We can't fit every resource about U.S. diplomatic history on to this list! A topic guide is just the beginning of building your bibliography.
Gale Group. (2001). History behind the headlines : the origins of conflicts worldwide. REF 909 H62 2001
Herb, Guntram. (2008). Nations and nationalism. 3 volumes. REF 320.54 NAT
Hodge, Carl. U.S. presidents foreign policy. REF 973.09 US
Britannica Online Great for pre-search and primary sources, including speeches, essays, biographies, editorials and photos
Gale Virtual Reference Library
General Reference Center Gold
Routledge Reference Resources
Biographies can be found at 921, listed alphabetically by the subject's last name (for example, a biography of Harry Truman would carry the call number: 921 Truman).
Kinzer, Stephen. Overthrow: America's century of regime change from Hawaii to Iraq. 327.73009 KINZER 384 pages.
Schlesinger, Arthur M. The election of 1948 and the administration of Harry S. Truman. 973.918 E12 2003 128 pages.
Whitelaw, Nancy. Jimmy Carter: president and peacemaker. 921 C24j Carter 2004 128 pages.
Expanded Academic ASAP
Biography Resource Center For information on famous people associated with WWII. Search by the person's last name.
History Study Center
Association for Diplomatic Studies & Training has created this site with a history of American diplomacy and issues in modern American diplomacy.
U.S. Department of State Timeline with lengthy articles on events in the history of American diplomacy.
America: History and Life. This database indexes scholarly and popular articles on American history. You can limit your search to full text if you want articles instead of citations.