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Germany and Japan: Losers of World War II: Books

This guide will help you locate library resources for Dr. Gaunder's research paper for Germany and Japan: Losers of World War II.


Hint:  Start with a keyword search that expresses the main concepts in your research question.

WorldCat Local

The A. Frank Smith Library is offering a discovery layer called WorldCat Local.  Worldcat@SU pulls together a large number of subscription databases (including SU's Library Catalog) into a unified search engine, increasing one's chances of finding results by keyword or phrase.  Whenever possible, links are provided directly to the online source identified.

Once you do a search, note how Worldcat@SU offers a large number of facets (limiters)  on the left side to refine your search by format (book, article ), author, year, language etc.  To the right side of the record, you can focus by subject headings.

Having trouble finding the book you need in Worldcat@SU? Try these helpful links:

Relevant Subject Headings (Search Terms)

Books @ the SLC

Library of Congress Country Studies Series (Germany and Japan)

Library of Congress Country Profiles (Online Source)

This Web site contains the online versions of books previously published (1988-98) in hard copy by the the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Army. At present, 101 countries and regions are covered. The date of information for each country appears on the title page of each country and at the end of each section.  

Get It!: Interlibrary loan and acquisitions requests

When you are doing research, you may find a book, score, DVD, CD, or article you need that is not in our collection. If this happens, you can request it through Get It!. Our library will either borrow the item from another library on your behalf, or we will purchase it, depending on information you provide.