Document ReferenceING
TitleCollections of the former Institute of German, Austrian and Swiss Affairs (INGASA) (printed materials)
Date Of CreationC.1939-1994
ExtentOver 14,000 items
LevelFonds
Access ConditionsAccessible to all readers
Admin HistoryThe collections of the former Institute of German, Austrian and Swiss Affairs (INGASA) were transferred to the University of Nottingham Library in 1995, after the closure of the Institute. The holdings comprised both published and archival material, and its specialist nature resulted in the principal holdings of the Institute being added to the collections of Manuscripts and Special Collections. Some of the INGASA library collections have been transferred to general lending stock, but there remains a core special collection relating to Germany of the mid-late 20th century.
Custodial HistoryThe collection transferred to the University Library, Manuscripts & Special Collections, in 1995, from the Institute of German, Austrian and Swiss Affairs (INGASA)
DescriptionThe book collection has a particular focus on the German Democratic Republic, and includes material on German history, politics and government, economics, industry and commerce, transport, education, and literature. In addition to books, the collections include pamphlets, periodicals, and a number of newspaper titles.
MgtGroupLibraries of other institutions
Printed Book Collections
ArrangementThe collection is arranged by Library of Congress classification
LanguageGerman
English
TermGermany (East) - Politics and government - 20th century
FindingAidsThe collection is catalogued on the University of Nottingham Libary Online Catalogue (UNLOC): http://aleph.nottingham.ac.uk/ALEPH. To browse the Collection, on the Basic Search screen, select 'Special Collection' in the Field to Search drop-down menu and enter the search term ING (the code for INGASA Collection).
ReprodnNoteReprographic copies can be supplied for educational and private study purposes only, depending on access status and the condition of the documents.
ConditionGenerally good
Related MaterialThe Institute also maintained a principally archival collection derived from the British Military Government in Berlin, and this is catalogued as a separate collection reference BMGB.
Also associated with the Institute is the Magdeburg Public Library collection, which represents the stock of a small branch library in Magdeburg immediately prior to Reunification. This is catalogued with the collection reference MAG
Related RecordBMGB
MAG
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