Welcome to the History guide. Throughout the guide's sections you'll find our suggestions for key resources and information in this subject area.
To get you started, here are the key shelfmark areas for your subject. The floor information is for books; print journals will have the same shelfmark but all journals are on the third floor.
Whilst the majority of the history books are under shelfmark D and E (American history), you will also find books of interest under J (politics) and U (military history). Additionally, the DC Watt Collection on Floor 1 contains resources obtained primarily for students on the MA Intelligence and Studies, but may be of interest to politics and history students and staff.
|Military and naval history||D25-27, U41|
|World War 1||D501-680|
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