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UKPressOnline is your gateway to over TWO million pages of the 19th-21st Centuries’ newspapers, from 1835 to today, all as published on the day they were published and all searchable by name, word, phrase and date.

 

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With every page available in thumbnail, small preview, full-size view and ready-to-print PDF with live text, and page-by-page browse of editions, this is one of the easiest on-line newspaper archives to explore.

The UKPressOnline database is a spectacular resource for academics, researchers and the public – anyone who wants to explore history as seen by the reporters and commentators who were there.

Anyone can search by name, word or date, to view all available thumbnails at no cost; with a free registration, you can use the Advanced Search; with a subscription to an archive, you can view, download and print pages at full size.

Packages are available to all Educational and Library establishments worldwide, providing central access to educators, students and Library users.

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Please note that, from 1 June 2021, access to these newspaper archives will be available only to

  • students and staff at licensed education establishments
  • the general public via subscribing public libraries
  • subscribers of publications with relevant schemes

From that date, there will be cease to be an e-commerce option for short-term access.

UKPressOnline will, however, continue to offer interested education and library institutions a month’s free trial access on application and without obligation, with on- and off-site access for their members.

We thank all our past subscribers for their interest, over the years, in History as it Happened.

 

Newspapers are
History as it Happened

UKPressOnline is your gateway to over TWO million pages of the 19th-21st Centuries’ newspapers, from 1835 to today, all as published on the day they were published and all searchable by name, word, phrase and date.

 

Search • Browse • Read • Learn • Download • Print

With every page available in thumbnail, small preview, full-size view and ready-to-print PDF with live text, and page-by-page browse of editions, this is one of the easiest on-line newspaper archives to explore.

The UKPressOnline database is a spectacular resource for academics, researchers and the public – anyone who wants to explore history as seen by the reporters and commentators who were there.

Anyone can search by name, word or date, to view all available thumbnails at no cost; with a free registration, you can use the Advanced Search; with a subscription to an archive, you can view, download and print pages at full size.

Packages are available to all Educational and Library establishments worldwide, providing central access to educators, students and Library users.

. . .

Please note that, from 1 June 2021, access to these newspaper archives will be available only to

  • students and staff at licensed education establishments
  • the general public via subscribing public libraries
  • subscribers of publications with relevant schemes

From that date, there will be cease to be an e-commerce option for short-term access.

UKPressOnline will, however, continue to offer interested education and library institutions a month’s free trial access on application and without obligation, with on- and off-site access for their members.

We thank all our past subscribers for their interest, over the years, in History as it Happened.

 

Archives
Daily Express 1900 - current
Sunday Express 2000 - current
Daily Star 2000 - current
Daily Star Sunday 2002 - current
Church Times 1863 - current
The Watchman 1835 - 1884
Daily Worker 1930 - 1955
Morning Star 1997 - current
World War One & Two** 1914 - 1918, 1933 - 1945
South Eastern Gazette 1852 - 1912

** WWI issues of Daily Express, Church Times.

** WWII issues of the Daily Express, Fascist Week, Action!, Blackshirt, Yorkshire Post, Daily Worker andChurch Times.

 

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