Political map of Who's Who in World War I [infographic] | OUPblog
Over the last few weeks, historian Gordon Martel, author of The Month That Changed The World: July 1914, has been blogging regularly for us, giving a week-by-week and day-by-day account of the events leading up to the First World War. July 1914 was the month that changed the world, but who were the people that contributed to that change?
Prince William Lineage - Creative Family Trees
Want to see our family tree of the Prince William Lineage? It's about 9 feet long when printed and pretty spectacular, if we do say so ourselves.
Best of Photo of the Week: War and Remembrance: Cup of Tea
A young girl enjoys a cup of tea courtesy of the advancing Allied armies in a sector of Europe now cleared of Hitler's troops. 1944.
The 75 Greatest Women of All Time
The 75 greatest women of all time: A definitive list of the women who have shaped the world as we know it. Well, inasmuch as definitive can be completely arbitrary
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REV GREETING'S AND CLINCH FIST LOVE FIRST I WANNA SAY REST IN UHURU TO THE ANCEZTORZ OF THIS ACT OF WAR AND VICTIMS OF THIS WAR AND THE ENCAPTURED P.O.W. PRISONERS OF WAR OUT THE KONGO/ANGOLA/BANTU REGION OF SOUTHWEST AFRICA SOME OF YOU MAY CALL SLAVES I REALLY DON'T LIKE TO USE THE TERM SLAVE…
D-Day Secret File Primary Source: World War 2 (WWII) + Distance Learning version
D-Day Secret File Primary Source Activity teaches students about Eisenhower's plans for the largest land invasion in history. Ten common core questions guide the students through the document and a short, "What if" writing activity follows. This can be used in class or as homework as it's a complet...