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902 Historical chronology, (History - Chronology), (Dates, Historical), (Timeline), (Timelines)
909 World history, World politics
909.07 Crusades, (Church history - 600-1500, Middle Ages)
909.08 Modern history
909.09 Medieval civilization, (Medieval history), Middle Ages - History
910 Geography, Travel
911 Historical atlases, (Historical maps), (Historical geography - Maps)
912 Maps, Atlases
912.73 United States - Maps (includes topographic maps)
917.1 Canada - Description, National parks and reserves - Canada, (Canada - Travel)
917.3 United States - Description, National parks and reserves - United States, (United States - Travel)
920 Biography, (Biographies), (Autobiographies), Athletes, Celebrities, (Famous people), Millionaires, (Billionaires)
920.071 Canada - Biography
920.073 United States - Biography
929 Genealogy, (Ancestry), (Descent), (Family histories), (Family trees)
929.4 Names, Personal names, Pseudonyms, Nicknames, (Baby names), (Proper names), (Christian names), (Family names), (Forenames), (Surnames), (Fictitious names), (Pen names), (Anonyms)
929.6 Heraldry, (Coats of Arms), (Coat of Arms), Tartans, (Scottish tartans)
929.9 Flags, National emblems, State emblems
930 Ancient history, Ancient civilization
930.1 Archeology, Archaeology
932 Egypt - Antiquities, (Ancient Egypt), (Egyptology)
937 Rome, (Roman Empire)
940.2 Renaissance, (Early modern period)
940.3 World War I, 1914-1918
940.53 World War II, 1939-1945, Jewish holocaust (1933-1945)
940.547271 World War, 1939-1945 - Personal narratives, Japanese, Japanese - Canada - Biography, Japanese - Canada - Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945, World War, 1939-1945 - Evacuation of civilians - British Columbia, (Japanese internment - Canada)
941 Great Britain, Great Britain - History, (British history), (British empire), (England - Social life and customs), (United Kingdom), (War memorials - Great Britain)
941.081 Great Britain - History - Victoria, 1837-1901, Great Britain - History - 1800-1899 (19th century)
941.084 Great Britain - History - 1936-1945
941.092 Great Britain - Kings and rulers, (Queens), (Princes and princesses), (Royalty), (Monarchs), (Sovereigns), (Diana, Princess of Wales)
951.93 North Korea
951.95 South Korea
956 Arab countries, Iraq War, 2003, War on Terrorism, 2001-2009, Afghan War, 2001, Afghanistan - History - 2001, United States - Politics and government - 2001-2009
958.1 Afghanistan, Islamic fundamentalism - Afghanistan
959.704 Vietnamese War, 1961-1975, (Vietnam War)
965.04 Israel-Arab conflicts, Jewish-Arab relations, (Arab-Israeli conflicts), (Palestinian-Israeli conflicts)
966 West Africa - Social life and customs
970.004 Indians of North America, (North American Indians), Inuit - Canada
971 Canada, Canada - Civilization, Canada - History, (War memorials - Canada)
971.004 Indians of North America - Canada, Native peoples - Canada, Métis, (Metis)
972.9 Caribbean area - Description and travel, Caribbean area - Social life and customs
973 United States, United States - History, United States - Politics and government, Americana, United States - Civilization, (American history), (American government), (American politics), (United States - Government)
Top 10 richest people in the world, top Billionaires from Business Insider India Bureau, Apr 7, 2021. 1. Jeff Bezos - $188.5 billion. 2. Elon Musk - $169.9 billion. 3. Bernard Arnault & Family - $163.7 billion. 4. Bill Gates - $129.2 billion. 5. Mark Zuckerberg - $111.6 billion. 6. Warren Buffet - $99.8 billion. 7. Larry Ellison - $98.5 billion. 8. Larry Page - $96.1 billion. . Sergey Brin - $93.2 billion. 10. Mukesh Ambani - 77.3 billion.
