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Newspapers from North Macedonia at the Library of Congress

Online Newspapers from North Macedonia

Students, imperial military middle school, Monastir. [between 1880 and 1893]. Abdul-Hamid II Collection. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division.

The Library of Congress has almost no online newspapers from North Macedonia. News sources such as business reports, news magazines, and news wires are available through two main databases, Balkan Insight and EMIS Intelligence, but all of the sources are in English. A Serbian resource, Ebart, is also described below in the section for subscription databases. Unfortunately, these sources provide almost no historical depth in the Macedonian digital news realm. For that, one needs to use newspapers on microfilm or in print.

The most useful way to obtain the latest news and information in the vernacular from and about North Macedonia s to visit the websites of current Macedonian newspapers. It seems that very little vernacular, historical news from North Macedonia has been digitized. For information in English try using websites of major newspapers outside of the country such as the New York Times, the Times of London, or the Washington Post. The Library of Congress has these three, and many other English-language newspapers, in its subscription database collection.

Subscription resources marked with a padlock are available to researchers on-site at the Library of Congress. If you are unable to visit the Library, you may be able to access these resources through your local public or academic library.

Because North Macedonia was once part of the multi-ethnic Ottoman Empire and former Yugoslavia, sites and catalogs from other former Yugoslav and Balkan countries may contain relevant material.

Subscription Databases

Digitized Newspapers