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Russia Presidential Election 2018 | © East View Information Services

Political scientists and historians in the field of eastern-European studies in Germany can look forward to free-of-charge access to the new database "Russia Presidential Election 2018", for which a license has been acquired recently within the scope of the Specialised Information Service for Russian, East and Southeast European Studies.

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Beispiele „Inhaltsverzeichnisse und mehr” im OPACplus/BSB-Katalog | © BSB

Around 1.2 million tables of contents, registers, blurbs, abstracts and more permit checking the content of scholarly book publications during your research in the OPACplus/ BSB catalogue already before ordering, and thus permit ordering the desired titles in a more targeted manner.

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TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE WORLD'S OCEANS! | © Oxford University Press

Up to the end of 2019, the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek offers registered users the opportunity to test online reference works of the scholarly publishing house Oxford University Press on a great variety of disciplines free of charge.

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Schlagwort-Zettelkatalog der Kriegssammlung | © BSB

On time for the end of the 100-year anniversary of the First World War and the November Revolution, the adding of the old subject headings from the time between 1914 and 1981 in the homonymous special catalogue of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek could be concluded.

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Steve Jobs, Frühjahr 1984 | © BSB/Stern-Fotoarchiv/Jürgen Gebhardt

In the presence of Bernd Sibler, the Bavarian State Minister of Sciences, Research and the Arts, the analogue photographic archive of the magazine STERN is presented for the first time today at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (BSB), with a number of former STERN photographers taking part as well. Moreover, a small selection of photographs is shown. The Hamburg publishing house Gruner + Jahr donated the analogue photographic archive of the magazine STERN, which comprises 15 million photographs, to the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek at the start of 2019, in order to ensure the long-term existence of the archive and to make it accessible to the public and research.

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