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World History Chart
Timeline chart of all human knowledge. Timeline wall
chart of evolution, sciences, philosophy, literature,
art, music history and world religions.
The largest scientific timeline in the world!
Discover the world of Scandinavian history,
Norwegian genealogy, local archaeology and Norse mythology.
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Dedicated mainly to book reviews on the war with a list of the all time top 10 books written on the Vietnam War and much more.
Beautiful Feet Books
Beautiful Feet has published hundreds of books, and is your source for history books. From American Literature Study Guides to Teacher Guides, Beautiful Feet can be your one stop shop for history books. So as you embark on your history through literature, keep Beautiful Feet Books on the top of your list.
World War II Stalingrad Veteran Interview
The following important interview with Herr Wigand Wüster, a World War II Stalingrad German veteran. Wigand Wuester has written many books on World War II and appeared on U.S. TV shows such as the PBS Special "Battle of Stalingrad."
Lesson Plans on the Revolutionary War
Learn more about Gregory Edgar fascinating historical fiction books geared to the teen reader plus lesson plans on the Revolutionary War -- for classroom use with Gregory Edgar's award winning young adult historical fiction novels, Patriots and Gone to Meet the British.
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Harriet Beecher Stowe by Wikipedia - Harriet Beecher Stowe traveled to Washington, D.C. and there met President Abraham Lincoln on November 25, 1862. Legend has it that, upon meeting her, he greeted her by saying, "so you are the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war."
A resource about Ancient Egypt, Archeology and Antiquities of Egypt, including pyramids, temples and tombs.
Located in Munich / Muchen one of the most fantastic technology and history museums in the world with interactive exhibits and exhibitions covering energy, communication, musical instruments, technology, natural sciences and more
Frida Kahlo Museum
La Casa Azul [The Blue House] was the place where Frida Kahlo, the most renowned Latin American artist in the world, came into this world, lived, and took her last breath.
Museum of African American History
The largest museum in New England dedicated to preserving, conserving and interpreting the contributions of African Americans with a campus in Boston and Nantucket.
Smithsonian American History Museum
Devoted to the scientific, cultural, social, technological, and political development of the United States.
The History Beat...
World History on the Web
History Resources From Around The Globe
Garden of History - detailed world history timelines,
maps, biographies, and more
Timemachine - Travel back to 10,000 years and see
what's hot in world history after last ice age.
- Fifth Epoch of World
History, The - Book by William McGaughey about world
history as emerging in five civilizations. Provides some
brief descriptions and timelines of events for four of
- World History Archives
- Links to many on-line
resources for the study of world history.
Historian Underground - The site is dedicated to a
critical analysis of History and its methodologies, as
well as philosophy of history and historiography.
Castle - Java applet quizzes for world history students,
with bookmarks for further consideration.
Text Archive - History archive and links to world
History Index - The index consists of a single large
file (approximately 250 Kb) offering about 3000 connections
arranged alphabetically by subject and name. Major gateways
for various topics are marked in bold...
of Humanity - Information on a seven-volume history
of Scientific and Cultural Development published by UNESCO.
Includes a sample chapter and full table of contents.
History Links - A good site for looking up some historical
information. You can look at indexes sorted by subject,
time and etc.
Online - "HyperHistory Online navigates through 3
000 years of World History with links to important persons
of world historical importance; civilization timelines;
events and facts; and historical maps."
Migration - International migration from B.C. to this
Global History Sourcebook
about Western Civilization till Thirty Year War -
Good all round presentations by Professor Gerhard Rempel,
Western New England College - understandable by laymen.
- Magna Graecia
- the Origin of Western Civilization - An educational
source for the gathering and the study all apects of the
origin and growth of Western Civilization.
Jenkins History Resources - Comprehensive history
resources for high school and college students
- NM's Creative
Impulse - An artist's view of world history and Western
Civilization. Broad collection of links by subject to
art, literature, and other cultural elements of the history
of world civilizations.
- Odin's Castle of
Dreams & Legends - An Archive of History and Historical
Resources. All time periods from dawn of man to today.
Archives - World History - Collection of frequently
updated articles, reviews, and photographs about historical
events around the world.
Civilization - Western Civilization chronology.
- World History
- Timelines for each day in history and a universal history
with timelines of countries, states and cities. Timelines
include references and hypertext to other related timelines,
often from source countries.
History circa 1200 A.D. - Selection of short articles
about world figures and events in the early thirteenth
History Course - Complete course with notes, questions,
and links, useful for homeschooling or tutoring at regular
and advanced levels. Over 2500 links for over 40 different
social studies categories.
History Course on the Internet - Entire World History
course by units. Pre-history, Classical Civilizations,
Middle Ages, Renaissance, Revolutions, Victorian Era,
Century of Wars, Global Perspectives. Also has over 2000
web links for social studies in 40 different categories.
Great for home school or distance learning. Many activities
plus notes and graphics. Teacher maintained site at school
- The World History
Information and Entertainment - Lists of links, organized
World Lecture Hall - The World Lecture Hall (WLH)
contains links to pages created by faculty worldwide who
are using the Web to deliver class materials. For translating
course URLs from or into English, Spanish,French, German,
or Portuguese, try a translation service. See also distance
education courses offered by The University of Texas System.