History, in brief, is the humanity which explains the human condition based on the chronological record of significant events and their related causes.
A selection of stories about historic people and events.
A collection of links to articles on various history subjects from ancient history to modern times.
Scholarly initiative to create a comprehensive interactive electronic historical world atlas combining mapping, imagery, and texts. Aims, technology, scope, themes, news, membership, conference.
Articles, books, and links for historical texts from several countries.
Categorized history articles, features, thumbnailed picture gallery, discussion board, and special events and exhibits.
Aspires to put news in historical context by publishing articles written by historians on current events topics. Published by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University.
Source for history, original content, including multimedia exhibits, as well as links to other sites. Topics include world history, American history and current events.
Contains narrative world history, quizzes, and interactive world history timelines.
A history Web site development firm specializing in historic preservation and historical documentaries.
Provides an overview of Western history from ancient Sumeria to the present, including profiles of major figures, timelines, photos, and interactive features.
A set of collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts, maps, and articles on a wide variety of historical areas and subjects. Compiled by Prof. Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
Internet-based subject gateway to scholarly relevant information in history, maintained at the State and University Library at Göttingen, Germany. Searchable by subject and by source type.
Catalog of journals, catalogs, and other scholarly resources in German and English.
Research on history, geography and logistics of communication, pilgrimage, and trade routes of Eurasia and Africa 10,000 BCE to circa 1820 CE.
Gallery of reconstructed portraits of key figures from world history, without anachronisms, respecting contemporary style, and based on historical sources.
Provides a way to view history by time period, event or person.
A search tool devised by Bamber Gascoigne, combining timelines from his HistoryWorld with text and image search from Google or Wikipedia.
A collection of links to various sites related to historical events and institutions.
Extensive directory of history resources, sorted into research methods, topics, eras and epochs, and regions. Hosted by European University Institute in Florence, Italy, and maintained with help from researchers at the University of Kansas, US.
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