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210 activities have been written by subject experts to provide resources for you to use as extended project ideas, contexts for your A-level studies, insight into higher-level study or simply
Gresham College exists to disseminate knowledge by providing brilliant free public lectures on a vast array of topics.
LSE has created a website of online resources, as well as events you can attend, which focuses on the centenary of women’s right to vote.
A selection of brilliant articles on a wide range of historical periods, ideas and events – you’ll defintely find something here for you!
An incredible archive of rare footage from the 1920s-70s of human travel and encounters from across the globe.
To commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation begun by Martin Luther in 1517, Cambridge University's History journals have free articles for you to explore!
Initially a radio programme, and now available as a book too, A History of the World in 100 Objects is a searchable archive of objects from the British Museum which tell the history of our world.
The National Archives has a fantastic online catalogue of resources and lessons - a must for all teachers and students interested in History!
The Times Literary Supplement can be a good place to find interesting articles which will broaden your knowledge.
Aeon Magazine publishes essays, articles and videos daily. It asks provoking questions about science, philosophy and society.