● The 20 Richest Criminals in the World by Emmy Wallin, Wealthy Gorilla, updated 2020. Figures from Celebrity Net Worth, Forbes and The Richest have been used to create this compilation.
● 75 Biographies to Read Before You Die. List includes the following Biographies and Autobiographies, with descriptions:
6. Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life by Steve Martin
13. Cash: The Autobiography by Johnny Cash
14. Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly by Anthony Bourdain
17. The Story of My Life by Helen Keller
19. Angela's Ashes: A Memoir by Frank McCort
23. The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
24. Confessions by Saint Augustine
28. Night by Elie Wiesel
31. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou
33. A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway
35. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King
41. I. Asimov: A Memoir by Isaac Asimov
45. The Autobiography of Mark Twain by Mark Twain
46.The Motorcycle Diaries: Notes on a Latin American Journey by Ernesto "Che" Guevara
47. Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance by Barack Obama
48. Gandhi: An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
50. The Autobiography of Martin Luther King by Martin Luther King, Jr. and Clayborne Carson
52. Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
53. Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China by Ezra F. Vogel
56. The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcolm X, as told to Alex Haley
61. My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla by Nikola Tesla
64. Darwin: The Life of a Tormented Evolutionist by Adrian Desmond and James Moore
65. The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch
70. Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson
72. The Monk in the Garden: The Lost and Found Genius of Gregor Mendel, the Father of Genetics by Robin Marantz Henig
73. Never at Rest: A Biography of Isaac Newton by Richard S. Westfall
● 100 Top Celebrities from Forbes.com. Sort list of celebrities by Rank, Name, Pay, Web Hits, Press, or TV. Includes Highest Paid Athletes.
● Canadian Billionaires: These are the richest people in Canada in 2020 by Sophie Ireland, Stats Gate, CEOWORLD Magazine, 19 May 2020.
● List of Canadians by net worth from Wikipedia.
● Forbes list of billionaires from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This list of billionaires is based on the annual ranking of the world's wealthiest people compiled and published by Forbes magazine.
● Historical figures: 100+ of the most famous people through history - in chronological order from History Extra, Nov 8, 2021.
● How to Think More Like a Rich Person (and Actually Become Wealthy) by Wanda Thibodeaux, Copywriter, TakingDictation.com. The right mindset drastically ups the odds of becoming financially set. In essence, much of what separates rich people and poor people is a sense of being personally responsible for one's own fate and an unwillingness to accept defeat in the face of failure.
● To Be a Rich Person, Start Living Like a Rich Person by Eric C. Wentworth, A Plan for Life, June 1, 2014. 1. Make more money to live longer. People making more than $100,000 will live about one decade longer than their less well-off neighbors. 2. Stay married (to one person). 3. Read. 4. Stay fit. 5. Don't watch TV. 6. Teach your children success habits. 7. Get up three hours earlier. 8. Develop grit. According to the American Psychological Association, grit is the single most important factor in success ... the ability to persevere (despite obstacles) to reach a goal. 9. Never stop learning. 10. Develop emotional intelligence.
● 5 Simple Habits of the Average Millionaire by Chris Hogan. 1. They're avid readers. 2. They understand delayed gratification. 3. They stay away from debt. 4. They budget. 5. They give.
● The 10 cities with the most billionaires by Robert Frank, CNBC, 17 May 2018.
● 10 Things Wealthy People Do Every Day by Laura Woods, Build My Wealth, August 10, 2018. Get on the road to riches by behaving like most wealthy people. 16 millionaires and the money rules they swear by. Being a millionaire or billionaire - especially a self-made one - usually requires being disciplined about saving and spending, as well as investing wisely. So, if you want to live like a millionaire yourself, you'll have to follow the money rules of the wealthy. 1. They Keep Their Cool. 2. They Set (and Stick) to Goals. 3. They Maintain a Daily To-Do List. 4. They Don't Watch TV. 5. They Network. 6. They Educate Themselves. 7. They Invest. 8. They Block Their Time. 9. They Know When to Call It a Day. 10. They Stick to a Healthy Diet.
