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         Europe History General:     more books (100)
  1. Medieval Europe: A Short History by C. Warren Hollister, Judith Bennett, 2005-03-02
  2. The History of Europe by J. M. Roberts, 1997-12-01
  3. A History of Medieval Europe: From Constantine to Saint Louis (3rd Edition) by R.H.C. Davis, 2006-02-13
  4. A History of Eastern Europe 1740-1918 by Ian D. Armour, 2007-02-03
  5. The Cambridge Economic History of Europe: Volume 5, The Economic Organization of Early Modern Europe (The Cambridge Economic History of Europe)
  6. The New Penguin Atlas of Recent History: Europe Since 1815 by Colin McEvedy, 2003-05-27
  7. Renaissance Europe 1480 - 1520 (Blackwell Classic Histories of Europe) by John Hale, 2000-06-15
  8. Contemporary Europe: A History (10th Edition) by James D. Wilkinson, 2003-10-10
  9. History of the intellectual development of Europe. By John William Draper. by Draper, John William, 2006-11-30
  10. An Intellectual History Of Modern Europe by Marvin Perry, 1992-11-24
  11. The Lights that Failed: European International History 1919-1933 (Oxford History of Modern Europe) by Zara Steiner, 2007-09-27
  12. A History of Modern Europe, Second Edition: From the French Revolution to the Present (Volume 2) by John Merriman, 2005-02-28
  13. The Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval Europe (Oxford Illustrated Histories)
  14. The Penguin History of Europe by J. M. Roberts, 1998-12-01

1. World History Archives: History Of Eastern Europe In General
history of Eastern europe in general. Hartford Web Publishing is notthe author of the documents in World history Archives and does
History of Eastern Europe in general
Hartford Web Publishing is not the author of the documents in World History Archives Archives of World History main index
History of Europe as a whole
Documents for the history of Eastern Europe as a whole Documents for the history of Poland Documents for the history of Latvia Documents for the history of Hungary Documents for the history of Russia Documents for the history of Belarus Documents for the history of the Ukraine Documents for the history of the Caucasus

2. WWW-VL: History Index: Abridged 2004
This is the central catalogue abridged version for the WWWVL network of indexes to Historical materials on-line. It is intended for general public use, but its coverage and selection of sites WWW-VL history Central Catalogue Abridged. Note this site is being consolidated at the Eras and Epochs general. Prehistory. Celtic europe. Ancient Near East
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Please change your bookmarks and links accordingly. We apologize for the disruption while this move is underway. This site and its constituent indexes are part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library
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    Indexes and Resources Alex: Guide to Electronic Books (NCSU) Bard (Bodleian Access to Remote Databases] CARRIE - An Electronic Library (U. of Kansas) Historical Texts Archive: Mississippi State History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers Index of Resources for Historians (U. Kansas) On Line Books (Carnegie Mellon) Literature Online Voice of the Shuttle: History General Etext Collections The Avalon Project: Documents in Law, History, and Government (Yale) Bartleby Library (Columbia University) The Electronic Texts Center (University of Virginia) The Humanities Text Index (University of Michigan) Oxford Text Initiative Project Gutenberg The Internet Classics Archives (MIT) Schoenburg Center for electronic texts and images (U. Penn.) Speech and Transcript Center (George Washington] The University of Toronto English Library The Wiretap Electronic Texts Archive Europe: General Western European Studies Section (Association of College and Research Libraries) guide to etext collections and more ARTFL Project (University of Chicago) French language studies Gallica French language texts Celt (UCC) Irish Texts English Literature (Rutgers) Eurodocs (Brigham Young) History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers: Europe Europe: Ancient

    4. Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Main Page
    general Etext Projects sites with texts online.; Economics; Law; Philosophy; Literature;Music Lyrics; Western Civilization/europe; United States history;
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    Main Page Full Texts Multimedia Additions Search ... 21st Century The Internet Modern History Sourcebook now contains thousands of sources and the previous index pages were so large that they were crashing many browsers.
    • See Introduction for an explanation of the Sourcebook's goals. Explanation of Sources of Material Here See the Help! page for all the help on research I can offer.
      Although I am more than happy to receive notes if you have comments on this web site, I cannot answer specific research enquiries [and - for students - I cannot, or rather will not, do your homework.]
    The Modern History Sourcebook now works as follows:
    • This Main Index page has been much extended to show all sections and sub sections. These have also been regularized in a consistent hierarchy. This should allow rapid review of where texts are. To access the sub-section pages , simply browse the sections below and select the highlighted (white text with green background) section title on the left.

