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  1. Bibliography of British and Irish History • Previously known as the Royal Historical Society Bibliography • British and Irish history and relations with the empire and Commonwealth, from 55 BC to the present • 470.000 records • 10.000 new references added annually • Detailed index of each record • Contains numerous integrated links to external resources • (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, the National Register of Archives, Who Was Who, British History Online, Reviews in History, H-Albion Reviews, etc.)

  2. Choose your language

  3. Access to manual

  4. you can conduct a simple search (with a limited number of search fields) Use this field to launch a query in all fields

  5. you can also conduct an advanced search

  6. Use this field to launch a query in all fields Bibliographical search (author, title, journal, year) Subject search (browse on index terms, subject, place name, period and person)

  7. Example free search (Geoffrey of Monmouth) Example dates from February 2010

  8. While typing a list of suggestions will appear from which you may select a keyword (auto-complete function)

  9. List of bibliographic records

  10. Different possibilities for exporting (Endnote, Refworks, Word, Excel, etc.)

  11. You can find the exported documents in attachment.

  12. Bibliographical details (type, author, title, ISBN/ISSN, …) Classification details (subject, place name, period,…) External links

  13. OpenURL compatible (allows to construct links to external resources (library catalogues, online journals, etc.))

  14. Links to Google Books, Copac and British Library Direct