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Major library and archival coverage on Germany begins with the founding of the First Reich and the Reichstag debates of 1871. German participation in European politics and World War I is represented by extensive holdings of trench papers, personal narratives, government documents, reviews of the foreign press, manuscript materials, prisoner-of-war letters, sketchbooks, and posters.
Full collection statement is available: http://www.hoover.org/library-and-archives/collections/west-europe/germany
Catalog system: MARC records, finding aids in EAD. All collections are listed on the Online Archive of California. Digitized collections may be viewed using on-site computers.
Outreach: Internet, Newsletter, Brochure/flyer/pamphlet, Radio/television,video