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HIST 252: Fascism in Europe, 1919-1945

Prof. Michael Ebner, Spring 2020

What is a primary source?

There's no one thing! Try advanced searches in Catalyst for subjects like: biography [also use for autobiographies], newspapers, "personal papers" [use for archival material], correspondence [use for letters], personal diaries, photographs, videos, interviews, pamphlets, artwork, sources [a common one!], and many other types of things!

Newspapers

Government Documents

Large Primary Source Collections

Most -- but not all! -- content in these databases is primary sources.