This newspaper can be accessed via HathiTrust. "Published in Stuttgart, Sept. 9, 1798-Oct. 14, 1803, place of publication unknown, Nov. 17, 1803-Aug. 31, 1810, published in Augsburg, Sept. 1, 1810-Sept. 30, 1882, published in Munich, Oct. 1, 1882-Feb. 25, 1925, published simultaneously in Augsburg, Apr. 1, 1924-Feb. 28, 1925."
"Around 450 newspapers were published in exile between 1933 and 1945. These newspapers represent valuable sources for researchers of the German-speaking exile. For example, they provide insights into cultural and political positions and associations, into the opinions of those in exile regarding the events in National-Socialist Germany, and into everyday life and living conditions in the countries of refuge. The newspapers are also of interest for the comparative analysis and study of current examples of exile."
"The Berlin State Library presents ZEFYS, a portal for finding and using current as well as historical newspapers from Germany and all over the world. It currently provides access to 193 historical newspapers from Germany and foreign newspapers in German."
"Funded by the federal state of North Rhine Westphalia, this project aims at digitizing local newspapers from North Rhine Westphalia from the period of 1801-1945. This portal presents the digitized newspapers for a broad public and will be expanded continuously."
This catalog provides information about print, microfilm, and digital copies of newspapers. "Borrowing from CRL: Scholars and researchers from CRL member institutions have free and unlimited use of the CRL collections through interlibrary loan."
"This index to German-language newspaper access in North America is a project of the Collection Development Working Group of the Center for Research Libraries' German-North American Resources Partnership (GNARP) in cooperation with the European Studies Section (ESS)."
"The scope includes German-language newspapers regardless of geographic location. The emphasis is on historical newspaper holdings; lists of current online editions can be found in the Internet Public Library and elsewhere. General news is the main focus; specialized, narrow, trade or niche newspapers are not well represented."