This page will bring you to other websites that contain many primary documents relating to the history of Modern Europe. The visitor will also find many items that pertain to general World History.
As time goes on the Modern European History Website will locally hold primary documents that pertain to the research and study of Modern European History.
The University of Pennslyvania's Digital Library is maintained by John Mark Ockerbloom. This site links to many full-text books and documents that are of great use to anyone working or researching in history.
EuroDocs is based at Brigham Young University and provides a large inventory of online primary documents pertaining to the study of Europe.
Another depository of primary documents relating to European study.
History Professor, Gayle V. Fischer of Salem State College (Salem, MA) maintains a web page with many excellent links for anyone studying history. Some of the links are already on this page, while there are others that pertain to world history, historical research and writing, women's history and the history of clothing.
History Professor, Christopher Mauriello of Salem State College (Salem, MA) maintains a site that has great links to many areas of the study of Modern Europe. Be sure to check out the section on European Culture History. Unlike the Modern European History Site, Dr. Mauriello's site is set up in a more pan-European style. This will benefit anyone who is studying or researching Europe on the whole, and not just as a group of individual nations.
Serge Noiret maintains this outstanding Italian website that is in the English langauge. Links take you to historical research sites throughout the world with links to many primary sources.
Part of the "About.com" network of educational sites. Self-explanatory.
Part of the "About.com" network of educational sites. This site is an excellent starting point if you want to pursue the study of a foreign language.
A site sponsored by the University of Valencia in Valencia, Spain. This site contains listings of over 800 academic journals that pertain to the historical study of Europe and its related fields. This site is best suited to the academic professional or the graduate student.
Some full-text articles, some summaries. All test is available in English and usually at least one other language.
This site is extremely thorough and has my favorite quality...its content is up to date and its links are all alive! Visit this site and you will find many primary documents about European history.
This is another excellent website dealing with not only European history, but also the history of all of the world. This link will take you immediately to the European area, but if you explore around a bit, I am sure you will find information about just about anything dealing with world history.