    5. Western Europe - History
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    of Mary Stuart John Guy Mary, Queen of Scots, 15421587 Scotland history history - general history europe - Great Britain - general Royalty .
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    The Reformation: A History
    Diarmaid MacCulloch

    Christianity ... Europe - Great Britain - General

    8. WWW-VL History Index
    CENTURY general 16thCentury Resources Publius Historicus; Eurodocs Primary HistoricalDocuments from Western europe; Internet Sourcebook. Modern history; France.
    WWW-VL: HISTORY: MODERN EUROPE ABOUT THIS NETWORK . If you are still interested or have any questions, please e-mail Serge Noiret [].
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    9. Webquest - Jean Monnet's Life And European History
    unattractive lesson in history curricula. Students should learn EU historyas a process immersed into general World and europe history.
    of European Unity
    Biographies Webquests Quiz on EU history Webquest Jean Monnet's life and
    European History WebQuest
    European Unity

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    Jean Monnet producing the first European
    steel ingot on 30 April 1953 in Esch-sur-Alzette Introduction Nowadays European Union is at a crossroads. Historic steps as enlargement to 10, and shortly 12 or 13, new State members or the draft of a European constitution will change the Union that pioneers of European Unity imagined. European integration process is usually taught at schools as an isolated process, what turns this subject into a quite juridical and unattractive lesson in History curricula. Students should learn EU history as a process immersed into general World and Europe history. Jean Monnet was undoubtedly one of the main founders of the European Union. By tracing Monnet’s life, students face the main events of European history, from the First World War to the birth and first enlargement of the EU. Task Students should design and publish a newspaper based on Jean Monnet’s life and European history. If possible, this newspaper will be uploaded on a web site. Each article will have a headline and some image to illustrate it.

    10. Nordic Import Export CO
    Providing import, logistic and marketing for food products including seafood, cheese, sausage, whipped cream and coffee from europe. general details about the company, history and products. Romania.

    11. History Of The Internet And WWW: Road 1 -- USA To Europe
    This is first page of 9pages version of the history of Internet and WWW Roads and Crossroads of the Internet history by G. Gromov. Story consists of the key events timeline, milestones, The Roads and Crossroads of Internet's history." With this document, users on a portrait of general Lafayette in Washington, his wife
    An excellent summary of key milestones in Internet history

    Gregory Gromov
    For anyone who has ever wondered how and why the Internet was created comes this extensive essay, The Roads and Crossroads of Internet's History " With this document, users can follow the development of the Net from its early stages as a military communication system to the multimedia extravaganza we know today. Webcrawler: Internet User Guides Reviews *Hot* Web Sites Internet Valley has got an excellent -part review of the Internet's history and its relationship with the information revolution Very informative and quite amusing at times too

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    History of Internet and WWW:
    The Roads and Crossroads
    of Internet History
    by Gregory R. Gromov

    A comprehensive and fascinating overview of the philosophy and history of the Internet. Many related links and a section on pertinent statistics. Magellan Internet Guide Net History with a Human Face The Page of the pages' Story Road USA to Europe Information Age Milestones " In the beginning was the Cable The Atlantic cable of 1858 was established to carry instantaneous communications across the ocean for the first time. Although the laying of this first cable was seen as a

