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Alternate Name(s): Gale Cengage Irish nationalism Irish independence Fenianism Roman Catholic Church Catholicism Irish diaspora Land League Irish literary revival
Trial dates: 1 Feb - 31 Mar 2023
Explore national and regional newspaper titles published Ireland from the late 18th to early 20th centuries.
This module (Part VI) complements content available for Library members in British Library Newspapers.
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Alternate Name(s): Gale Cengage African Trade Union Papers Political Pamphlets from the Institute of Commonwealth Studies British Commonwealth of Nations Imperial Conference of British Empire Leaders decolonisation colonial imperial revolution
Trial dates: 1 Feb - 31 Mar 2023
Discover materials from within former British colonies and Commonwealth nations, alongside some from former French and Portuguese territories. Created for local audiences by local actors, these materials reflect a period of enormous global change as decolonisation movements gathered momentum post-World War II.
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Alternate Name(s): Gale Cengage Winterthur Museum and Library domestic management home economics cookbook housekeeping household management
Trial dates: 1 Feb - 31 Mar 2023
Enjoy centuries of recipes and housekeeping advice with this trove of cookbooks and domestic management books from as early as 1730 through to the 20th century.
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Alternate Name(s): historical news newspaper proquest paper 1831-2000
Investigate key issues and events in Australian history through this newspaper archive featuring The Age (1854-2000), The Sydney Herald (1831-1842) and The Sydney Morning Herald (1842-2000). Articles are full-text, fully searchable and viewable as images.
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