Bloomsbury Churchill Archive is prepared by the archivists at the Churchill Archives Centre in Cambridge. With over 70,000 entries, users can locate references to individual people, subjects or events at the touch of a button.
Bloomsbury Churchill Archive is designed for both teaching and research, the collection of over 800,000 unique items is augmented by interactive user tools and valuable teaching and supplementary resources. It will prove invaluable for academics, researchers, students, teachers, writers and enthusiasts of History, Politics, International Affairs, Military History, and more.
Key features and benefits include:
- In-depth guides that provide an introduction to a topic which forms the foundation of further study into key areas of 20th-century history.
- Introductions that offer an accessible way into the Archive for those less familiar or confident with the study of primary sources.
Bloomsbury Churchill Archive is available via subscription/subscribe-to-own or one-time purchase. Through the subscription/subscribe-to-own option, it takes subscribers approximately 5 years to reach the ownership threshold.
This resource is available via annual subscription, or one-time purchase with annual access fee. LYRASIS members may subscribe or purchase at any time.
LYRASIS has negotiated a central license with the best possible terms. Participating institutions placing new orders will be asked to agree to abide by the terms at that time.