European Navigator ENA

the authoritative multimedia reference on the history of Europe – also in french, spanish, german and nederlands

European NAvigator (ENA) provides high quality research and educational material on the history of European integration on a single website … (The European Navigator ENA 1/2)

All pages of this website have the same URL. Click on the internal links for: Homepage, Explore, Contact, historical events, European Organisations, special files, interviews, research and teaching – and their subfiles (with more subfiles) as: ENA Albums, Media Library, Thesaurus, Glossary, further reading, new material, contact with 3 maps, newsletter, pressroom, FAQs, search, album help.

Address: Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe / Virtual Resource Centre for Knowledge about Europe — CVCE, Château de Sanem, L-4992 Sanem, G. D. Luxembourg.

The European Navigator ENA 2/2: … ENA is a multilingual, multisource and multimedia digital library that contains more than 16,000 documents on the historical and institutional development of a united Europe from 1945 to the present day.

In this digital library, pupils and students, teachers, researchers, and anyone interested in the European integration process can find original material such as photos, audio and video clips, press articles and cartoons, together with explanatory synopses, tables and interactive maps and diagrams. The material included in ENA’s vast and varied documentary resources is selected, created, processed and validated by a multidisciplinary team of specialists in European integration.

The European NAvigator (ENA) digital library, designed and developed by the Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe (CVCE), now contains over 16 000 documents on the European integration process. The key post-war historical events and the European organisations are presented chronologically and thematically, and are illustrated by a wide range of archive documents, as well as interviews conducted by the CVCE with people who have been actively involved in European integration.
The CVCE is a Luxembourg-based public undertaking supported by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

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