● Highest Paid CEOs in USA. Highest Paid Bosses from Forbes.
● Canada's Top 100 Highest-Paid CEOs. Canadian Business.
● List of the 100 wealthiest people from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
● The World's 10 Most Expensive Houses - and Who Owns Them by Jacob Davidson, Money. Published 14 Nov. 2014.
● The World's Most Expensive Billionaire Homes with Photos from Forbes.
● 5 reasons the rich live longer than the poor by Sam Turner, For the Deseret News, Apr 13, 2016.
● Rich people live longer and have 9 more healthy years than poor people, according to new research by Shira Feder, Insider, Jan 17, 2020.
● 400 Richest Americans - Forbes 400.
● Forbes Billionaires 2019 - Billionaires: The Richest People in the World. Editor's Pick, 5 Mar 2019. Edited by Luisa Kroll and Kerry A. Dolan. You can filter your search of 2019 Billionaires by Youngest, Oldest, Women, Industry, or Country.
● World's Richest People 2019 slideshow from Yahoo! Finance for the top 20 people who made the 2019 list of billionaires by Allan Shifman, Yahoo Finance Canada, 5 Mar 2019. Top 3:
No. 1: Jeff Bezos, Net worth: $131 billion, Source of wealth: Amazon.
No. 2: Bill Gates, Net worth: $96.5 billion, Source of wealth: Microsoft.
No. 3: Warren B
No. 8: Mark Zuckerberg, Net worth: $62.3 billion, Source of wealth: Facebook.
No. 9: Michael Bloomberg, Net worth: $55.5 billion, Source of wealth: Bloomberg LP.
● The World's Youngest Billionaires In 2019: Meet the 71 Under Age 40 by Kathleen Chaykowski, Forbes Staff, 5 Mar 2019.
● Forbes Billionaires 2018: Meet the Richest People on the Planet by Luisa Kroll, Forbes Staff, 6 Mar. 2018.
● The 25 Richest People in the World 2020 by Dan Western, Wealthy Gorilla.
● Inside the 2015 Forbes Billionaires List: Facts and Figures by Kerry A. Dolan and Luisa Kroll, Forbes. Published 2 Mar. 2015.
● The World's Billionaires 2015. Published 2 Mar. 2015 by Forbes.
● The Richest Women in the World 2015 from Forbes.
● Richest 1% will own more than all the rest by 2016. Published 19 January 2015 by Oxfam International.
● The World's Wealth in 2014 by Barry Ritholtz. What is a High-Net-Worth-Individual (HNWI)? Typically, this means the individual has assets of over $1 million U.S., i.e. a millionaire.
4000 Years of Women in Science. Biographies, References, Photographs.
Allrefer.com - People. Categories of biographies: Science and Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences and the Law, Literature and the Arts, Philosophy and Religion, Sports and Games, and History.
Some Web Sites for Biography Research. List of resources for Biographies from Internet Information Services. Reference Sites. Library Information from Summit High School, Breckenridge, CO. Includes resources for Biographies.
Biographical Dictionary Searchable database of over 27,000 notable people who have shaped our world. Brief bios.
Biography - Who's Who. From My Facts Page, refdesk.com. Links to major biographical sites.
Biography.com TV program and magazine. Easily searchable database of over 20,000 personalities. Short biographical information on each, many with list of works and related links.
