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Subject: Military Science

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I am interested in researching the Japanese Military. Is there a site that shows their different branches?

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Answer:

First place I would check is Jane's 360. Their database is very comprehensive on military and defense information. If you require additional information, Military Periscope and SIPRI Military Expenditure Database are good places to search.

Subject: Health and Medicine

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What information is there on stress fractures?

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To start, there are articles and case studies available in Journal of Othropaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, International Journal of Sports Medicine, and The American Journal of Sports Medicine.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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I am doing research on Gettysburg. Where do I start?

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First, how in depth do you need to go? If you are looking for an overview, the National Park Service has a great page on history of the Battle of Gettysburg. However, there are several books that go into great detail on the build-up to the battle, the aftermath, and how it changed the course of the Civil War.

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