Old historic journal articles digitized online

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France's national library has digitized all the old volumes of Comptes Rendus, so now anyone can get all the historic math, science, etc articles:
http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb...des+séances+de+l'Académie+des+Sciences.langEN
later volumes are also available, after it was split up into separate subjects, and earlier ones too, from when it was called memoires de l'academie des sciences

there's a Polish virtual science library also, so now anyone can download the original fund math articles by the polish math crew (sierpinski, banach, kuratowski, & friends), old monografie matematyczne textbooks, etc
http://matwbn.icm.edu.pl/

has britain, russia, germany or the US done similar things with their old journals? it would be cool if anyone could get at historic science articles, or anything else I guess. i think it makes sense that a national library would do something like that, since it's a cultural sort of thing.
 

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old issues of the gottingen nachrichten
http://gdz.sub.uni-goettingen.de/en/dms/load/toc/?IDDOC=52585

such as the one where caratheodory introduces his extension theorem (re: measure theory)
http://gdz-srv1.sub.uni-goettingen....|&targetFileName=PPN252457811_1914_log55.pdf&

& it's on the gottingen state & university library web page. looks like when they digitize new stuff they add it in the bottom right
http://gdz.sub.uni-goettingen.de/en/gdz/
 

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