    12. Medieval Atlas - Maps Of All Of Europe - Medieval European History In Maps
    times. You can find related materials about general european historythrough the Middle Ages in our Medieval europe Subject Index.
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    General Maps of Europe The maps below offer depictions of all of Europe (continental maps) or large portions of Europe in medieval times. You can find related materials about General European history through the Middle Ages in our Medieval Europe Subject Index Barbarian Migrations in Late Antiquity
    A shockwave plug-in and a little time is required to take advantage of this map's interactivity, but it's worth the wait. At the Historical and Cultural Atlas Resource. Europe at the Death of Charles the Great
    From The Public Schools Historical Atlas, edited by C. Colbeck, published by Longmans, Green, and Co. 1905, a map showing the political divisions of Europe at Charlemagne's death in 814, here at the Medieval History site. European Trade Routes
    Although place names are blurred in this reproduction at the Black Plague site, the trade routes that carried disease are easier to follow.

    13. Help With Your Homework: History Resources For The United States, United Kingdom
    Vietnam, World War I, World War II, more europe. England, Germany, Ireland, Russia, more . general history Resources. If you like little odds and ends of history (as opposed
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    School links: Student Loans Student Loan Consolidation History is one of my favorite subjects, and I will continuously update this section to provide more information. General Resources
    General Resources The Americas Canada South America Ancient History General Resources Egypt Australia Oz and NZ United States index Medieval History Medieval Resources Asia China War Korea Vietnam World War I World War II ... more Europe England Germany Ireland Russia ... more Women and Children Women and Children , more...
    General History Resources If you like little odds and ends of history (as opposed to lists of dates, battles, and dead people, say) try History House . It has a story of the day as well as a searchable index, and the stuff you find here can make your reports more interesting for you and your teacher. Think about it if you're bored, imagine teaching the same thing over and over and over and over! U.S. Department of State Background Notes includes information on countries, organizations, and the like. No information about the U.S. though. Gateway to World History has undergone a massive revision and update.

    14. ART HISTORY RESOURCES: Part 8 15th-Century Renaissance Art
    RENAISSANCE ART general Top of Page Renaissance (through ArtLex Museum of Art sTimeline of Art history) europe and the Age of Exploration; Anatomy in the
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  • These pages are maintained by Chris Witcombe , Professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College , Virginia 24595 USA (phone: 434-381-6194 / fax: 434-381-6173). If you have any comments, or suggestions for additional links, or know of other interesting sites, please let me know:
    Online since October 24, 1995 Looking for an artist? Recommended site

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  • 15. EUROPA - General Publications - Booklets: EU At A Glance
    Interaction between the general public and the Community s institutions which to thecountries of europe were the neither a precedent in our history since the
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    Europe in ten points
    by Pascal Fontaine A BRIEF HISTORY OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION U In 1998 the European Union is a monument to the dedication of the early pioneers. The Union is an advanced form of multisectoral integration, its competence extending to the economy, industry, politics, citizens' rights and foreign policy of its fifteen member States. The Treaty of Paris establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) (1951), the Treaties of Rome establishing the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) (1957), as amended by the Single European Act (1986), the Maastricht Treaty on European Union (1992) and finally the Amsterdam Treaty (1997), form the constitutional basis of the Union, binding its Member States more firmly than any conventional agreement between sovereign States. The European Union generates directly applicable legislation and confers specific rights which can be relied upon by its citizens. Initially the Community's activities were confined to the creation of a common market in coal and steel between the six founder members (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands). In that post-war period the Community was primarily seen as a way of securing peace by bringing victors and vanquished together within an institutional structure which would allow them to cooperate as equals.

    16. Pine Tree Web Home Page
    Scouting history, traditions, Scouting in Eastern europe, BadenPowell photos, and general scouting resources.
    T his page is a collection of links to my own pages in the "Pine Tree Web" and to related links on Scouting. The focus is on my particular interests in Scouting which include: the life and times of the Founder, Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell, the heritage, history and traditions of Scouting, leadership development, and International Scouting, with a particular emphasis on Scouting in Eastern Europe and Russia. My pages have been collected under the title of the "Pine Tree Web" to tie several diverse subjects together and to recognize the author's links to a Scouting endeavor, Pine Tree Camp , that has special meaning in his own Scouting experience. Spanish Home Page en Español Portuguese Home Page
    em Português
    German Home Page ... Russian Mirror Site Pine Tree Web Scouting Links Robert Baden-Powell, Founder of the World Scout Movement, Chief Scout of the World . A Home Page for the Founder. Links Relating to Baden-Powell on the Pine Tree Web and elsewhere. "Betty Has Gone Home"

