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History of Twentieth Century Decolonization Movements: Getting started

Subject guide chronicling and linking to foundational literature and primary source materials examining global decolonization movements.

How to use this guide

Welcome to the History of Twentieth Century Decolonization Movements research guide. This guide will provide you information that will help you with the research assignments in this class. This guide is divided into the following sections: 

Finding Books & E-Books: This search function will direct you towards books in the library or E-books that relate to your research topic.

Finding Articles and online databases: These databases (searchable collections of information like articles or e-book chapters), will help you find articles related your research topics.

Primary sources: These are online resources that provide information on matters related to your research topic 

Interlibrary Loan: This is a service provided to FHSU faculty, staff, and students who need access research materials that are not owned by Forsyth Library.  


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Government Documents

To find more Government Documents, search the Online Catalog and select "government documents" under Location. More information available here

Print Materials Available in Forsyth Library

Most items with call numbers are available in the Government Documents Department on the upper level of the Forsyth Library.

United Nations. Dept. of Political Affairs, Trusteeship and Decolonization - 1977.  UN. A/AC. 131 L.102/a


US Government Documents Available Online


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Additional Titles of potential interest (Available Through Interlibrary Loan)