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60 Minutes: 1997-2014 External This link opens in a new window
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Alternate Name(s) 60 Minutes Sixty Minutes
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Trial Ends June 7, 2024
For the first time ever, nearly two decades of television’s most preeminent program are available online in one expansive streaming video resource. The 60 MINUTES: 1997–2014 collection grants unprecedented access to the CBS News archives from this period, including many episodes not widely seen since their original broadcast.
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60 Minutes: 2015-2025 External This link opens in a new window
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Alternate Name(s) 60 Minutes Sixty Minutes, Volume 2
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Trial Ends June 7, 2024
For the first time, nearly two decades of television’s most preeminent program are available online in one expansive streaming video resource. The 60 MINUTES collection from Alexander Street grants unprecedented access to the CBS News archives from this period, including many episodes not widely seen since their original broadcast. This entire collection is only available from Alexander Street for the library market. Volume 2 extends coverage to 2015 – 2025.
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CBS News Video Archive External This link opens in a new window
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The CBS News Video Archive is a database of flagship news programming spanning 6 decades of journalistic coverage. Perfect for history, media studies, journalism, and social sciences students and scholars, this unique product provides an unparalleled look at American and World History events, as they were originally reported.
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Leningradskaia Pravda Digital Archive External This link opens in a new window
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Alternate Name(s) Leningradskaia Pravda Digital Archive (DA-LGPV)
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During the October Revolution, the Bolsheviks seized control of Petrograd and precipitated the Russian Civil War (1917-1923). As part of their effort to curb imperial influence, the Bolsheviks closed the newspaper Sanktpeterburgskiia Viedomosti, which had been founded by Peter the Great in 1702.
After Pravda was relocated to Moscow in 1918, Petrogradskaia Pravda was established to function as the official organ of the local Communist Party committees and soviets. During this time, it covered events such as the Polish-Soviet War (1918-1921) and the establishment of the Soviet Union (1922).
Following Lenin’s death in 1924, Petrograd was renamed Leningrad—and the title was subsequently renamed Leningradskaia Pravda.
Leningradskaia Pravda is perhaps best known for continuously publishing during the Siege of Leningrad (1941-1944), during which time only a single issue did not appear. Following World War II, the title covered the trials and executions of Nazis who committed atrocities during the siege.
Leningradskaia Pravda continued to publish through the second half of the twentieth century, during which time the publication was awarded the Order of Lenin for its revolutionary merits. Following the August 1991 Soviet coup attempt, the newspaper ceased publication.
The Leningradskaia Pravda Digital Archive is a valuable resource for scholars of history, politics, sociology, and Slavic studies. It also represents a valuable historical preservation project and may be of interest to institutions that study war, genocide, and the Holocaust.
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