Answering the call within the academic community for smaller, more specialised collections of primary sources, Gale introduces Archives Unbound. This new online resource digitises the most popular microfilm collections from Gale and Primary Source Media and makes them available to scholars 24/7  Between 5,000 to 200,000 pages per title, these collections act as a small adjunct to our large digital collections making them a very affordable option for libraries and departments.

These subject-specific archives support multi-disciplinary research in history, political science, hard science and ethnic studies and can be purchased on a title by title basis or in any combination. A very active publishing schedule drives this new online resource due to advancements in Gale technoloy to publish multiple collections quickly. To date nearly 100 collections have been added to the platform including such popular collections as Witchcraft in Europe and America, U.S Relations with the Vatican and the Holocaust, and The Economy and War in the Third Reich which provides a fascinating insight into the behind the scenes workings of Nazi Germany.

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Central and Eastern European studies

Middle East Studies:

Jewish and Holocaust Studies:

European History:

French language collections


Click on the links below to find research collections in your area of study


American Studies

Diplomatic History
Holocaust Studies
Native American Studies
Asian Studies

European History
Latin American Studies
Political Studies
Colonial a. Postc.
Studies
Gender Studies
Middle East StudiesReligious Studies
Economic History

German Studies
Military HistoryWomen's Studies

American  Studies

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Asian Studies

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Colonial and Postcolonial Studies

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Economic History                                                         

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Diplomatic History

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European History

French Language Titles (available now):
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Gender Studies

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German Studies