Footnote.com, a company that provides original historical documents online, announced Friday that it has inked a deal with the National Archives to launch the Web's first-ever interactive World War II collection. It will include an interactive version of the USS Arizona Memorial, World War II Hero Pages, and World War II photos and documents previously unavailable on the Web. The collection will be free to access for a limited time, but Footnote's annual subscription fee of $69.95 will apply after the introductory period has ended.
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