German National Library

Mandate of the German National Library

The German National Library is the central archive library in Germany. It collects, documents and archives all media works in writing, image and sound that have been published in and about Germany or in German since 1913. In this respect, if you publish with us, we as the publisher take over the transmission of your work to the German National Library.

Offer of the National Library

The National Library is an archive and reference library. This means that the collected books and media works are made available to the population for use in reading rooms. At the locations in Leipzig and Frankfurt am Main there are reading rooms and workplaces where you can view the publications.

Digital Archive of the National Library

The catalogue of the German National Library is also available online. Via this link you can access the archive directly. More than 2 million publications are freely accessible online.

Other archives in Germany

In addition to the National Library, there are also state libraries at the state level, such as the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, which archive publications and publications related to their respective federal states.

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