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  • Alex Alsemgeest

    Library User in the Spotlight: Alex Alsemgeest

    May 3, 2013

    Alex Alsemgeest is a book scientist at Naturalis Biodiversity Center, specialized in books from the early modern period. He got his formal training at the Short Title Catalogue Netherlands (STCN) project of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, and previously catalogued the Grotius collection of the Peace Palace Library.

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  • Electronic Resources: Databases on International Criminal Law

    Electronic Resources: Databases on International Criminal Law

    February 28, 2013

    The Peace Palace Library offers a variety of electronic resources and databases which can be very useful for your research. We have free databases as well as subscription-based databases. In the field of international criminal law, the Library offers the following databases.

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  • League of Nations Documents, 1919-1946: A Descriptive Guide and Key to the Microfilm Collection, New Haven, CT, Research Publications, 1973-1975.

    League of Nations Documents, 1919-1946: Descriptive Guide and Key to the Microfilm Collection, New Haven, CT, Research Publications, 1973-1975.

    February 25, 2013

    This three volumes set serves as a guide to all of the League of Nations Documents, published by Research Publications, as part of the microfilm collection League of Nations Documents and Publications, 1919-1946. The guide consists of basically two classes of League of Nations materials: A. Documents and B. Serial Publications. The microfilm collection is available at the Peace Palace Library.

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  • Other suggestions

    We are here for you! Help us improve our Library services! We welcome your suggestions, comments and questions. We value feedback from all Library users and treat your comments seriously, as they are an important way of monitoring and improving the services we provide. If you have a reference question, please Ask a Librarian » If you […]

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  • Suggestions for acquisition

    Each day of the year, the Peace Palace Library collects publications on international law. If there is a book or journal you would like to see included in our collection, please fill in the acquisition suggestion form below. If your suggestion matches the collection profile and fits within our budget, we will be happy to purchase […]

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  • Your suggestions

    We do our best to make your experience with us as enjoyable and fruitful as possible. In order to achieve this, we continuously strive to improve our services, both on this website and in our reading room. We equally welcome suggestions about new – and old – books and other publications that could be added to our collection.

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  • About our e-resources

    The Peace Palace Library has (paid) subscriptions to online content of a growing collection of electronic journals, table of contents from journals, legal databases and e-books.

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  • E-resources

    The Peace Palace Library has (paid) subscriptions to online content of a growing collection of electronic journals, table of contents from journals, legal databases and e-books.

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  • Peace Movement collection

    The Peace Palace Library is in the possession of a unique and important collection on peace movements from the period 1899-1940, brought together by J.C. ter Meulen, head librarian 1924-1952.

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  • Grotius collection

    The Peace Palace Library in The Hague holds one of the greatest collections in the world of the works of Hugo Grotius [1583-1645], founder of a systematic modern doctrine of international law and universally called the “Father of International Law”.
    The Library, not far from the place where he was arrested in 1618 has become the centre of Grotius- Research for scholars from all over the world.

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