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* [http://www.express.de/ Express Online]<br /> Another German tabloid!
* [http://www.express.de/ Express Online]<br /> Another German tabloid!
* [http://www.faz.de Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung]<br />  
* [http://www.faz.de Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung]<br />  
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* [http://www.rhein-main.net/startseite.html Frankfurter Neue Presse]
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* [http://www.fnp.de/ Frankfurter Neue Presse]
* [http://www.fr-online.de/ Frankfurter Rundschau]<br /> Only the current issue is free, searching the archive is fee-based.
* [http://www.fr-online.de/ Frankfurter Rundschau]<br /> Only the current issue is free, searching the archive is fee-based.
* [http://www.freiepresse.de Freie Presse (Chemnitz)]<br /> Major Saxony daily.
* [http://www.freiepresse.de Freie Presse (Chemnitz)]<br /> Major Saxony daily.

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German Studies Web: Newspapers and Other News Sources

The Weather

  • Donnerwetter.de
    The weather forecast for Germany, including other weather-related items.
  • Wetter.com
    Regional forecasts and just about everything about the weather you will ever want to know.

Daily Newspapers

Austria

Germany


See also:

Liechtenstein

Luxemburg

Switzerland


See also:

Other Countries

Radio, Television, and Other Daily News Sources

News Magazines -- Weeklies, Monthlies, Blogs, etc.

News-Oriented Homepages

Catalogs & Union Lists to Newspapers

  • CRL Foreign Newspaper Collection
    Access to the foreign newspaper holdings of the Center for Research Libraries .
  • Union List of Selected West European Newspapers and News Magazines in New York Metropolitan Libraries

Old News: Historical Newspapers



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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 Jo McInnis. We welcome contributors.

Comments and further suggestions may be sent to:
mcinnisj[at]newpaltz.edu.

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