    17. Internet Women's History Sourcebook
    Early Modern europe. general See WEB Modern history Sourcebook; Fanny HillAt CMU Full Text. Great Women. Queens, Noblewomen, Political Leaders.
    Halsall Home Ancient History Sourcebook Medieval Sourcebook Modern History Sourcebook
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    Women's History Sourcebook "Yes, I am fond of history."
    "I wish I were too. I read it a little as a duty, but it tells me nothing that does not either vex or weary me. The quarrels of popes and kings, with wars or pestilences, in every page; the men all so good for nothing, and hardly any women at all it is very tiresome:"
    Catherine Morland, in Northhangar Abbey
    by Jane Austen How are historians to remedy the silence about women in many traditional accounts of history? This question has received a number of distinct answers. The first solution was to locate the great women of the past, following the lead of much popular historiography that focuses on "great men". The problem here is that just as the "great men" approach to history sidelines and ignores the lives of the mass of people, focusing on great women merely replicates the exclusionary historical approaches of the past. The next solution was to examine and expose the history of oppression of women. This approach had the merit of addressing the life histories of the mass of women, but, since it has proved to be possible to find some degree of oppression everywhere, it tended to make women merely subjects of forces that they could not control. On the other hand, historians' focus on oppression revealed that investigating the

    18. Europe As Israel History : Empire Of Jews
    Those very same facts say that europe adopted Christianity be asking a question ofa general nature why and in subsequent centuries was history fabricated anew
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    Serious scientific facts have been collected in this book which prove that as early as the 12th century A.D, all of

    19. The Introduction Of Playing-Cards To Europe
    A brief summary of european playingcard history follows. the first reference to cardsin europe are in V in 1364 (which denounced gaming in general, and dice
    The Introduction of Playing-Cards to Europe
    A brief summary of European playing-card history follows. Cards were introduced into Italy and Spain around 1370. They most likely came from Egypt. Within a few years they had spread to many parts of Europe, although record of their introduction into England dates almost 90 years later. The Tarot deck was invented in Italy around 1440, based on the existing card decks of the time (not the other way around, as popular legend has it). The idea that Gypsies introduced cards to Europe is contradicted by the fact that cards were known in Europe for about 40 years before the first appearance of Gypsies.
    Origin of Cards
    Cards were probably invented in China. On New Year's Eve, 969, the Emperor Mu-tsung is reported to have played "domino cards" with his wife. Chinese Dominos corresponded to the fall of two dice (i.e. 1-2, 6-5, etc.). Unlike the Western versions of Dominos, Chinese Dominos were not used in positional games, hence they were played much like cards. Chinese "money cards" bear an even closer resemblance to Western playing-cards. They had four suits cash (2-9), strings [of cash] (2-9), myriads [of strings] (2-9), and tens [of myriads] (1-9). Later versions dropped the "tens" suit, but doubled or quadrupled the cards in each suit. The current "best" theory of the origin of European playing-cards, is that they came from a region near Mameluks of Egypt. Fragments of cards have been tentatively dated to 12th or 13th century. A Mameluke card deck dating around 1400, consists of 52 cards with suits of swords, polo-sticks, cups, and coins. Each suit has numbers 1-10, and three court cards malik (king), na'ib malik (Viceroy or Deputy-King), and thani na'ib (Second Under-Deputy). These cards are virtually identical to early Italian cards (batons instead of polo-sticks). It seems likely that the na'ib court card gave the early names of European cards: naibbe (Italian) and naipes (Spanish).

    20. Golf : Histoire & Collection - History & Collection
    Focusing on Continental europe. Offers information on origins of the game, archives and general links. Presented in English and French.
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