Archives Made Easy
- Although aimed at 20th Century historians, this is a cool site for anyone
doing research. I read the tips on NARA II and they are right on!
NCH WASHINGTON UPDATE (Vol. 11, #37; 30 SEPTEMBER 2005) by Bruce Craig
(editor) rbcraig@... with Nathaniel Kulyk NATIONAL
COALITION FOR HISTORY (NCH) Website at http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/~nch
Item #3 - "Archives Made Easy" Launched: The London School of Economics
(LSE) has recently launched a new web resource for historians in the 21st
century. The site, called "Archives Made Easy," is an online guide to
archives around the world. It serves the global research community by
providing transparency of the costs and processes involved in an archive
visit, essentially the kind of information researchers need to know
beforehand in order to avoid costly mistakes and delays. Content of this
site has come from the doctorate students of LSE's International History
department and their colleagues at various universities worldwide.
Researchers of all levels are welcome to submit a review on any archive, or
update an existing review. This new website can be viewed online at
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Please try to understand this. It's not an easy thing to hear, but please
listen. There is no morality in warfare. You kill children. You kill women.
You kill old men. You don't seek them out, but they die. That's what happens
in war. - Paul Tibbets