European History




¨ sites; formerly the Mining Co. (topical and chronological arrangements; a mixed bag as far as usefulness--few primary documents; more like an encyclopedia on the web):


                            Main history page:






                            19th Century:


                            20th Century:


                            The Holocaust:


                            Women's History:



¨ Australian National University's Medieval History Web Resources (a good collection of links to Medieval webpages):

¨ The Bodleian Library, Oxford University

¨ CELT (Corpus of Electronic Texts) from University College Cork--"The online resource for contemporary and historical Irish documents in literature, history and politics":

¨ Christian Classics Ethereal Library at Calvin College (USA):

¨ Documents in Military History at Hillsdale College, USA (collection of primary sources from ancient through modern times; searchable):

¨ Eighteenth Century History

¨ Electronic Journal:The Medieval Review

¨ Erasmus Text Project at the University of the South (Sewanee, Georgia, USA):

¨ EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe (Brigham Young University, USA)--very extensive selection, including treaties, government documents, letters, memoirs, etc.:

¨ History of Economic Thought (McMaster University, Canada)--"primary texts, studies of those texts and of their authors"

¨ The Institute of Historical Research in London

¨ Internet Medieval Sourcebook by Paul Halsall (a collection of primary sources and secondary literature; searchable):

¨ Internet Modern History Sourcebook by Paul Halsall (a collection of primary sources and secondary literature; searchable):

¨ The Journal of John Daniel Thompson (1812-1893), sometime manager of the Northumberland Arms, a London pub

¨ The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies:

¨ Luminarium--medieval through 17th-century literature:

¨ Medieval History sources from Macquarie University Library, Australia (many references; links to other sites and primary texts):

¨ Medieval Manuscripts on the Web: A List of Resources, by Albert Masters (a collection of links, mostly to primary source texts):

¨ The Online Medieval and Classical Library (a collection of links, mostly to primary source texts):

¨ ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies (links to websites, online documents, secondary literature [all articles peer reviewed]; searchable):

¨ Plague and Public Health in Renaissance Europe project at the University of Virginia (primary documents relating to epidemic disease in Western Europe, 1348-1530. Work in progress):

¨ Project Wittenberg--"the first step towards an international electronic library of Lutheranism"--Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA:

¨ Renascence Editions--"An Online Repository of Works Printed in English Between the Years 1477 and 1799":

¨ 17th Century History Reenacting & Living History Resources (pamphlets from the English Civil War and the Thirty Years War; also numerous texts of ballads from the first half of the 17th century):

¨ Union College, Schnectedy, NY (USA), Schaffer Library Reference Room (encyclopedias, dictionaries and ready references):

¨ The World War I Document Archive (documents, biographies, and over 1200 photographs):

¨ The World War II Resources Page (documents and links to more):