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Deutsche Welle - Nachrichten
Deutsch Welle - Kultur & Leben
Newspapers & Other News Sources
WESS German Studies Web's link to German-language news sources, including streaming TV.
PressReader (formerly Library PressDisplay and NewspaperDirect)
The last 60 days of 225 newspapers from 55 countries in full pdf format. German-language publications include Hamburger Morgenpost (Hamburg), Neues Deutschland (Berlin), Leipziger Volkszeitung (Leipzig), Rheinische Post (Düsseldorf), Salzburger Nachrichten (Salzburg, Austria), as well as many provincial, sports and special interest publications.
Access to free current editions of German newspapers.
A full-text (no images) online service that provides access to sources of national and international news, business, health and general information. The results in Factiva's Search Builder include content from Der Spigel, stern.de, Die Welt, Die Zeit, and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Historical searching of hundreds of individual German publications often go back to the 1990s.
Center for Research Libraries
The enormous holdings of CRL (Center for Research Libraries) include microform archives of newspapers from all parts of the world. Browsing the CRL catalog for newspapers from Germany shows over 200 titles, including more than 100 from Berlin.
Links and text from the website EuroDocs
- Illustrierte Magazine der Klassischen Moderne
- Illustrated magazines of the Weimar Republic
- From the SLUB Dresden Collections (20th century; German; facsimiles)
- A highly prized cultural magazine among the common people.
- It became a forum for the artistic avant-garde and developed its own style for political satire. (1896-1940; facsimile journals and images with keyword and name search tools)
- The only satirical magazine of Berlin that survived the 1848 revolution in Germany and that existed - after having converted to the liberal-conservative side - for more than 90 years. (1848-1944; facsimile journals and images)
- The most prominent German political satire weekly, a model for later opposition publications.
- Famous for its "innovatively formed lack of respect!" (1896-1944; facsimile journals and images with keyword and name search tools)
- List of the digitized magazine "The Mirror". (1947 to the present; Facsimiles)
- This magazine is inseparably connected with the development of Social Democracy.
- Especially of note is its battle against illegitimate authorities up to the Nazi era. (1884-1933; facsimile journals and images with keyword and name search tools)