Global History of Terrorism Archive (GHTA)
What is the Global History of Terrorism Archive?
The Global History of Terrorism Archive (GHTA) is a vast collection of press reports on the content and context of political violence around the world. Its 1,564 files offer particularly detailed coverage of the period c.1979-1993.
More information on the history and content of the archive, including access can be found at GHTA Archive Introduction
For a detailed listing of File Groups and content please refer to the Terrorism Archive Content List
Accessing the Archive
Materials in the archive can be consulted at St Andrews University, courtesy of Special Collections. Since the archive is stored off-site, it is essential to pre-book your visit. The more warning you are able to give, the better.
Please email Special Collections: [email protected]
The personal papers of Major-General Richard Clutterbuck are held at the Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge: