Watergate Learning Links

(Last Updated On: October 21, 2014)
Redford and Hoffman in All The Presidents Men

Redford and Hoffman in All The Presidents Men

Watergate Learning Links

Film:  All The Presidents Men

 

Washington Post Watergate 25th

This June 1997 package commemorated the 25 anniversary of the Watergate burglary.

Source:  The Washington Post Company

 

All Politics 25th Anniversary Look at Watergate

This is an in-depth look at the Watergate scandal.  The report, done in 1997, includes a glossary, a look back at the events through 38 issues of Time Magazine, and video from the TV coverage of the events.

Source:     All Politics

 

Illusion & Delusion:  The Watergate Decade

Mark Godfrey introduces you to the amazing events of Watergate through equally amazing photos of the people and places involved.

The Photos

Source:     Journal E

 

Watergate

Read about Watergate, the cover-up, the dispute over the Presidential tapes, and other issues surrounding this presidential scandal.

Source:     The American Presidency –Grolier

 

Watergate- Time & Again

Time & Again looks at Watergate in 1998 during the 25th anniversary of the events from the break-in through Nixon’s pardon.

Source:     Time & Again, MSNBC

 

Quoteland Watergate

If you’re looking for the perfect quote for your paper on Watergate, this is the place to start.

Source:     Quoteland

Documents

FBI documents on Watergate

The FBI investigated the June 17, 1972 break-in of the Democratic National Committee Headquarters (DNCH) in the Watergate Complex, Washington, D.C.  A security guard discovered burglars hiding electronic listening devices in the Conference Room area of the DNCH, violating Federal Interception of Communications Law.

Source:     The Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

The Watergate Tapes- Real Audio

Explore Watergate through Real Audio recordings and downloadable transcripts.

Source:     Moffitt Library, UC Berkeley

 

NARA Watergate tapes (Nixon White House tapes)

On February 28, 2002, the Nixon Presidential Materials Staff released the largest and most complex tapes segment in the history of the National Archives and Records Administration.  1779 hours of tapes are available.

Source:     National Archives and Records Administration

 

Nixon’s resignation- PBS

This is the transcript of Nixon’s address to the Nation About the Watergate Investigations and his subsequent resignation on April 30, 1973.

Source:     The American Experience:  PBS

Lesson plans

Constitutional Issues & Watergate

This lesson correlates to the National History Standards as well as the National Standards for Civics and Government.

Source:     National Archives and Records Administration

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