Germany: World War I and Weimar Republic

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Including online albums, legal documents, maps, books, oral histories, posters and finding aids.
Combining resources of a number of Jewish societies and institutes.
(17th-20th centuries; German, English and other facsimiles)
Access to facsimiles of German-Jewish periodicals from the Enlightenment until the Third Reich.
Digitized by various German institutions with support of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
(18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries; facsimiles and some explanatory comments)
Project by the Universitätsbibliothek Frankfurt am Main which aims to digitise the library's complete Hebraica and Judaica collection.
Around 18.000 titles comprising the complete literature of the so-called Wissenschaft des Judentums.
(late 19th - early 20th centuries; PDF format facsimiles and annotations)

Digital library of the Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Darmstadt, offering online access to a number of different collections including books, journals, manuscripts, newspapers and maps.
(17th - early 20th centuries; facsimiles)

The only satirical magazine of Berlin that survived the 1848 revolution in Germany and that existed - after having converted to the liberal-conservative side - for more than 90 years.
(1848-1944; facsimile journals and images)

German History in Documents and Images: Forging an Empire: Bismarckian Germany
compiled by the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C.
(1866-1890; images, maps, German transcriptions and English translations)
German History in Documents and Images: Wilhelmine Germany and the First World War (1890-1918)
compiled by the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C.
(1890-1918); images, maps, German transcriptions and English translations)
German History in Documents and Images: Weimar Germany (1918/19-1933)
Compiled by the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C.
(1500-1648; images, maps, German transcriptions and English translations)

Growing collection of digitized images from among the 11 million images in the Federal Archive.
Searchable by multiple access points or browsable by subject.
(19th-20th centuries; image database)

Includes primary documents in translation from Otto von Bismarck, Heinrich Class,
Gen. Friedrich von Bernhardi, Adolf Hitler, Helmuth von Moltke, Rosa Luxemburg,
Kaiser Wilhelm II; of the Internationale and of a Berliner Illustrierte readers' poll.
(1880-1925; translations)

The German Empire as represented in contemporary postcards, photos, stamps and textual documents.
(1871-1918; facsimiles and transcriptions)

Over 50,000 images from German colonies.
A digitization project of the library of the Deutsche Kolonialgesellschaft
of the Stadt- und Universitäsbibliothek Frankfurt am Main.
(19th -20th centuries; photo images searchable by database)
Illustrated book reflecting German national pride in the early 20th century.
(1902; facsimile book and images)
Colonies of the German Empire as represented in contemporary postcards, photos, stamps and textual documents.
(1871-1918; facsimiles and transcriptions)

The German Imperial Navy as represented in contemporary postcards, photos, stamps and textual documents.
(1871-1918; facsimiles and transcriptions)

Click on "P" within a given chronology for primary source documents.
(German transcriptions with German and English translations)

Searchable German encyclopedia as a digital copy of the 1888 edition.
(Facsimiles)

Documenting events from before Sarajevo until after Versailles.
(pre-1914 - post-1918; translations and transcriptions)
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A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(1914-1918; transcriptions and translations)
Digital primary documents assembled at Mount Holyoke College.
(1914-1919; translations)

"Germany's Reasons for War with Russia:
"How Russia and her Ruler betrayed Germany's confidence
  and thereby made the European War."
(1914; English translations)

Newspapers for German soldiers at the front during WWI.
Digitized by Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg.
(1914-1918; German-language facsimiles)

Session Proceedings of the Reichstag
from the Treaty of Versailles to the begin of World War II:
A digitization project of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (1918-1942; German transcriptions)
NB: Protokolle des Reichstags (1867-1918) are also available.

Documents of the Reich Chancellery of the Weimar Republic.
23 digitized volumes of the Cabinets from Scheidemann to Schleicher.
(1919-1933; transcriptions with linked Federal Archive apparatus)

Digital primary documents assembled at Mount Holyoke College.
(1918-1941; translations)

Click on "P" within a given chronology for primary source documents.
(German transcriptions with German and English translations)

Documents from the Weimar Republic
(1918-1933; German transcriptions)

Fascism
Collections of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(1920-1939; transcriptions and translations
From Leon Trotsky's 1930-32 pamphlet.
(English transcription).
A collection of documents directed against fascism and Nazism.
From the web resources of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
(1923-1934; German facsimiles)



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Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
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