CNN 25 - Top 25 Fascinating People in the last quarter of a century, posted May 2, 2005:
1) Ronald Reagan
2) Pope John Paul II
3) Ayatollah Ruhollah Musavi Khomeini
4) George W. Bush
5) Deng Xiaoping
6) Bill Clinton
7) Osama bin Laden
8) Mikhail Gorbachev
9) Nelson Mandela
10) Yasser Arafat
11) Bill Gates
12) Margaret Thacher
13) Saddam Hussein
14) Sam Walton
15) Ariel Sharon
16) Steve Jobs
17) Newt Gingrich
18) Lech Walesa
19) Mother Teresa
20) Alan Greenspan
21) Michael Jordan
22) Diana Princess of Wales
23) Rev. Billy Graham
24) Oprah Winfrey
25) Steven Spielberg
Dead or Alive? Site tracks whether famous people are still alive or whether they have passed away. Searchable by keyword. Provides Dead or Alive info, Field: Entertainment, Journalism, Music, Politics, Science, Sports, Theater, etc., Brief Bio Info, Date of Birth, Current Age (if alive), Date of Death, Age at Death, as well as Cause of Death.
Dying 47-Year-Old Professor Gives Exuberant 'Last Lecture' from Wimp.com. Video, 76:26 min. Sep 20, 2007. "We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand" says Carnegie-Mellon University professor, Randy Pausch. Watch as the terminally ill man delivers one final lecture on childhood dreams and the "love stories" that are our lives. Dr. Randy Pausch. Randy Pausch, noted CMU prof, succumbs to cancer. Article by Eleanor Chute, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor died July 25, 2008 in Virginia of pancreatic cancer.
Famous People Painting - Discussing the Divine Comedy with Dante. Historical Painting with Wikipedia Links & Mouse Over Tagging. Original oil painting on canvas by Chinese artists: Dai Dudu, Li Tiezi, and Zhang An, 2006. Who are these people and what did they contribute? Click on an individual and read the biography.
Find a Grave. Site enables you to find graves of thousands of famous people worldwide. Searchable by Name, Location, Claim to Fame, and Date. Includes Search 7.2 million grave records in the United States, Cemetery Search by Name of Cemetery and State, Surname Index and more.
GeneaBios - Genealogy Biography Database. All the Biographies for Genealogy - A-Z.
Irwin, Steve - Stephen Robert Irwin (22 February 1962 - 4 September 2006) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Also known as the Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin was an Australian naturalist and television personality, best known for the television program The Crocodile Hunter, an unconventional wildlife documentary series broadcast worldwide and co-hosted with his wife Terri Irwin. See also Steve Irwin (II) from Internet Movie Database (IMDb), Australia Zoo - Home of the Crocodile Hunter, Animal Planet: The Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin from NNDB (Notable Names Database) - Tracking the Entire World, Obituary: Steve Irwin from BBC News in video and audio.
My Hero - Directory of Heroes. Brief biographies with photos and illustrations.
NNDB: Tracking the Entire World. "NNDB is an intelligence aggregator that tracks the activities of people we have determined to be noteworthy, both living and dead." Search A-Z of 14,500 profiles. Brief Biographies: Name, Occupation, Born, Died, Summary. Excellent portraits.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 55,000 biographies of people who shaped the history of the British Isles and beyond, from the earliest times to the year 2003.
Pope Francis. Read the Full Texts of All of Pope Francis' Addresses During His Visit to the U.S. The complete, translated transcripts of the Holy Father's remarks, from Aleteia, Sept. 28, 2015.
Reference Shelf - Biographical Information. Finding Biographical Infomation Online. Links to biographical sites. Online Reference Shelf - A guide to reference resources available online from New Mexico State University (NMSU).
● Reference Shelf: Biography from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Libraries.
● Reference & Background Sources: Biographies. Resources to help you find quick reference sources from UR databases and websites. Almanacs, encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, biographical information, and other general reference links are included, from Boatwright Memorial Library, University of Richmond.
Richest People by Century by Matt Blitz, from Today I Found Out: Feed Your Brain. Includes images and details where wealth came from as well as the approximate worth in today's dollars, if known.
