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General European History Resources   Suggest a Link
Center for Western European Studies (homepage, with link to "virtual" library of Western European resources) (U. of Pittsburgh)
EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents from Western Europe (homepage, with links arranged either by time period or region) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
History of Euro-Japanese Cultural Relations (index of links and historical materials) (Wolfgang Michel-Zaitsu, National U. of Kyushu)
European History Bibliographies (arranged by subject, geared to the Yale University Library Collection) (Susanne Roberts)
World History Archive: Europe ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
OSSHE Historical and Cultural Atlas Resource (from ancient to modern) (U. Orgeon)
Medieval Legal History (primary texts, lecture material, links, from the Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. of North Florida)
Megalithic Pages (photos and info on European megalithic sites) (Jan Bily)
NetSERF: Medieval History (History Dept., Catholic U. of America)
Duane Osheim, "Plague and Public Health in Renaissance Europe" 
Printing: Renaissance and Reformation (online exhibition, covering movement from manuscript to print in European culture) (Thomas Cooper Library, U. of South Carolina)
Stone Pages (links to articles and photos about European megalithic sites) (Paola Arosio and Diego Meozzi)
Trade Products in Early Modern History (essays on economic history, arranged by products) (Carol Urness, James Ford Bell Library, U. Minnesota)
European Union/Theorizing Europe
J. Peter Burgess (U. of Oslo, "European Borders: History Of Space/Space Of History" (theory of history)
Council of Europe Council of Europe Portal (official site of the Council of Europe; in numerous languages)
History of Europe as a Supranational Region: Primary Documents (links to primary sources, from medieval to modern, within the EuroDocs site) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
European Integration History Index (sections on archives, journals, and more; within the WWW Virtual Library site, devoted to links, especially to primary sources) (Christian Lekl, Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe)
European Union Europa - The European Union online (official server of the European Union; in numerous languages)
Maastricht Treaty -- Establishment of the European Union 
For European Recovery: The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Marshall Plan (online exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Early Modern Europe: The Witch Hunts (links to primary and secondary sources, covering the European witch hunts, as well as instances in colonial America) (Frank Luttmer, Hanover C.)
World War I
World War I and its Aftermath 1914 - 1921 (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
World War I--Trenches on the Web: An Internet History of the Great War
Homepage (deep, well-organized, sophisticated page of textual and multimedia resources) (Mike Iavarone)
From Chickamauga to Chipilly Ridge: The Long March of John Allan Wyeth ("World War I poetry of an American Civil War vet")
PBS/The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century 
Reference Library
Biographies Index 
Document Archive 
Fractal Gallery (Artwork from the Great War) 
Media Room (Audio files) 
Photo Archive 
Timeline Index ("detailed history of the major events leading up to and occurring during World War I")
VRML Hall ("virtual reality objects from WWI")
WWI Publications and Periodicals 

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