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The Keystage links and search engine on this page will help you find web pages for your area of interest that are available. To use the search engine please enter words of 4 characters or more, with a space between different words, in the box below. This will return web pages which contain all the words you list, it does not recognise words such as and, or and not. You can also click on the Keystages or subjects listed below, to be taken to a list of useful web pages for that area.

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"Loose Lips Sink Ships"
Advice to GIs on what to say and not say when writing home, carrying on a conversation, or if captured during World War II.
991 AD - The Battle of MALDON
A well designed site which is easy to navigate and tells the story well.
Last Modified: Thu May 21 09:57:54 1998
America's West - Development & History
A presentation of the History and Development of the American West, from the Frontier and Pioneer days of the Wild West, to today.
Last Modified: Mon Apr 2 21:11:05 2001
Battle of Britain
In tribute to the Czech and other allied pilots who took part in the Battle of Britain. With History, a photo gallery, planes and pilots.
Last Modified: Tue May 1 11:24:27 2001
Britannia Government: Prime Ministers
Part of the Brittannia Encyclopedia looking at British Prime Ministers. A solid reference source.
Cadbury's History
An interesting glance at the past with photographs and details of chocolate manufacture.
Last Modified: Fri Jun 16 11:37:24 2000
Cook's First Voyage: 1768-1771
James Cook Voyage of the Endeavor 1768-1771 Introduction Tahiti From Tahiti to New Zealand...
Last Modified: Mon Mar 26 20:03:42 2001
Guide to Life and Times of Napoleon Bonaparte : Napoleon Guide : History Resource :
The Napoleonic Guide. Napoleon Bonaparte - his Career, his Opponents, his Marshals, his Loves, His Maxims, his Will, his Family.
Last Modified: Mon Apr 23 08:04:37 2001
Making of America
Making of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology.
Last Modified: Tue Apr 3 13:40:31 2001
The History Channel
Come and enter the debate chamber and chat to other students and teachers around the world! Find out what historical events took place on your date of birth..
Last Modified: Fri May 5 17:05:58 2000
Victorian Timeline
Victorian Timeline 1819. Queen Victoria is born 1820. Florence Nightingale is born 1826. First photograph taken by Joseph Nicophore Niepce. 1829. Catholic Emancipation, ending most denials or restrictions of Catholic civil rights, ownership of property, and holding of public office. 1834. Slavery banned in British colonies. 1835-1841. Brunel builds London to Bristol railway for
Last Modified: Thu Jan 8 00:12:15 1998
Women and History
Women and History Online Resources. Current issues includes Distinguished Women of the Past and Present, Notable Women Ancestors,The Women's Rights Movement and the First Female Astronaut Trainees Jerrie Cobb.
Last Modified: Wed Jan 10 18:18:38 2001
World History Archives: History of the Americas in general
World History Archives: History of the Americas in general.
Last Modified: Tue May 2 18:14:23 2000

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