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The Living Museum Online (LeMO)
LeMO is a passage through German history from the beginning of the 19th century to the present day. It combines informative texts with objects from the museum as well as visual and sound documents, thus conveying historical knowledge as an overview and in its various contexts. In a “Collective Memory” it is possible to tie in one’s own eyewitness reports and personal histories with the LeMO contents.
Huge collection of e-books written "auf Deutsch."
The Novels of Fanny Lewald
Washington University's digitized collection contains ten novels by the female German Jewish author, Fanny Lewald (1811-1889).
Sophie: A Digital Library of Works by German-Speaking Women
Brigham Young University's digital library of early German-speaking women's works (1740-1923), including literature, articles, film and music.
Hathi Trust Digital Library
Comprehensive digital archive of library materials converted from print that is co-owned and managed by a number of academic institutions.
Frequently updated site maintained by the CLA Language Resource Center at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Campus.
German Studies Trails
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Instructional pages relating to all aspects of German life. Includes their German Internet Project.
Radio and TV ONline
A collection of television and radio broadcasts from around the world. You will
need to have RealPlayer software and a fairly fast internet connection to access
this resource. Select any Spanish speaking country.
Berliner Morgenpost Online