LibeXThe largest bookselling and second-hand Internet fair.A store where you can not only buy, but also sell books, magazines or newspapers.Remember that this is not a store, but a platform where you buy from independent sellers (as in the market) that are not related to the site administration.
How it works
- find a book, magazine, newspaper,
- make an order
- familiar with the working conditions of the seller from whom you are making a purchase,
- By sending a purchase order, you will receive a confirmation by e-mail, which contains a link to the page with a description of the order,
- Wait for the seller to answer, he will contact you directly, after which you can ask him questions. Without an order to contact the seller is impossible.
If the book is not on the siteIf you have not found the book you are interested in or it is not on sale now, you can leave a request for it. To do this, you need to register and log in. Then select "Books" in the menu on the right and "I want to buy" in the menu on the left. Purchase requests are saved for as long as you wish, provided that you visit the site at least once a month and respond to incoming offers.
Newspapers.comThe largest online newspaper archive.
551 million pages of newspapers, out of more than 15,900 newspapers from the U.S. and other countries. Newspapers provide a unique perspective on the past and can help us understand and connect with people, events and views from earlier times.It's easy and convenient to search or view news, birth, marriage and death notices, sports, comics and more.
High-quality digital images and a powerful viewer make it easy to view historical documents, print them, save them or share them.
For those who are interested in the history of USSR, the history of war, the pre-war period and not only; For those who prefer primary sources to research and digest; For those who are interested in the history of journalism and the media, finally, for those who are simply interested in all this: welcome to our site called "The old newspapers."The site Old newspapers - this is not a monument to the era of USSR, not a tombstone and not an epitaph ... Rather it's a theater. The theater, in which the themes and scenes are constantly changing, directors and actors alternate, even the viewer changes, for then these newspapers were not perceived as they are now ...