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Ben Fanjoy
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German Archives

Post by Ben Fanjoy » 08 May 2003 18:33

Perhaps some our German members could help me out with this question?

Is it possible, in Germany, to get access to German war archives? Are they open to public study?



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John

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Post by Christoph Awender » 08 May 2003 20:00

Hello!

http://www.bundesarchiv.de

\Christoph

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Post by Ben Fanjoy » 09 May 2003 04:25

Thank you very much Mr.Awender! :D

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Post by Lighting-the-torch » 09 May 2003 16:27

Hi !

in my school time i made a practical at a Newspaper and Autograph Archive in Dortmund, it was a absolut fantastic time there for example i could work with authentic handwritten speeches of Goebbels.
Here is the website:

http://www.zeitungsforschung.de/

regards :)
Niko

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Post by Ben Fanjoy » 09 May 2003 17:26

Hi !

in my school time i made a practical at a Newspaper and Autograph Archive in Dortmund, it was a absolut fantastic time there for example i could work with authentic handwritten speeches of Goebbels.
Here is the website:

http://www.zeitungsforschung.de/

regards
Niko
Thank you also Torch for that link! :D

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