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Der KVK ist eine Meta-Suchmaschine zum Nachweis von mehreren hundert Millionen Büchern, Zeitschriften und anderen Medien in Bibliotheks- und Buchhandelskatalogen weltweit.
The Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog is a meta-search engine for locating hundreds of millions of books, periodicals, and other media in library and book trade catalogues throughout the world.
Online versions of two volumes of Kent Records
Index of Wills Proved in the Rochester Consistory Court Wills 1440 – 1561 (Vol. 9)
Documents illustrative of Medieval Kentish Society Gen. Editor F.R.H. De Boulay (1964) (Vol. 18)
This is a full text edition (in Japanese) of the Asahi Shimbun from 1879, when it was first issued to the present. It is possible to compare the Tokyo and Osaka editions of the paper. Among other features, the database also includes articles from two magazines “AERA” and “Shukan Asahi” as well as a roughly 10,000 image photographic archive, taken mostly during World War II.
“”History keyword” system is a distinctive feature of Kikuzo II Visual, which is designed to efficiently search for the articles of the Meiji, the Taisho and the Showa periods. History keywords consist of selected major events of those days and names of historical figures as opposed to regular keywords given in the articles. By searching the database by history keywords, all relevant articles, even those which do not contain the very keywords, can be searched interrelatedly. In addition, a variety of history keyword lists (e.g. its chronological table and one organized by field of activity) further helps one’s search. A click on a keyword on the lists is enough to retrieve all relevant information all at once.”
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