Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Secret Files ... not secret anymore

The Library is trialling a new electronic resource : Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War: Intelligence, Strategy and Diplomacy 

This will be available, on and off campus, until the 17th June 2016 using this link.

Please let your Academic Support Librarian know what you think of this resource.

  • why you would use this resource?
  • what teaching or research would this support?
  • who else would use this resource?
With over 144,000 pages of content, Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War brings to light original U.K. intelligence reports and meeting minutes, signals intelligence, and newly released intelligence and policy files of the Foreign Office's Permanent Under-Secretary's Department. Spanning four key twentieth century conflicts, with a spotlight on the Second World War, the material, sourced from The National Archives, U.K., enables rich research into intelligence, foreign policy, international relations, and military history in the period of Appeasement, through the Second World War, and into the early Cold War.

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