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Source Categories - Hemerotecas


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WHKMLA, 2012



DEFINITION
Hemeroteca in Spanish and Portuguese, Emeroteca in Italian refers to a library collecting periodicals. In recent years, numerous digital libraries of periodicals have emerged; as the English language misses a term for these, here the Spanish/Portuguese term "Hemeroteca" is used.
Article Hemeroteca from Wikipedia Spanish edition; Hemeroteca from Wikipedia Portuguese edition; Emeroteca from Wikipedia Italian edition

ALTERNATIVE SITES
startpagina.nl : Kranten historisch, in Dutch
Wikipedia, List of Online Newspaper Archives
ICON, International Coalition on Newspapers, Newspaper Digitization Projects


I.a) Europe
Austria . Belgium . Bulgaria . Croatia . Czech Republic . Denmark . Estonia . Finland . Germany . Greece . Hungary . Iceland . Ireland . Italy . Latvia . Lithuania . Luxemburg . Malta . Netherlands . Norway . Poland . Portugal . Romania . Russia . Serbia . Slovakia . Spain . Sweden . Switzerland . United Kingdom
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS : Scotland . Wales
HISTORICAL REGIONS : Bukovina .
I.b) Americas
Anguilla . Antigua & Barbuda . Argentina . Bahamas . Barbados . Bermuda . Brazil . British Virgin Islands . Cayman Islands . Chile . Colombia . Costa Rica . Cuba . Dominica . Dominican Republic . Grenada . Guadeloupe . Haiti . Jamaica . Martinique . Mexico . Montserrat . Netherlands Antilles . Peru . Puerto Rico . St. Kitts & Nevis . St. Lucia . St. Vincent . Trinidad & Tobago . Turks & Caicos Islands . U.S. Virgin Islands . Venezuela .
I.c) Asia
Afghanistan . PR China . Hong Kong . India . Indonesia . Israel . Mongolia . Pakistan . Philippines . Singapore . South Korea . Taiwan . Turkey .
HISTORICAL ENTITIES . Dutch East Indies . Korea (united) . Qing . Republic of China (1911-1949) .
I.d) Oceania / Pacific
Australia . New Zealand .
I.e) Africa
HISTORICAL ENTITIES : German East Africa .


NOTE
WHKMLA addresses high school students taking courses (AP, SAT) in World and European History. Geographically, it covers the world EXCEPT for the U.S.A. and Canada (as students can learn about the history of these countries in courses on U.S./American History).

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