New Zealand Top Sites for History

    New Zealand history site featuring over 40 multimedia exhibitions, an annotated links section, a discussion forum and general information for the historical community.

    Alternate History Discussion

    The largest alternate history discussion forum on the web, plus a directory of individual scenarios sorted by era.

    The Commonwealth War Graves Commission

    Responsible for marking and maintaining the graves of those members of the Commonwealth forces killed in the two World Wars, building memorials to those who have no known grave and keeping records of Civilian War Dead.



    Institute for Historical Review

    Site of the world s leading historical revisionist organisation. Many articles from its journal (founded in 1980) are reproduced, and also contains a few general texts on the subject of why the mainstream Holocaust historiography is allegedly wrong.

    Constitution Society

    Comprehensive collection of constitutional materials, including books, articles, and tools.

    Active History

    Online activities and resources for history students, including tests, quizzes and information. Searchable by topic or year group.

    New Zealand in History

    An overview covering the pre-historic, colonial, and modern periods. Maori culture and legends also included. [English, French]

    WW100 New Zealand

    The First World War was one of the most significant events of the th Century and had a deep impact on New Zealand society Be part of the First World War Centenary

    EyeWitness to History

    Profiles of historical characters and events from ancient times to today, told with the images and words of those who lived it.

    History World

    HistoryWorld describes world history in interconnecting narratives and illustrated timelines. You can search for events by theme, place and year.

    The People History

    Memories of events, nostalgia, and experiences as recalled by people.

    The History Place

    Informative website focussing on American history from the Colonial period to present-day. Many on-line exhibits include timelines, photographs and famous speeches.

    Axis History

    Welcome to AHF! Axis History is an apolitical site and forum dedicated to the history of the European Axis nations during the Second World War.  Here

    Titanic Research and Modeling Association

    Devoted not only to the Titanic, but also to ships in the White Star Line and Olympic Class, as well as to other great ocean liners. Includes an article on basic modeling techniques, sources for plans, links and a message board.

    The Victorian Web

    Scholarly resources on a wide range of Victorian topics: political and social history, philosophy, literature, individual authors, visual arts, science, technology, religion, entertainment, and economy. Developed by George P. Landow at Brown University.

    A multimedia history of World War One including the build-up, source documents, timeline, maps, battlefields and battles, weaponry, who's who, memoirs, and vintage audio, video and photographs.

    Beachcombing's Bizarre History Blog -

    Beachcombing’s Bizarre History Blog is dedicated to strange, anomalous and weird historical events from the ancient, medieval and the modern world.

    Yad Vashem

    Israel's Holocaust museum and memorial. Includes information on the museum, its exhibits, collections, resources, programs and publications. Jerusalem, Israel.

    Great War 1914-1918

    In depth battle studies using translated material from both German and allied official documents.

    Digger History

    Australian & NZ military history. All conflicts are covered, with details of Australian & NZ and enemy soldiers, the slouch hat, uniforms, medals, equipment, planes, tanks, weapons, poetry, battles, units, leaders and maps.

    Colonial and Revolutionary war history. Includes information on historic sites and people.

    Daily historical facts and events, famous birthdays, world history, music history, and quote of the day.

    Mark Millmore's Ancient Egypt

    This artist offers computer-generated reconstructions of pyramids and temples as first built, along with interactive ground plans and images. Free screen savers, eCard, translator into hieroglyphics.

    History Link 101

    Explores the art, biographies, daily life, maps, pictures, and research of the ancient and prehistoric world.

    Ancient Egypt Online

    Resource featuring information on gods, monuments, hieroglyphs and kings.

    Citizens for Truth about the Kennedy Assassination

    A conspiracy-oriented site with archives of articles from PROBE magazine, "action alerts" encouraging political activism on the assassination, and current news. Also deals with Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King assassinations.

    MacroHistory: Prehistory to the 21st Century

    A narrative on trends, successes and failures across the ages in power conflicts, religion, philosophy, and political institutions. Also, monthly commentaries with a historical perspective.

    Society for Creative Anachronism

    An international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating pre-17th-century European history. Includes information about membership, kingdoms, events, heraldry, customs, chivalry, news and related resources.


    Large selection of militaria and books from WWII to Civil War.


    Article and photographs on ancient sites, cities, and civilizations (Greece, Rome, Carthage, Persia, Egypt, Anatolia...).

    Nova Roma

    Organization dedicated to the study and restoration of the ancient culture.

    Internet Naval History

    Comprehensive guide to twentieth century naval history by a published naval author. Includes a guide to finding information on ex-naval relatives and the warships they served on.