Record series DO (Dominions Office) 133, DO 134, FO (Foreign Office) 371, and FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) 37 from the British National Archives.
Complete British Foreign Office Files dealing with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, from 1949-1980.
Digital collection of British government documents, mostly from the Foreign Office, but also from the Colonial Office, the Dominions Office, and the War Office. “Confidential Prints” were diplomatic dispatches and related documents deemed sufficiently important to be printed and then circulated among government officials. The prints were grouped into series by geographical region, and then numbered consecutively, but after being transferred to the Public Records Office, the prints were organized according to the National Archives’ system of provenance.
Complete minutes and memorandum of the cabinet of British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan, 1957-1963.
Search and access the full text of published and unpublished Congressional hearings from 1824-1979. Uses the same interface as Lexis-Nexis Congressional Universe.
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Digital collection of the correspondence between Poor Law unions and the central administration in London. Correspondence includes letters, memos, reports, and other accounts of activities within the region covered by the union. Includes source material for the study of education, local politics, labor movements, and public health. Covers 1834- 1871.
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MEMSO provides a large and growing resource of essential medieval and early modern sources relating to British and Irish history on-line.
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