Books published after 1640, with a broad range of subjects and languages represented.
Editions of two magazines published for Britain's fighting forces between 1917 and 1919, with pictures, stories, poems and humour.
Details of officers who served in the British Army, Navy and Air Force in the First and Second World Wars.
Small cheap booklets sold on Scotland's streets were essential reading material for the masses in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The life and times of Winston Churchill, MP for Dundee before he became a wartime Prime Minister. Features schools resources.
Browse over 2,300 broadside ballads, mostly from 19th-century England, with subjects ranging from courtship, occupations and emigration to patriotism and wars.
The First World War experiences of four very different people — the General, the Nurse, the Soldier, and the Conscientious Objector.
Black-and-white photographs mainly of the Western Front during the First World War. From the papers of Field Marshal (Earl) Haig.
Maps and plans made for government troops by the Board of Ordnance during the Jacobite period in the 18th century.
Scottish listings of casualties and those who died while on active service during the First World War.
Chapbooks about events from the 1790s to the Battle of Waterloo, mostly ballads about military conflicts with Napoleon Bonaparte.
This site charts the continuum of the Scots language in printed form, from the 15th century to the present day.
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