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History @ Webster University Library
As part of the History, Politics, and International Relations Department
This model site created by librarians and historians at the state and university library at Göttingen, Germany serves as a major gateway to scholarly information in history. The site links to over 1400 resources that are described and evaluated.
Indexes over 2,500 collections of oral history from archives and repositories around the world. Links to full text, audio or video if available. Much of the content is freely available on the Web. Proprietary content from the Alexander Street Press database is available only by subscription.
Georgetown University's collection of online resources for the study of the Middle Ages. Covers medieval literature, history, art and culture, and contains electronic texts, teaching resources, and professional information.
Interviews with prominent individuals worldwide on a variety of topics, including economics, politics and the military, the law, culture and society, etc. Users can find interviews by name, profession, topic, and date.