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Begins with the Bolshevik seizure of power in 1917 & ends with the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. It includes... see more

According to the site, "We aim to make big history broadly available in classrooms and online – reaching anyone curious... see more

This site offers "a collection of sources on Southern history, literature and culture from the colonial period through... see more

A sophisticated web site on the history and impact of the Mongols. Separate pages deal with such topics as the nature of... see more

A website designed to help undergraduates use internet (and printed) resources in researching and writing history papers... see more

Web site devoted to U.S. history with links to other sites, quizzes, and reference material.

Extensive information about the Victorian era is available in sections such as: the Victorians, political history, social... see more

This megasite was designed to help students understand Chinese history, culture, and society.

An annotated directory of resources, from and about Africa, arranged by Countries and Topics. African newspapers,... see more

Contributions (see articles section) of web site containing historical information about the AAGPBL.

The Labyrinth provides free, organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World Wide Web server... see more

This site is designed as a resource site for teachers of world history, world geography, and world cultures. It provides... see more

This site offers basic information about Tutankhamun. Sections included are: Life and Times, The Cause of His Death,... see more

The Spanish government established a commission in the 16th century to develop a questionnaire to describe a variety of... see more

Visitors can take an online tour of Hellenic Cullture. Museums, archaeological sites or monuments can be found by... see more

This site offers visitors personal accounts of the Holocaust through survivor stories plus a photo gallery and audio... see more

Features posters & images illustrating some of the ways American's at home contributed to war efforts overseas during... see more

The Royal Abbey of Fontevraud is located in the Loire Valley of central France. The abbey was chosen by Queen Eleanor of... see more

The Shays' Rebellion & the Making of a Nation: From Revolution to Constitution website was created by Springfield... see more

Developed by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, this Website shares the prehistoric artwork of the cave at... see more

National Archives Web site with links to U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence and many other documents.

Excellent website that covers some of the classic concepts in Weberian thought. Discusses concepts such as the ideal... see more

Denton’s work was the first English account intended to promote settlement of the region recently seized from the Dutch.... see more

This edition of A Narrative of the Planting of the Massachusets Colony Anno 1628 is based on the first edition published... see more