● 11th century: William the Conqueror
● 12th century: Genghis Khan
● 13th century: Filippo di Amedeo de Peruzzi
● 14th century: Mansa Musa I
● 15th century: Jakob Fugger
● 16th century: Suleiman the Magnificent
● 17th century: Aurangzeb
● 18th century: Stephen Girard
● 19th century: The Rothschild family
● 20th century: John D. Rockefeller
● 21st century: Muammar Gaddafi
S9.com Biographical Dictionary. Covers over 33,000 notable men and women. Uses a Wikipedia type system that allows editing of biographies. Searchable by name, birth and death dates, professions, literary and artistic works, achievements, and other keywords.
Which cities do the world's millionaires and billionaires live in?.
White House Dream Team. Covers heroes who made a significant contribution to America through their dreams, character traits, and choices. Biographies of:
●Baseball Players: Jackie Robinson, Roberto Clemente, Lou Gehrig.
●Athletes: Wilma Rudolph, Red Grange, Jessie Owens.
●Patriots: Samuel Adams, Esther Reed, Lemuel Haynes.
●Teachers: Mary McLeod Bethune, Américo Paredes, Anne Sullivan Macy.
●Authors: Laura Ingalls Wilder, Theodor Seuss Geisel, Elwyn Brooks White.
●Artists: Henry Tanner, Gilbert Stuart, Mary Cassatt.
Who2? Find Famous People Fast! Browse by Name: A-Z profiles of 2000 famous people.
Who's Alive and Who's Dead. Site lists some famous people who are alive and some who are dead, including cast list of popular TV shows or rock groups. Not all famous movie stars of old are included, e.g. James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, and John Wayne are not listed. Provides Name, More Info (where available), Date of Birth, Status (dead or alive), Date of Death (if applicable), and Age (current age or age at death). Categories include: Actors and Actresses, Musical Performers, Political Figures, Athletes and Sports Figures, All Other Categories, Recent Deaths, Today's Birthdays, and more.
Woopidoo Biographies of Business Leaders &
Masters in Business.
● 20 Biographies of Influential Business Leaders You Should Not Miss by Jessica Millis, LifeHack.
The World's Most Powerful Celebrities. Forbes List of 100.
The World's Most Powerful People. Forbes List of 72.
Canada honours 'Famous Five' women. "The five women who worked to have Canadian women declared persons have been immortalized on Parliament Hill . . . The 'famous five' are Emily Murphy, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Louise McKinney, Nellie McClung and Irene Parlby." See also: The Famous 5: Heroes for Today. "A multimedia resource dedicated to chronicling the lives and achievements of the five visionary women from Alberta who have become known simply as the Famous 5."
Canadian Confederation from Wikipedia. See also a short list of important Confederation figures at Confederation for Kids - People. Click on a name, you will be shown a picture of the person, and the story of his life.
Canadian Personalities. Some famous and some not so famous Canadians who have made a significant difference to the Canadian way of life. List in A-Z order.
Canadian Scientists - Profiles. Reference links to biographies of Canadian nuclear scientists, airplane heroes, engineers, mathematicians, geophysicists, science heroes, famous Canadians, and famous graduates of the University of Toronto.
CBC Archives: Topics: People. Include video clips. Rick Hansen: Man In Motion, Barbara Frum: Pioneering Broadcaster, Oscar Peterson: A Jazz Giant, Marc Garneau: Canadian Space Pioneer, Glenn Gould: Variations on an Artist, Ben Johnson and Drugs in Canadian Sport, Marshall McLuhan, the Man and his Message, Maurice 'Rocket' Richard, Dr. Henry Morgentaler: Fighting Canada's Abortion Laws, Margaret Laurence: Canada's Divine Writer, Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope, Trudeaumania: A Swinger for Prime Minister, Gordon Lightfoot: Canada's Folk Laureate, David Suzuki: Scientist, Activist, Broadcaster, The Wrongful Conviction of David Milgaard, and others.
Celebrating Women's Achievements. Themes include: Sport, Activism, Book Trade, Politics, Librarianship and Bibliography, Society, Music, and Literature. Biographies of Canadian women who have made outstanding contributions are included. Each woman's life and achievements are described.
