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HIST 487: Internationalism in the Twentieth Century: Primary Sources

What are primary sources?

Primary sources are invaluable because they give you an exact account of particular historical events as and when they occurred. These include letters, diaries, autobiographies, poems, newspapers, treaties, documents, photos, maps, posters, original artwork, pamphlets, etc.  

Click on the link below to learn the different subheadings to locate relevant primary sources for your research topics.

Newspapers

Search the following newspaper databases for articles relevant to your topic.

Other Relevant Primary Sources

More Primary Sources

You can select and search primary source databases relevant to your topic by browsing and choosing databases by subject.

http://web.library.emory.edu/library-materials/databases-ebooks-ejournals/databases/index.php

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