We provide primary sources both for educators, students and other people interested. There is no doubt that primary sources can be of real value in the classroom. Primary sources give students a connection with the past, bridging the gap between often seemingly distant historical phenomena and the present. They train students to recognize historiographic bias, interpret evidence, and read and digest intellectually and syntactically difficult material. Moreover, primary sources present students with the materials from which to shape informed opinions of their own, relatively free of the pedagogical interference of textbook authors and editors. Hence we keep the important information, photos, documents and objects of our students and school administration safe in library and also in pendrives and hard disks.