Famous Canadians Theme Page. Provides links to Canadian Air Aces and Heroes, Canadian Celebrities, Canadian Poets, Great Canadian Scientists, Distinguished Women of Past and Present, Canadian Music Encyclopedia, Canadian Authors, Canadian Prime Ministers, etc.
Famous Canadian Women's Historical Timeline 1950-1959. Famous Canadian Women's Historical Timeline 1980-1989
See also 352.230973 Presidents - United States
American National Biography - ANB Online. Includes Biography of the Day.
The Truths We Hold:
An American Journey
by Kamala Harris
The Truths We Hold:
An American Journey
by Kamala Harris
(Young Readers Edition)
Kamala Devi Harris from Wikipedia. Kamala Harris, born October 20, 1964, is an American politician and lawyer who has served as the junior United States senator from California since 2017. She is the presumptive Democratic nominee for vice president in the 2020 election. Born in Oakland, California, Harris is a graduate of Howard University and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. She began her career in the Alameda County District Attorney's Office, before being recruited to the San Francisco District Attorney's Office and later the City Attorney of San Francisco's office. In 2003, she was elected district attorney of San Francisco. She was then elected attorney general of California in 2010; she was re-elected in 2014.
I Hear America Singing. Biographies of key composers, poets and writers, artists, and artistic and cultural movements that define the American song saga, e.g. Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Collins Foster, The Alcotts, Elizabeth Barrett & Robert Browning, Emily Dickinson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mark Twain, Tennessee Williams, Norman Rockwell, Harlem Renaissance and The Shakers.
Life Stories of Civil War Heroes. Biographies include Philip Kearny, Joshua L. Chamberlain, Robert Gould Shaw, and Clara Barton.
List of Presidents of the United States from Wikia.org.
Presidents of the United States. Biographies of all U.S. Presidents, from George Washington (1789-1797) to George W. Bush (2001- ).
VicePresidents.com. Biographies and portals to the Vice Presidents of the United States, including Vice Presidents History and Facts.
25 Free Genealogy Websites from Genealogy Explained, an educational site designed by Marc McDermott to help weekend-warrior genealogists learn how to climb their family trees. Marc provides a brief description of each of the 25 totally free genealogy sites with free information to help you explore your family history.
122 Tools to Plan and Build Your Family Tree from Free People Search.org. "Family historians and genealogists are generally meticulous, detail-oriented, highly organized workers." Useful resources provided include: Society of Genealogists (UK), Family Tree & Me, Ancestry Blog, RootsMagic, vitalrec.com, GenScriber, Visual.ly, Family Historian, Roots-Chat, Find My Past, Simple Family Tree, GenoPro, Ancestral Quest, Brigham Young University, WinGeno, My Heritage, MyFamily.com, and many more.
Access Genealogy. A Free Genealogy Resource.
American Colonial Origins. Colonial ancestors in the United States.
Ancestor Guide. Genealogy and Surname Search.
Ancestor Hunt. Free genealogy search engines.
Ancestor Search. Free Genealogy Search Portal. Includes a database of last name meanings and surname origins.
AncentralFindings.com. A free genealogy lookup site.
Ancestry.com. Search 2,500
databases starting with the Complete Database Listing A-Z, or use the following databases: AIS Census
Indexes, Ancestry World Tree, Ancestry's Advanced Search, War Research Database, Military Databases,
Newspaper Obituaries, Slave Narratives, Social Security Death Index with over 63,500,000 records, U.S.
Telephone and Address Vital and Church Records, cemetery records in both U.S. and Canada, and more.
● Charts and Forms. FREE download of useful Charts and Forms from Ancestry.com.
* Ancestral Chart - records the ancestors from whom you directly descend.
* Research Calendar - gives an account of every record source you have searched.
* Research Extract - use these sheets to summarize information which cannot be photocopied.
