New Primary Sources Available Online

Doherty recently added online access to a number of primary source collections. These additions make it easy to search and view thousands of historical documents.

British Foreign Office CorrespondenceDr. Lee Williames & David Theis Collection
Alexander III and the Policy of “Russification,” 1883-1886 – explores the policies of Alexander III as observed by the British diplomatic corps in Russia.
Commercial and Trade Relations Between Tsarist Russia, the Soviet Union and the U.S., 1910-1963 – reproduces instructions to and dispatches from U.S. diplomatic and consular personnel dealing with Russia and the Soviet Union.
World War I and Revolution in Russia, 1914-1918 – documents the Russian entrance into World War I and culminates in reporting on the Revolution in Russia in 1917 and 1918.

McFadden-Moran Collection for Irish Studies Research
The Dublin Castle Records 1798-1926 – makes available original materials documenting the British presence and control in Ireland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Testaments to the HolocaustThe Albert and Ethel Herzstein Collection
The Middle East Online: Arab-Israeli Relations, 1917-1970 – chronicles the politics, wars, administration and diplomacy surrounding the Palestine Mandate and the Arab-Israeli conflict.
U.S. Relations with the Vatican and the Holocaust, 1940-1950 – offers rare primary sources tied to Myron Taylor, appointed as the president’s representative to the Vatican.
Post-War Europe: Refugees, Exile and Resettlement, 1945-1950 – provides a unique perspective on the lives of the survivors — Jewish and non-Jewish — of the Holocaust and World War II.
Testaments to the Holocaust. Documents and Rare Printed Materials from the Wiener Library, London – primary source documents from the Wiener Library, the oldest institution established for documenting the Nazi regime and Jewish life in Germany from 1933 through the war.

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