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Links 1 through 10 of 47 by LSE Library tagged newspapers

over 107 German language historic newspapers from Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. They include key titles from 19th century Prussia as well, as a project to cover titles from the former DDR. The latter includes: Neues Deutschland April 1946- October 1990, Berliner Zeitung May 1945 – December 1993 and Neue Zeit July 1945 – July 1994. Free registration required to access the full text.

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Arizona digital library Full text of historic publications from Tucson, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sonora, Mexico from the mid-1800s to the 1970s. Site is fully searchable include a timeline most titles are in Spanish. They include original images and advertisements. useful for discussion of events in Mexico and hispanic American ethnic minority issues.

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Free access to nearly 1,800 broadsides published between in Scotland between 1650 and 1910. These were papers read by the public. it is fascinating to see the emphasis on crime and sensationalism

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Free from the National Library of Wales 24 key publications issued before 1910. You can browse or search by keyword. A really good feature is to search by advertising. Try soap to bring up historic ads, many featuring images of women and femininity. Other great historic newspaper services.

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free website from The Centre for Historical Research and Documentation on War and Contemporary Society (Ceges-Soma). Hundreds of Belgian newspapers produced during the Second World War many in full text online. They include mainstream censored titles and clandestine underground press. Site available in English. Dutch or French. Includes background historical essays on clandestine press and press censorship

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the association for auditors ABC and BPA around the world, has launched a free online database that provides headline circulation data for newspapers from 34 countries for the first time this contains circulation data for key national newspapers for the last couple of years. Allowing broad trends in circulation to be tracked.
The website also has a useful research guide on how to find country level data. this links to the website of the appropriate authority

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Papers Past contains more than one million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years 1840 to 1915 and includes publications from all regions of New Zealand.

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Will gather together digitized historic newspaper from 17 leading European libraries. This will aggregate existing newspaper holdings on. The European Library and Europeana. Materials will be added over the next 3 years. Special emphasis will be news covering the First World War. At present the site has a blog with information on activity.

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Excellent historic newspaper site which provides free access to millions of articles published in the leading Jewish newspaper since the 1920s. Current coverage ends in 2008. Published in New York but also includes extensive coverage of reports from Europe in the 1920s/1930s. Rambi is another good index to journal articles covering Jewish studies (including history) which is free online. It is maintained by the Jewish National and University Library http://jnul.huji.ac.il/rambi/

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Sardegna Digital Library An ongoing project to create a digital archive of material related to the history and culture of this autonomous region of Italy. The available material is organized into four categories; video, image, text, and audio. A variety of different content includes images, newspapers. Historic maps documents from the archive Materials in Italian, searchable by keyword

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