Welcome to this research guide for Comparative Literature 225. Literature of War and Peace: Imagining and Representing the End of World War II and the Past-War Years in Europe. This series of pages features resources, research strategies and library services that will be useful in your course work. For additional assistance, I am available for research consultation appointments. Or, send questions via e-mail at any time.
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Teniers d.J., David, Stilleben, c. 1645-1650.
Musée Royaux des Beaux Arts, Brussels
(Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)
A small selection of sites for digital images and print materials is presented here. For many other references, search intute, a now-closed but still highly informative portal of web resources with helpful annotations.
Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University (Zelda Popkin's research notes, Hans Habe Papers)
University of North Texas World War Two Collection
"...contains materials that focus on the World War II era, 1939-1945, and the immediate postwar period of the late 1940s. In addition to materials that were actually created during the era, the collection may include modern studies and commemorative works about the era." Also Newsmaps collection.
The Historic Government Publications from World War II contains 343 Informational pamphlets, government reports, instructions, regulations, declarations, speeches, and propaganda materials distributed by the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) during the Second World War. (Partners: U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) and Southern Methodist University)