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David Hilton

Education | The National Archives - 8 views

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    Great for primary sources on British history. They also have an active programme to connect with history teachers and have plenty of resources specifically for school history.
David Hilton

The World War I Document Archive - 3 views

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    A large and useful collection of materials for the study of World War I, including images and primary sources.
David Hilton

Documents Related to the History of International Relations, prior to 1914 - 0 views

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    A comprehensive list of links to documents on all periods of history, mainly focussed on the West. Seeings this links to all sorts of sites there will probably be a few dead links but it purports to link to documents and is maintained out of a university so should be useful for research and study.
David Hilton

bibliotheca Augustana - 0 views

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    This will only excite other Latinists out there. A very extensive collection of Latin sources from most regions in Europe. Bibliotheca Augustana multa bona magistris Latinae est!
David Hilton

Texts and Documents - 3 views

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    Collections of primary sources on the Italian Renaissance, the Catholic and Protestant Reformations and the European and American witch-hunts.
David Hilton

Labyrinth Home Page - 0 views

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    A brilliant resource for research into the Medieval period. Contains links to sites with sources on a wide variety of topics.
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    An excellent resource for research into the medieval period in Europe.
David Hilton

Poetry In Translation - A.S. Kline's Free Poetry Archive - Main Site - 0 views

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    Translations of poems from a variety of regions and time periods. Particularly good ancient collection.
David Hilton

European NAvigator - The history of a united Europe on the Internet (videos, photos, ma... - 0 views

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    This site is brilliant for any aspect of post-WWII Europe! An awesome research tool. Lots of neat pictures and graphics (Gen-Y-friendly) and high-quality primary sources and images, organised into significant topics and easy to navigate.
David Hilton

Europeana - Homepage - 0 views

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    Not sure if I've already bookmarked another page from this site. It's a repository of European heritage, which for us means sources and images. I think it will become quite a massive repository of sources for all periods and regions of Europe.
David Hilton

History of Medieval & Renaissance Europe: Primary Documents - EuroDocs - 1 views

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    This is a sub-page of a site already bookmarked to the group, however it's such a good collection of primary sources on the topic I couldn't resist.
Cindy Marston

European History Primary Source Documents - 2 views

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    'These links connect to European primary historical documents that are transcribed, reproduced in facsimile, or translated.'
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    "These links connect to European primary historical documents that are transcribed, reproduced in facsimile, or translated. They shed light on key historical happenings within the respective countries and within the broadest sense of political, economic, social and cultural history. The order of documents is chronological wherever possible.
    These open access sources are readily available to all -- without fees or subscriptions.

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David Hilton

The Online Medieval & Classical Library - 1 views

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    Another one of those excellent open-source primary source websites. Not as good as the History Sourcebooks, but useful nonetheless.
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