Denmark 1814 to the Present
- Digitized 19th- and 20th-century manuscripts from the Danish Royal Library.
- A "pictorial atlas" by the Frenchman Paul Gaimard illustrating his journeys to Scandinavia.
- (1838-1840; facsimile images)
- (Click on "Danmark" and "Færøyene" from the left frame.)
- Soundtoll Registers Online = Øresundstoldregnskaber
- Accounts of the toll which the king of Denmark levied on shipping through the Sound between Sweden and Denmark.
- Important sources for research on economic and maritime trade history in Northern Europe.
- (1497-1857; searchable datasets - registration may be required to view results)
- Kirkebøger på Internettet : Parish Records on the Internet
- A searchable and growing database of selected parishes made available by the Danish State Archives at Arkivalier online.
- (1814-1891; facsimiles -- may require a plug-in)
- Dansk Demografisk Database: Danish Demographic Database
- Source documents from the Danish women's movement.
- Click on links within the commentary for source documents
- (1850-1985; Danish commentary linking to transcriptions)
- A beautifully accessible search database for full text of the newspaper Illustreret Tidende.
- (1859-1924; searchable facsimile pages)
- De små arbejdere – om børnearbejde i Danmark 1873-1918 / The Small Workers - About Child Labor in Denmark 1873-1918
- With quotes from -- and links to -- primary documentation.
- (1873-1918; Danish facsimiles and transcriptions)
- Laws, letters, memoirs, statistics, and more.
- (1873-present; Danish facsimiles and transcriptions)
- Released by the Niels Bohr Archive.
- The meeting in Copenhagen between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg is considered a defining moment in the development of the atomic bomb.
- Link to documents is found at the bottom of the page
- (1941-1962; facsimiles, transcriptions and translations)
- A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
- (1939-1945; transcriptions and translations)
- A collection of documents related to WWII.
- From the Avalon Project.
- Official (mainly U.S.) government histories, source documents, and other primary references.
- (1939-1945; English transcriptions and translations)
- Digital primary documents assembled at Mount Holyoke College.
- (1938-1945; translations)
- Virtual exhibit of the Nazi occupation
- Presented by the Museum of Danish Resistance.
- (1939-1945; facsimiles)
- (5 June 1953; Danish transcription)
- (5 June 1953 with revisions to 1992; English translation)
Folketinget / Danish Parliament:
- (1997-present; Danish transcriptions).
- Documents from various ministries of the Danish government.
- (Transcriptions and translations)
- Danish kings and their history.
- Mostly secondary information and commentary, but with a time-table and images that could be valuable.
- (1448-1863; Danish-language commentary and images)
- A short update of monarchs 1863 to the present is on a separate page.
- Electronic resources and the Danish National Digital Library.
- Includes e-books, digitized manuscripts, journals, databases, images, etc.
- Includes primary and secondary documents, provided by Don Mabry.
- (Transcriptions, facsimiles and commentaries, mostly in English)
- Dansk Militaer Historie / Danish Military History
- (1563-1945; Danish facsimile documents, images & transcriptions)
- A well-annotated documentation of ships and the men aboard them.
- Also available in the Danish original.
- (1801-2001; transcriptions, commentary, bibliographies, data lists)
- A cooperative Danish-Swedish project covering sources from both sides of the "Sound."
- Pictures, postcards, maps, letters, guides to archival sources.
- (1200-1913; facsimiles and guides)
- Rådhuse under enevælden
A detailed illustrative history of Danish city halls.
- Byporte under enevælden
A detailed illustrative history of Danish city gates.
EuroDocs Creator: Richard Hacken, European Studies Bibliographer,
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
Feel free to get in touch: Hacken @ byu.edu