History on the internet

History on the internet

History is a record or narrative of past events that can tell us how life on earth has evolved. The study of history provides us with a better understanding of the world we are living in. Explore the remarkable websites below to gain an in-depth insight into the life and science of history:
www.nationalgeographic.com: National Geographic has been aiming to inspire people to care about the planet since 1888 by carrying out exploration research and providing ongoing updates of huge collections on archaeology, geography, natural science and historical conservation efforts. Their website has only been around for a few years, but it is rich with historical resources including photographs, educational programs, games, music, videos and much more.

http://whc.unesco.org/en/list: UNESCO’s World Heritage site outlines our legacy from the past, the situation we are living in today and what we will pass on to future generations. The site includes a list of 890 sites that form the cultural and natural heritage which the World Heritage Committee considers to have outstanding universal value. Out of the 890 properties, 689 are cultural sites, 176 are natural sites and 25 are mixed sites. There are 148 countries that have UNESCO world heritage sites, including Cambodia, which was accepted on November 28, 1991 and has since adhered to the preservation rules outlined by the World Heritage Convention.

http://history.howstuffworks.com: HowStuffWorks is the award-winning source of credible, unbiased and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works. From car engines to search engines, from cell phones to stem cells, and thousands of subjects in between, HowStuffWorks will help you understand the world better. The history section makes available global resources on Africa, Asia, Australia, Central and South America, Europe, North America, polar history, ancient civilisations, historians and world wars. All together, the site has just about all the information you will ever need.

www.historyworld.net: This site claims to have over a million words that are part of over 300 narratives that contain 10,000 events in world history.
The site has an A-Z search engine that will help you locate anything . You can explore available history records from countries that range from culture and arts to writing, people, events and many other subjects. If you are unsure of what has happened in the history of Cambodia or anywhere else, just stop by this site and you will be able to see history laid out in front of your eyes.

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