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The National Library of Belarus at TIBO 2019

The National Library of Belarus at TIBO 2019
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9–12 April
Football Arena

From 9 to 12 April, the National Library of Belarus will participate in the 26th International Specialized Anniversary Forum on Telecommunications, Information and Banking Technologies "TIBO".

Становление белорусской государственности: по страницам белорусских газет 1917–1922 гг. / Formation of the Belarusian Statehood: through the pages of Belarusian newspapers, 1917–1922, the National library’s multimedia project, is to be presented at the central stand.

Two CDs contain electronic copies of about 2,400 newspapers from the collections of the National Library of Belarus, National Archives of the Republic of Belarus and other organizations. The print media were published between 1917 and 1922 on the territory of modern Belarus and abroad and covered the events in Belarus.

Contact for information: (+375 17) 293 28 81.

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