This is a wonderful list of resources for students, researchers, and historical fiction writers. I will be interested to see what others add to the list, especially in the United States and Canada.
David Thackeray, Marc Palen and Richard Toye
University of Exeter
As 3rd-year students scramble to finish their dissertations and as 2nd-year students begin formulating topics for their own, it’s worth noting the dramatic expansion in the availability of sources for the study of modern British and British imperial history in recent years.
Many of these sources are free to use. However, it is often hard to keep track of what materials are now available. What follows is a short guide (which is by no means comprehensive) but gives an introduction to some of the most important sources and may be of particular use to students planning dissertations, as well as other researchers. Please feel free to add your own suggestions in the ‘comments’ section.
- Mass Observation was a social investigation organisation set up in the 1930s that produced a range of social surveys about British life until its…
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