You can access a variety of subscription databases from the ATC library.
You can access a variety of other useful databases from the State Library of Queensland.
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Use databases to find reliable and authentic information.
Access BRITANNICA ONLINE for articles, images, videos and interactives.
This resource provices an interactive timeline of events which have shaped Australian history.
Trove is an Australian database which you can search for online content. You can find primary sources including images, historic newspapers, maps, music, archives. You can find instructions for using TROVE here.
Hitler, A. (2000). Hitler, Adolf. In B. C. Bigelow, G. Feldman, C. Slovey, & K. K. Howes (Eds.), World War II Reference Library (Vol. 4, pp. 31-41). Detroit, MI: UXL. Retrieved from http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/CX3411800089/WHIC?u=61_atc&sid=WHIC&xid=a4065c28
Erickson, J. (2001, July). BARBAROSSA JUNE 1941: WHO ATTACKED WHOM? History Today, 51(7), 11. Retrieved from http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A76402659/WHIC?u=61_atc&sid=WHIC&xid=7a0f7230
A collection of memoirs solicited by the BBC and made available to the public.
This organization preserves memories of the Battle of Britain and has links to many primary sources.
Primary source documents from 1939 showing the build up to hostilities between Britain and Germany.
Eyewitness accounts of life in London and elsewhere during the German bombardment.
A collection from Yale University's Avalon Project.
Cumming, A. J. (2007). Did radar win the Battle of Britain? The Historian, 69(4), 688+. Retrieved from http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A172330711/WHIC?u=61_atc&sid=WHIC&xid=cf41ba24
Here are just some of the places you can start your search for information on this topic.