Indexes about contains 100.000 records of articles published from 1750 to 1815 in 195 periodicals. No full text (although some of the journals will be available from the Enlightenment journals project (above).
The project indexes German and foreign-language academic publications through 2015. The most comprehensive bibliography of its kind, it indexes monographs, edited volumes, periodical articles, source editions, reference works and bibliographies. No longer updated (2016).
topical, discipline-specific, pedagogical or geographical finding aids for Open Access materials relevant for German Studies. Also includes information on the Open Access movement. Curated by Dick Hacken, BYU (email@example.com).
Portal to digital content from German libraries, archives, museums, research institutions, and other organizations. The site provides access to texts such as books, articles, dissertations, and manuscripts; images of paintings, maps, museum objects, and more.
Search the digital collections at the Leo Baeck Institute in New York, NY. Over 75% of the archival collection is available online, including 2000 manuscripts and memoirs. In addition, many of the collection's books, photographs, and other material may be viewed online.
E-Editions include the Canadian author Frederick Philip Grove (aka Felix Paul Greve)'s 1927 & 1946 autobiographies, & the revealing recollections of the dada Baroness Else von Freytag-Loringhoven. (Archives & Special Collections, University of Manitoba).