution (Fed Up!, vol. 1, no. 3)

  • GI Alliance

Antiwar GIs From National Clearing House to Coordinate Activities (Black Panther Paper, October 18, 1969)
GI Alliance
(A Four Year Bummer, vol. 2, no. 5)
GI Alliance Newsletter no. 1
Report on the GI Conference, held May 29-31 1970 in Atlanta (pamphlet)

  • GI Association

Peace is the GI's Cause (The Ally, no. 9)

  • GI Civil Liberties Defense Committee

Antiwar GI Harassment at Fort Jackson (Black Panther Paper, November 22, 1969 )
Appeal for Support for Ed Jurenas
Appeal for Support for Joe Miles
Free Richard Chase
G.I.’s and the Right of Free Speech (Top Secret, no. 1)
The GI Civil Liberties Defense Committee (USAF, no. 2)
GIs United Formed (Counterpoint, vol. 2, no. 15)
GIs Win at Fort Jackson (AWOL, no. 5)
GI Defender vol. 2, no. 1
GI Defender May 1970
GICLDC Newsletter no. 1
GICLDC Newsletter no. 2
GICLDC Newsletter no. 3

 

  • GI Civilian Alliance for Peace

GI Civilian Alliance for Peace (Up Front, no. 3)
GIs United Formed (Counterpoint, vol. 2, no. 15)
Join the Anti-War Movement (Top Secret, no. 2)
On Going Underground (Counterpoint, vol. 2, no. 6)
We Disagree (The Ally, no. 16)

  • GI Coordinating Committee

GI News and Discussion Bulletin: Conference '71

  • G.I.’s and Veterans against the war in Vietnam

Airman Mays vs Norton AFB (About Face, no. 2 )
Antiwar E.M.s Rally in Riverside (About Face, no. 4)
G. I. V. A. W. V. (Broken Arrow, no. 7 )

  • GIs for Peace - Fort Bliss

GIFP Must Maintain Broad Base (Gigline, vol. 1, no. 3)
GIs For Peace - Ft. Bliss, Texas (pamphlet)
GIs for Peace Moves Ahead at Fort Bliss (Camp News, vol. 1, no. 7 )
GIs for Peace is established among soldiers (Gigline, vol. 2, no. 4)
GI's Organizing at Fort Bliss (GI Press Service, vol. 1, no. 7)

  • GIs United Against the War in Vietnam - Fort Bragg

Bragg GI's Stage Demonstration (GI Press Service, vol. 1, no. 10)
A Cloak for the Kangaroo (Bragg Briefs, vol. 2, no. 4 )
GIs Unite at Ft. Bragg (AWOL, no. 4)
GIs United at Fort Bragg, North Carolina (G.I.C.L.D.C. Newsletter, no. 1)
Within a Week of the Appearance of Bragg Briefs (Bragg Briefs, vol. 2, no. 1 )

  • GIs United Against the War in Vietnam - Fort Hamilton

GIs United: The Band Plays FTA at Fort Hamilton (Camp News, vol. 1, no. 7 )
Ft. Hamilton GIs Unite (Xpress, no. 1)
Victory at Ft. Jackson (Counterpoint, vol. 2, no. 12)

  • GIs United Against the War in Vietnam - Fort Jackson

EMs Sue the Army (About Face, no. 2 )
Army Drops Charges Against Some Fort Jackson Antiwar GIs (G.I.C.L.D.C. Newsletter, no. 1)
The Case of GIs United Against the War in Vietnam, Ft. Jackson, S.C. (A Four Year Bummer, vol. 1, no. 1)
Fort Jackson 8 (AWOL, no. 3)
Four Anti-War G.I.'s Thrown into Fort Jackson Stockade (Black Panther Paper, April 16, 1969 )
Ft Jackson EM Fight Brass (Dull Brass, no. 1)
Ft. Jackson GIs Petition Against War and Racism (The Bond, vol. 3, no. 3)
Fort Jackson GIs Win Victory!!! (Dull Brass, no. 2)
Fort Jax GIs - Victorious (About Face, no. 4)
GIs at Fort Jackson Petition the Brass (AWOL, no. 1)
GIs United Against the War in Vietnam (AWOL, no. 4)
G.I.'s United Leader Acquitted of Two Charges. (Black Panther Paper, July 19 , 1969 )
GIs Win at Fort Jackson (AWOL, no. 5)
Jackson EM Ask for Support (The Ultimate Weapon, no. 5)
Latest on Fort Jackson 8 (9?) (The Ally, no. 16)
The Story of GIs United (Rough Draft, no. 1)

