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History, Western Europe *: Other Useful Web Sites

This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find general resources in the area of West European history.

Other Useful Web Sites

Eurodocs: On Line Sources for European History
"Selected transcriptions, facsimiles and translations of historical documents. Maintained by Richard Hacken at the Lee Library, Brigham Young University. Documents range from medieval to contemporary."

European Navigator
"A collection of more than 5,000 documents including photographs, treaties, newspaper articles, interviews and maps documenting the history and institutions of post-war Europe."

Europeana
"Database of more than 2 million digitized images, texts, videos and sounds from European museums and other cultural and historical institutions."

Internet Modern History Sourcebook
"Collection of primary sources, often in English translation, of historic documents from the early modern period to the present for both Europe and the Americas."

Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe
"Collection of political maps of Europe covering the period to 1700."

WWW-VL EUI European History Project
"The European University Institute's coordinates this World Wide Web Virtual Library collection of links dealing with European history."