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HIST 490: Migration in Modern Europe
The HIST 490: Migration in Modern Europe guide contains recommendations for secondary and primary source databases and related resources.
Some archives and special collections have digitized documents in their collections making them accessible to researchers around the world. Below are a few open digital archives with collections focused on the World War II era.
A selection of documents, facsimiles, and transcriptions of materials covering history in Europe. Arranged by nation and then organized by period of time (where possible). Includes resources from Germany, the United Kingdom, and Russia during the World War II period.
The University of Minnesota's Immigration History Research Center Archive includes digital collections relating to immigration, ethnicity, and race. Majority of collection is focused on first and second generation immigrants and displaced people from central, eastern, and southern Europe coming to the US.