Political Extremism in the Twentieth Century

Primary source material from far-right and fascist movements, alongside of radical leftist groups.  Includes ephemera, election materials, government documents and oral histories from groups in the United States, Europe, and Australia including John Birch Society, Black Panther Party, Ku Klux Klan, LaRouche, anti-integration groups, neo-Nazis, Communist and anti-Communist groups, Christian Identity, British Union of Fascists, British National Party, and religious cults.  Spans 1930s-21st century.

Religions of America Digital Archive

A digital collection of primary source documents about religion in the United States in the 19th and 20th centuries. Includes The American Religions Collection; Utah and the Mormons; The Shaker Collection; Christian Identity Materials from the Hall-Hoag Collection of Extremist Propaganda; and the FBI Files on Jonestown, the Waco/Branch Davidians, and the Moorish Science Temple of America.

AccessEngineering

McGraw-Hill engineering reference database. Includes major engineering reference works such as Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook and Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers as well as advanced tools such as calculators, interactive tables, videos, and data visualisation of material properties.

FlyBase

FlyBase is a bioinformatics database and serves as an online repository for drosophila genetics and molecular biology.  The project is a consortium between Harvard University, University of Cambridge (UK), Indiana University, and the University of New Mexico.

PUL opens the Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery and its first exhibition, "Welcome Additions: Selected Acquisitions 2012-18"

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The Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery

The Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery, which recognizes the many contributions of 1953 Princeton alumnus Leonard L. Milberg and his wife Ellen Milberg, is now open in Firestone Library's lobby. Photo by Shelley Szwast, Princeton University Library


 

Tokyo Trials Literature Database

Full text searchable database of documents and audio-visual resources covering the trials of World War II Japanese war criminals. The collection is published in stages. All documents will eventually be available in English, Chinese and Japanese. At this moment, some parts are available in English, but related books and documents are still largely in Chinese only. To use the database please click on the button “Log In” button in the top menu and choose “Institutional User Login” without filling in anything, to proceed.

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