World War II
“Societies under German Occupation” Portal: a repository of documents related to German occupation during World War II which focuses on the experiences of ordinary citizens. It provides free access to over 600 documents all translated into English. They cover food shortages, forced labour and profiteering as well as Nazi rule and the Holocaust. Countries covered include […]
The archive of the IMT is now online via the Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice website. It includes original unedited footage which may be searched. It also includes digitised court room evidence archive of holocaust and Nazi rights abuses during the second world war.
The Indian Women and War (1939-1945) project was created by Believe in Me CIC with funding from National Lottery Heritage Fund. It is working with young people to explore the impact of the Second World War on Indian women. It aims to make visible their contribution to the war effort. The website includes videos, booklets […]
A new BT archive; the second world war diary of W.G. Radley, Assistant Staff Engineer which reveals work with Bletchley Park and the use of eavesdropping equipment. The site has transcripts and some recorded material and offers insight into the development of technology as well as its political history.