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Posters on either "France" or "Europe" between 1919-1939. Go to Special Collections to view actual posters.
Gallica is the online library of the French National Library, with over 6 million documents online. Most finding aids are in French, so if you don't know much/any French, it will be best to search it for the French term for "interwar," L'entre-deux-guerres, names of places, people, individual years, or regimes (e.g., Vichy).
Searchable full-image of the Chicago Defender (1909-2010), Chicago Tribune (1849-1996), Los Angeles Times (1881-1995), St. Louis Post-Dispatch (1874-2003), New York Times (1851-2015), Wall Street Journal (1889-2002) and the Washington Post (1877-2002).
Full-text law journals (mostly English, but also contains French language sources from this period). You can limit years of publication and search for articles containing keywords related to France, Paris, your topic, etc.
Also includes a number of treaty guides and indexes, including Treaties in Force. Date Coverage: 1925-date Maximum Users: Unlimited Truncation: Truncation * Wildcard ?