The Digital Loeb Classical Library, a part of Harvard University Press, provides electronic access to Classical Latin and Greek literature and includes more than 520 volumes. Users can easily browse, search, annotate and share digital content via a functional, user-friendly interface. All texts are up-to-date, and include accurate English translations. It includes works of epic and lyric poetry, history, philosophy, oratory and much more.
London Low Life is a full-text searchable resource, containing colour digital images of rare books, ephemera, maps and other materials relating to 19th and early 20th century London. The resource covers a wide range of disciplines, including literature, cultural studies, urban studies, social history and the study of leisure and tourism.
Luthers Werke im WWW reproduces the Weimar Edition in electronic form. The Weimar Edition, which is regarded as a monumental work in the field of theology and the German language, was first published in 1883 and includes 127 volumes. The Weimar Edition of Luthers Werke is published by ProQuest with the co-operation and support of the publishers Hermann Böhlaus Nachfolger Weimar GmbH & Co.
In 1894, Alfred Dreyfus, a French Jewish officer, is accused of treason and sentenced to life imprisonment. Despite overwhelming evidence of the guilt of another officer, the Army continued to cover up the miscarriage of justice until Dreyfus' release in 1906. The "Dreyfus affair", which became the most prominent political scandal of his time, divided France and revealed the virulent anti-Semitism rife in Europe.
With more than 1,000 volumes, the collection contains all the most famous Dreyfusard publications, such as the newspaper article "J'accuse" by Zola in 1898, as well as some rarely seen archival documents. Documents from a wide range of countries bearing witness to all aspects of the controversy reflect the breadth and depth of attention which the Dreyfus Affair attracted at the end of the 19th century.