More about our Archives including The Borthwick Archives Project
"History", wrote Thomas Carlyle, "is the essence of innumerable biographies".
Perhaps nothing better sums up AA history - millions of personal stories of recovery that come together as a priceless legacy in...
The Great Britain AA Archives & History
(Including its English speaking region in continental Europe).
The Borthwick Institute for Archives
In 2018, Alcoholics Anonymous Great Britain, in partnership with the Borthwick Institute for Archives began a three year project to catalogue, preserve, and open up its archive which holds material dating back to the very beginning of the British Fellowship in 1946. Spanning the entirety of its 75 years, the archive material comprises over 446.15 cubic feet and 6GB of digital records.