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Full-text of important works of European travel writing from the later medieval period. Includes a number of medieval maps, individual manuscript illuminations, and some modern translations of key travel texts.
Primary source materials from four Smithsonian collections: Evolution of Flight, Trade Literature and the Merchandizing of Industry, World's Fairs and Expositions, and Air & Space and Smithsonian Magazine Archive.
Full-text of books, serials, pamphlets, and essays published from 1450 to 1914. Collection tracks the development of the modern, western world through the lens of trade and wealth. Titles are in English as well as many other languages.
A complete collection of writings by Martin Luther, a central figure in the development of European cultural and intellectual history. Useful for theological, historical, philosophical, linguistic and literary research from 1883 to 1929.
Resources devoted to research, analysis, and scholarship on international politics and related fields, including security studies, global finance, diplomatic practice, humanitarian law, global governance, development studies, and environmental studies.
Resource for comparative law research offering relevant information on sources of foreign law with complete bibliographic citations to legislation and selected references to secondary sources. Access provided by UT Law Library.
Discover, analyze, visualize and integrate a diverse range of industry-leading analysis, market research, technical information and forecasts on current economic and political information and risk analysis for foreign nations.
A source for the study of political reporting and public opinion in Germany. Coverage from 1918 - 1934 describes and comments on the political, social and cultural events between the end of the First World War and the beginning of the "Third Reich".