Joseph-Marie Jacquard and the loom that changed the world
The Bor Mine in Serbia
Labour and landscape in the 20th century
The Chair Men
Gebrüder Thonet and the Number 14 Chair
How advertising signs lit up the city
'Self-pride and knowing yourself'
Marking Black History Month in Britain
The fragrance factory
Roure-Bertrand Fils and the perfume industry in Grasse
A literary life of migration and exile
The rise and transformation of an industrial landmark in Girona
Catchpenny prints in The Netherlands
What did the people in the lower orders of society and children read in the 18th and 19th centuries? In the Netherlands, their main reading material was catchpenny prints.
A Swiss seasoning found in many cultures
From quills to typewriters
How the industrial revolution changed writing culture
Leuven's University Library
Risen from the ashes
Philips: illuminating the world from Eindhoven
Learn how two Dutch brothers who wanted to make a lightbulb factory started the multinational concern.
Bolckow Vaughan and the growth of Middlesbrough
The Flying Dutchmen: 100 years of KLM
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrates its 100th anniversary on 7 October. To honour this jubilees, this blog explores the cultural heritage of KLM found on Europeana. Come fly with us to discover stories and pictures from aviation history.