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WESS & WWW-VL Scandinavian History

A part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library WESSWEB, the Web service of the Western European Studies Section, Association of College and Research LibrariesA part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library - History Central Catalogue

River Siestarjoki at Finnish border.


Contents

Denmark

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Documents, Data Files, Primary Literature

Historiography, Commentary, Secondary Literature

Reference Works, Gateways, Tertiary Literature

Libraries, Archives, Collections

Societies, Academic Centers, Organizations


Finland

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Documents, Data Files, Primary Literature

Historiography, Commentary, Secondary Literature

Reference Works, Gateways, Tertiary Literature

Libraries, Archives, Collections

Societies, Academic Centers, Organizations


Iceland

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Documents, Data Files, Primary Literature

Historiography, Commentary, Secondary Literature

Reference Works, Gateways, Tertiary Literature

Libraries, Archives, Collections

Societies, Academic Centers, Organizations


Norway

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Documents, Data Files, Primary Literature

Historiography, Commentary, Secondary Literature

Reference Works, Gateways, Tertiary Literature

Libraries, Archives, Collections

Societies, Academic Centers, Organizations


Sweden

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Documents, Data Files, Primary Literature

Historiography, Commentary, Secondary Literature

Reference Works, Gateways, Tertiary Literature

Libraries, Archives, Collections

Societies, Academic Centers, Organizations



Viking ship
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This WessWeb Scandinavian History page, created in 1998,
is also the Scandinavian History site for the WWW-VL History Central Catalogue.
A part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library - History Central Catalogue
The page is maintained by Richard Hacken (hacken @ byu.edu) who would be grateful for comments or suggestions for additional items.
For more information about the WWW-VL History Network, click here.



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