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Web Resources: Iranian, French, & Algerian Revolutions

File:Révolution de 1830 - Combat devant l'hôtel de ville - 28.07.1830.jpg

French Revolution: "Combat devant l'hôtel de ville"(1830) by Jean-Victor Schnetz 

  • Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution (GMU and CUNY)
    This site offers information and primary sources related to the French Revolution including: authoritative essays on important ideas or events during the Revolution; important documentary evidence from the Revolution (including 338 texts, songs, 245 images, and 13 maps); a timeline; and a glossary of terms. It is a collaboration between George Mason University and City University of New York
  • French Revolution- Modern Internet History Sourcebook (Fordham University)
    The Internet History Sourcebooks Project includes links to public domain and copy-permitted historical texts available for educational use. This page covers: The French Revolution (Lead-up, Liberal Revolution, and Radical Revolution), Responses to the Revolution, Napoleon, and Napoleonic Wars.
  • Teachwar: Algerian Revolution
    Teachwar is a blog devoted to resources, strategies and thoughts on teaching about war in college classrooms. This page includes a number of primary source documents that can be used to learn about the Algerian Revolution.
  • Algeria- Profile & Timeline (BBC)
    Algeria profile- chronology of key events from independence through the present. (BBC News)
  • Algerian War Primary Sources (University of Warwick, UK)
    Digitized primary source documents on the Algerian War from the selection complied by Warwick's Modern Records Centre.
  • The Iran Primer- (United States Institute of Peace)
    From the website: "The world’s most comprehensive website on Iran, “The Primer” brings together 50 experts—Western and Iranian—in concise chapters on politics, economy, military, foreign policy, and the nuclear program. It chronicles events under six U.S. presidents."
  • The Iranian Revolution at 30 (The Middle East Institute)
    Viewpoint publication by the Middle East Institute Washington DC. From the website: "In the first of these special editions of Viewpoints, we turn our attention to the Iranian Revolution, one of the most important— and influential — events in the region’s recent history. This issue’s contributors reflect on the significance of
    the Revolution, whose ramifications continue to echo through the Middle East down to the present day."
  • Iranian Poster Art: The Graphics of Revolution and War (Univ. of Chicago)
    Posters from the Iranian Revolution. This permanent online exhibit was collaboratively produced with a loan exhibition of the University of Chicago's posters on display at the Indiana University Art Museum.

Web Resources: Cuban (1895 and 1959), Russian, and Chinese Communist Revolutions

Russian Revolution of 1917: Bolshevik Troops Marching in Red Square


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