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Sources have relations to more than one historical phenomenon of development. A painting tells us something about the subject of the painting, but also about the time in which it was made, about the painter, the place where the painter lived, the buyer of the painting and even the museum which currently exhibits the painting. By clicking on one of the sources below, you will find connections to all the material within the Historiana data base that is related to the source. By exploring these relations you will be able to fully contextualize these sources.
- Julian Assange, Australian founder and Director of Wikileaks F. PRADILLA The capitulation of Granada Palace of the Senate, Madrid 1882 Marshal Mannerheim Jean-Jacques Rousseau The Dutch people ask for nurses NOW!
- Statue dedicated to Moriscos, Antequera (Andalusia) People at White House celebrating the news that Osama Bin Laden had been killed Wettin's election as Polish King. by Jean-Pierre Norblin, ca. 1790 Finland’s concern is ours: Come and join the voluntary troops! “Little Eternity” in Kemi
- The arrival of illegal immigrants near the Italian island of Lampedusa in September 2004 Polish nobility in Gdansk German Champions 1934 Dick Cheney, U.S. Vice President in the George W. Bush Administration Twin towers of the World Trade Center on fire after aerial attack on 11 September 2001
- Migration from Indonesia to the Netherlands and vice versa (1946-1970) Ottoman Sultan Beyazid II Niyazi Cetinalp before and after his migration from Turkey to Denmark, 1969. The inauguration of President Barack Obama on 20 January, 2009 P. OROMIG, Shipping of the Moors from the port of Valencia. Bancaja Collection. 1612-1613
- Europe before operation Barbarossa 1941 Osama bin Laden Mothers saying goodbye to their children Moriscos ask the King for tax exemption (28 november 1604) Map of the Dutch Empire
- Fyodor Dostoyevsky Cartoon Lenin Separation Monument dedicated to Moriscos, Sant Carles de la Ràpita (Catalonia) The industrial Ruhr
- Memorial at Pohorelice to those who died in the ‘Brno Death March’ in 1945 Sephardic family, Bosnia Children waiting on a train station A map with the Polish-speaking areas around 1900 Monument in Elek, Hungary commemorating the Germans who lived in Hungary before they were deported
- Map of Surinam in the 1950s Sejmik in a church Jean-Pierre Norblin Poster for the early 20th century shows a relaxed man with the right to vote, while the woman is struggling. This map shows the population density of Irish in the United States in 1880 (show as source to enlarge). A portrait of Jan Zamoyski
- Medieval Pogrom in Toledo Poland after the 2nd partition (1792) The Inquisition Different routes taken by Sub-Saharan migrants. Statue of Edvard Beneš outside Government building in Prague.