National Archives of Guinea

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The National Archives of Guinea were established in 1960,[citation needed] shortly after the country gained its independence. They have been moved three times since then and are currently situated in the capital city of Conakry.[1] As of around 1995, the archives had a collection of over 3,000 volumes.[2]

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  1. ^ Counsel, Graeme (2009). "Archival and Research Resources in Conakry, Guinea". History in Africa. Cambridge University Press. 36: 439–445. JSTOR 40864528. 
  2. ^ Gale Research Inc (1995). Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations: Africa. Gale Research. p. 189. ISBN 978-0-8103-9880-1. Retrieved 16 March 2011.