Overseas newspapers are indexed (and may link to fulltext) in the following Monash databases:
Cylinder printing press, 1846, invented by Richard March Hoe (1812-86) New York. Capable of printing 8000 sheets per hour, the first 10 cylinder printing presses were imported to England for The Times newspaper (image courtesy of Bridgeman Education)
Newspapers contain news, opinions, advertisements and other items of contemporary or historical interest. The library has a large collection of Australian and overseas newspapers, both current and historical. There are English language (Australian and international), other European language and Asian language newspapers.
To find a newspaper do a title search in Search, and select journals under refine results in the left column of the results page (not newspaper articles).
To research a topic in a newspaper, you will need to consult an index, or search the full text of the newspaper in electronic format (if available). Monash University Library subscribes to several databases that give access to the full text of many Australian and overseas newspapers.
Use the tabs above to find Monash Library newspaper holdings for specific countries.
Tip: if you know the title of a newspaper, then search for the title in Search. Remember to select journals under refine results in the left column of the results page (not newspaper articles).
You can also search for newspapers by;
Remember to select journals under refine results in the left column of the results page.
Also under the Details of a record click on the Subjects links to find similar items.