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Article images from 70 years of The Times
Supports scholarship in British and world history
Full text searchable

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Covering almost a century of British and world history, Palmer’s Full Text Online gives researchers Web-based access to more than one million article images from The London Times®.

This resource consists of a fully searchable electronic index to The Times® in which each record is linked to a high-quality image of the relevant article. Researchers can search by date range or decade to locate articles quickly. Articles can be magnified on screen, copied into a word-processing document, or printed.

  • Content Type: Newspapers

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