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German Studies Web

[[Newspapers & Other News Sources GSW | Newspapers & Other News Sources]
The page that made the German Studies Web famous. Links to numerous newspapers as well as audio and video sites.

[[Library Catalogs and Library Information GSW | Library Catalogs and Library Information]]
Numerous links to union catalogs and individual library catalogs and other databases and online bibliographies.

[wessref.html Reference Shelf]
Dictionaries, guides, directories, train schedules, etc.

[wessother.html Other German Studies Homepages]
A selection of useful homepages (good starting points).[wessdig.html Digital Texts and Images]
Major scholarly digitization projects (journals, medieval manuscripts, historical source material, etc.)

German-North American Resources Partnership
A collaborative project of over 60 German and North American libraries. Part of the Global Resources Network (CRL/AAU/ARL).

Selected German Subject Resources

Acknowledgements The German Studies Web is designed to provide access to scholarly resources in German Studies, including all German-speaking countries. The resources organized here have undergone a selection and evaluation process. If needed, annotations have been provided augmenting the research value of these resources to scholars.
The editor for the German Studies Web is Reinhart Sonnenburg (Dartmouth College). We welcome contributors.

Comments and further suggestions may be sent to:
sonnenburg @".

The German Studies Web is part of the Western European Studies Section Web of resources for Western European studies.

We would like to thank the libraries of Brigham Young University and Dartmouth College for providing assistance and computing resources that make this national endeavor possible.



These web pages do not necessarily represent the views of the participating

libraries nor of their sponsoring institutions.
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