I'm very pleased to share with you all details about Bloomsbury's new online resource and window on 20th Century History - The Churchill Archive. You can now view the beta website and contact us for information regarding free 90-day trials and subscription/purchase options (NB: the Archive is only available to institutions, so please do recommend to your library).
What is it?
The Churchill Archive features more than 800,000 pages of private letters, speeches, notes, manuscripts, government transcripts and other primary source documents from between 1874 and 1965, ranging from Winston S. Churchill's personal correspondence to his official exchanges with kings, presidents, politicians and military leaders. Designed for both teaching and research, the collection will provide a wealth of secondary source and teaching materials as well as state-of-the-art online and interactive tools to engage everyone from university faculty and librarians to students, teachers, researchers, writers and enthusiasts. The Churchill Archive is unlike any other historical resource of its kind and has been referred to as “The holy grail of twentieth century archives.”
The Churchill Archive is highly relevant to the fields of History, Politics, International Affairs, British Studies, Literature, Linguistics, Social Policy, Arts and Culture. Reply to this email today to learn more about the subscription and perpetual access options for your organization.