Adam Matthew Digital launches new World War Two Studies product

22 January 2020

Published product

World War Two Studies, the latest addition to Adam Matthew’s Research Source suite provides students and scholars with access to important primary sources relating to many aspects of World War Two.

Sources include the records of the famed British espionage and sabotage organisation, the Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare – known officially as The Special Operations Executive; and the private papers of American General Robert L Eichelberger.

Adam Matthew’s Research Source products utilise the extensive back catalogue of the company and cover a range of topics, from Renaissance literature to 20th-century economic policy.

“It’s important that we continue to make these vital documents from the Adam Matthew back catalogue available to scholars and students as we move beyond the age of microfilm. World Two Studies is a great example of why. A diverse selection of material, from Churchill’s wartime cabinet papers to materials on the allied occupation of Japan that make it a truly important collection of primary sources for those interested in World War Two.”

Martha Fogg, Publishing Director, Adam Matthew Digital