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Text announcement in manuscripts and early printed books

Books didn’t always have title pages

Moving, breathing, transforming

Migration and new life experiences

Mixed-up mermaids

The fascinating folklore of mermaids

Czechs and Slovaks fighting for independence during World War One

Warfare in an emerging geopolitical landscape

Pride in Europeana: Victorian Dragqueens

A look at an album of Victorian-era photographs from the James Gardiner Collection

A tale of Spanish migration

Creating a home abroad

Mementos of lost homelands

Migration stories and objects

Tamo daleko (There, far away)

A Serbian prisoner of war during World War One

Love across borders: the royal families

Establishing marriages with other powerful houses in order to expand and stabilize power.

Austrian Composers in Exile

Korngold, Weigl and Krenek in the United States

Reading habits in the past

How text has influenced how, what and why we read

Autographs, operas and tubas: Richard Wagner on Europeana

The life and works of the influential composer Richard Wagner

Love across borders: the tailor and the soldier

War brought pain and people together who may never have otherwise met.

Love across borders: Serbian teachers on the France Riviera

New connections and relationships would not have been possible without people moving across the globe

Love across borders: the German student and the English patriot

Stories of romance and love at the time of World War

Revisiting photographic history

New perspectives on John Burke

Europeana 1914-1918 Centenary Tour

Remembering the Great War in Luxembourg

Love across borders: the architects of the Peace Palace

Stories of romance and love through migration

Silver cups and their stories

Connections across Europe

From Georg Friedrich to George Frideric

Händel's miraculous migration