Written primary sources are first-hand accounts from people who witnessed or were involved in the events being described. They include letters or reports written by the people involved, official documents, or photographs of the events. They also include memoirs written later.
BOOKS ON EUROPE
Documents on Polish-Soviet relations, 1939-1945
Call Number: DK4410 .L661961
The fifth century B.C.
by Lewis, Naphtali.
Call Number: DF12 .L48
France: Empire and Republic, 1850-1940; historical documents
by selected and introduced by David Thomson
Call Number: DC340 .T52
German constitutional documents since 1871 : selected texts and commentary
by edited by Louise W. Holborn, Gwendolen M. Carter, John H. Herz
Call Number: KKC.H6
Italy in the Second World War : memories and documents
by by Pietro Badoglio
Call Number: D763.I8 B27
Letters and documents of Napoleon
by Selected and translated by John Eldred Howard
Call Number: DC213 .H61961
Modern Spain : a documentary history
by edited by Jon Cowans
Call Number: DP233 .M59 2003
Publication Date: c2003
Official documents concerning Polish-German and Polish-Soviet relations, 1933-1939