Q: Are there good sources on the Internet (using Google, Wikipedia, etc....)?
A: Yes.....But....
A: it is difficult to determine GRADE APPROPRIATE, or the AUTHORITY, VALIDITY, and RELIABILITY of the information offered!

Most often, historical societies and educational institutions offer accurate,

generally unbiased historical fact and interpretation.


Some excellent sources are:

Use MLA style for Citations.

Citations are included when using the following resources, choose the MLA Style for your "Reference" page.

Geography & History

Primary Sources


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Have Fun With History.com
*Explore America History documentaries, TV shows, videos, movies,

Maps of War
Maps-of-War presents a special list of the best
multimedia war maps from the world wide web.


This Day in History WWI


The WWI Document Archive
An archive of primary documents from the Great War period is international in focus.
The intention is to present in one location both primary and relevant secondary documents between 1890-1930.

A Guide to WWI Materials
This site is an excellent resource for students and researchers interested in the history of World War I.
The Library of Congress provides a list of links to materials that appear on their website that pertain to this historic event.

The WWI Document Archive
Primary documents of WWI, most in English, assembled by volunteers of the World War I Military History List.
Includes conventions, treaties, official papers, documents by year, personal reminiscences, and a biographical dictionary.


This Day in History WWII

WWII Interactive Maps
*Videos, Audios, Photos

America on the Sidelines
Interactive Timeline: America on the Sidelines 1931 -1941:
Designed to illustrate the U.S. response to crises in Europe and Asia.

WWII Personal Accounts
*Men and women in the war and at home.

Eyewitness to History.com
*History through the eyes of those who lived it.



WWII Time Collection

The United States Holocaust Museum

Auschwitz