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A contemporary record of 40 years of crucial change and development in the Arab world.

Arab Newspapers republishes on microfilm the text of newspapers in Arabic published since the 1950s providing researchers with an invaluable new resource for the study of the Middle East.

For scholars of the region's recent history there is clearly a need for access to such primary documentation without which it is impossible to make a complete assessment of the events and changes which have created the modern Arab world.

Al-Anwar,
1960-1988 (Lebanon)
Microfilm 99 reels

Al-Hayat,
1950-1976 (Lebanon)
Microfilm 53 reels

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