"On March 24, 1800, Forlorn Hope became the first newspaper published within a prison by an incarcerated person. In the intervening 200 years, over 450 prison newspapers have been published from U.S. prisons. Some, like the Angolite and the San Quentin News, are still being published today. American Prison Newspapers will bring together hundreds of these periodicals from across the country into one collection that will represent penal institutions of all kinds, with special attention paid to women's-only institutions. Development of the collection began in July 2020 and will continue through 2021, with new content added regularly." -- from collection homepage
This database "brings together for the first time local, regional, and national newspapers published by Klan organizations and by sympathetic publishers from across the U.S. It also includes key anti-Klan voices from newspapers published by ethnic, Catholic, and Jewish organizations (Reveal Digital)."
Explore over 300 newspaper titles from across the globe that brought information, entertainment and camaraderie to the forces at home and overseas (Adam Matthew). Fondren Library owns access to Modules I and II.
Module I: Highlights include Stars and Stripes London Edition, Fauji Akhbar, a highly visual publication for Indian troops, Springbok, printed in both English and Afrikaans for those serving in South Africa, Die Wehrmacht, which served both Germany’s public and its troops, and 13 editions of the Union Jack.
Module II: Continuing the themes seen in Module I and covering an equally diverse set of geographical locations, highlights within this module include, The Land Girl, published in Britain for the women’s land army on the home front, the highly visual weekly magazine Parade, published for British forces in the Middle East, the all-services newspaper of South East Asia Command, Yank, a popular magazine for the US armed forces, American and Australian editions of Guinea Gold, Blighty, a weekly paper for British forces, and Ceylon Review, a weekly publication for British forces in Ceylon.