  • GIs United Against the War in Vietnam - Fort Lewis

GIs United Formed (Counterpoint, vol. 2, no. 15)

  • Heidelberg Liberation Front

FTA With Pride (FTA With Pride, no. 1)

  • Movement for a Democratic Military

Commie-Pinko-Prevert Blues (Up Against the Bulkhead, no. 3)
Fight (Up Against the Bulkhead, no. 3)
From a Black Brother. All power to the people. Dig man. (Pay Back, no. 1)
GI's Fight Back (A Four Year Bummer, vol. 2, no. 7)
Movement for a Democratic Military (Black Panther Paper, February 28, 1970)
MDM Raps With GIs. (The Right-on Post, vol. 1, no. 2)
Military Rights (Out Now, no. 1)

  • Movement for a Democratic Military - Fort Lewis

What We Believe and What We Want (Fed Up!, Dec. 1970)

  • Movement for a Democratic Military - Great Lakes

Report From GreatLakes Movement for a Democratic Military
GI News and Discussion Bulletin: Conference '71
Great Lakes: MDM Wins First Round of Jewelry Store Boycott (Camp News, vol. 2, no. 8)

  • Movement for a Democratic Military - Oceanside

MDM Open House (Attitude Check, vol. 2, no. 2)
Military Moratorium Huge Success (Attitude Check, vol. 2, no. 1)
The reason MDM separated (Black Unity, no. 1)
We Want All Black Men to be Exempt From Military Service (Black Unity, no. 1)
Dare to Struggle. (Dare to Struggle, no. 1)
MDM is You (Dare to Struggle, no. 3)

  • Movement to Off the Military

M.O.M. (All Ready on the Left, no. 4)

  • Pacific Counseling Service

The Pacific Counseling Service (pamphlet)

  • Quonset-Davisville GI's For Peace

Quonset-Davisville GI's For Peace

  • Reservists Committee to Stop the War

Where do We go From Here (Reservists Committee To Stop The War Newsletter, no. 3)

  • Soldiers for Democratic Action

What is the SDA (Call-Up, vol. 1, no. 1)

  • SOS (Los Angeles)

GI News and Discussion Bulletin: Conference '71

  • SOS (San Francisco)

GI News and Discussion Bulletin: Conference '71

  • SOS Newsletters

1969

March 18
July 27
December 5, 1969

1971

June
November

1972

January
February
March
April/May
June
July
August
September

  • Stop it Now (USS Ticonderoga)
  • Stop It Now (SOS News, June 1972)

  • Stop Our Ship

From the Belly of the Beast (Save Our Ships [wall poster])
GI Revolt (source unknown)
SOS From the Coral Sea (About Face! The U.S. Servicemen's Fund Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 2)
Stop Our Ship (SOS News, no. 7)
We Are Everywhere: The Movement Grows in the Fleet (Up Against the Bulkhead, no. 12)

  • Summer of Support

The Oleo Strut (The Guardian, July 30, 1968)
USOs For Peace Are Coming (The Guardian, no. 5)

  • Support Our Soldiers

An Exciting Career Awaits You in the GI Movement (Pamphlet, SOS, 1970)
Bombing Protests (SOS News, February 1972)

  • Union of American Exiles in Britain

Union of American Exiles in Britain (American Exile in Britain, no. 1)
Union of American Exiles in Britain (American Exile in Britain, no. 2)

  • United Servicemen of Alaska

The United Servicemen of Alaska (The Green Machine, no. 2)

  • United States Servicemen's Fund

USSF (About Face! The U.S. Servicemen's Fund Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 4)

  • Unsatisfied Black Soldiers

Black and White EM Getting Together in Germany (Camp News, vol. 1, no. 7)
Blueprint For Revolution (A'bout Face, no. 1)
A Day Of Solidarity (A'bout Face, no. 6)
What We Are After (A'Bout Face, vol. 2, no. 1)

  • Vietnam Veterans Against the War

Viet Veterans Organize (Veterans Stars and Stripes for Peace, vol. 1, no. 1)
Vietnam Vets Sponsor War Crimes Investigation (Camp News, vol. 1, no. 7)
Fall in at Ease, Special Issue: What is Vietnam Veterans Against the War/Winter Soldier Organization
Winter Soldier Investigation (Camp News, vol. 2, no. 1)

  • We Openly Resist Military Stupidity

Worms Eye View (of Nixon's War) (no issue number)

 

© 2005 Displaced Films. All Rights Reserved