Created by historians at Heidelberg University. LONSEA database illustrates the history of international organisations and global governance. Its focus is the material collected by the League of Nations on the proceedings of international activities from 1919 to 1946.
Digitized Materials by Other Libraries and Archives
Online resource from the National Library of France. "Over a millions books and documents for free". Contains several full-text scans of League of Nations publications.
Gallica is the online library of the National Library of France, and includes other partners information. New content is added on a weekly basis, so far it gives access to more than 2 millions documents.
The Hathi Trust (partnership of major research institutions and libraries) contains books (full-view) about the League of Nations and publications relevant to material in the League of Nations Archives.
The History of International Organisations Group (HION) was founded in Geneva in Autumn 2008
"HION has two guiding objectives:
- To unite the many researchers working on the history of international organizations
- To promote collaboration between researchers, archivists of international organizations, and international civil servants, particularly those in charge of institutional history projects.
In autumn 2011, HION is nearly 160 members strong."