Interwar Culture

Interwar Culture

Interwar Culture is a collection of digitized periodicals published in the United States, Britain, and Australia between the World Wars. It includes both popular and lesser-known periodicals and covers a wide range of topics, including arts and culture, current events, fashion, home and family life, travel, social issues, and women's interests. It also includes periodicals devoted to fiction writing. Highlights include Time and Tide, Weldon's Ladies' Journal, The Strand Magazine, Theatre Magazine, Cinema Quarterly, Homes & Gardens, The Labour Woman, Le Carpouillot, The United American, and more. In this collection, Rutgers has access to:

  • Module 1: Periodicals dating from the 1920s
  • Module 2: Periodicals dating from the 1930s

Materials in this collection were sourced from The British Library, Liverpool John Moores University, Future plc, the Newberry Library, the New York Public Library, and the State Library of New South Wales.

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