* Correspondence Record - to keep track of those with whom you have corresponded.
* Family Group Sheet - placing each piece of information concerning a pedigree ancestor and his/her family on a worksheet will make compilation much easier. * Source Summary - enables you to quickly refer to information you have found for a particular family and the sources of that information.
Awesome Genealogy. Life in the Past Lane. Census Images, Passenger Lists, Cemeteries, U.S.A. Search, New England, World Search, Military Search, Naturalizations, Church Records, Palatines, Moravians.
Canadian Genealogy and Family History. Links to numerous National sites including: Archives, Libraries, Museums, Birth, Marriage, Death, Cemetery, Obituary, Emigration, Explorers, Passenger Lists, Surnames, and others.
The Canadian Genealogy Centre provides electronic access to genealogical resources of Canada, offers genealogical content, services, advice, and research tools.
Cemetery Junction Directory. Links to Online Directories: United States Cemeteries, Family Cemeteries, Australian Cemeteries, U.S. Obituary Sources, and U.S. Obituary Citations.
Census Records from National Archives, United States. The first Federal Population Census was taken in 1790, and has been taken every ten years since. Because of a 72-year restriction on access to the Census, the most recent year available is 1940. The 1950 Census will be released in 2022.
Census Finder: Canada Census Records Online. Genealogy Sources include: United Kingdom Census Records of Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Britain, England.
County Record. Official USA County Records Provider.
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet. A categorized & cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on the Web. Over 241,750 links.
Darci's Place of Origins Genealogy Site. Topics covered: Ancestor Surnames - Regions of New York, Surname "Related" Web Pages, and Genealogy WebSites - New York Resources.
Family Tree Creator from DNAweekly. 100% Free, No Limits or Registration.
Family Tree Searcher: Genealogy - Ancestry. Enter your ancestors just once to search family trees at multiple genealogy sites.
Find a Grave. Site enables you to find graves of thousands of famous people worldwide. Searchable by Name, Location, Claim to Fame, and Date. Includes Search 7.2 million grave records in the United States (Non-Famous Grave Search), Cemetery Search by Name of Cemetery and State, Surname Index and more.
Free Genealogy Form Downloads or Print from Your Computer.
GeneaBios - Genealogy Biography Database. All the Biographies for Genealogy - A-Z.
Genealogy. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). 1. Research Facilities - List of places across U.S. with genealogical microfilm holdings. 2. Online Info - Genealogical Data and Research Guides include: African-American Research, Aliens, Census Records 1790 on, Court Records, Federal Employees, Immigration and Naturalization Records, and Military Records. Online Info. 3. Policy Issues Affecting Genealogists. 4. Publications. 5. Genealogy Workshops and Courses. 6. Genealogical Resources on the WWW.
Genealogy: Advice for Effective Searches. Answer a series of simple questions and get free, customized advice on the most effective next steps for searching your ancestors.
Genealogy and Family History from Library and Archives Canada. Genealogical Sources in Canada including Aboriginal Ancestry, Acadian sources, Records of Birth, marriage, death, divorce and adoption records, Census, Citizenship (naturalization), Employment, Immigration, Land, LI-RA-MA (Russian Consular records), Loyalist sources, Métis, Military, Newspapers and Obituaries, North West Mounted Police (R.C.M.P.), School, and Wills and estate records.
Genealogy.com. Leading resource for family history. Includes directory of over 86,000 genealogy Web sites around the world. Search by People's last names A to Z by Places or Geographical areas worldwide. Learn about genealogy, Genealogy toolbox, How-To and Help. Add a forum, post queries to get help or help others on the Web via GenForum a conglomeration of over 8200 message boards or forums.
Genealogy Gateway to the Web from GenGateway.com. Genealogy, Family Tree, and Surname Resources.
Genealogy Links and Surname Search Engines. Search Engines and Sites A-Z, Mega-Meta-Search Engines, Directories, USA - International - World Search Engines, Parallel Search Engines, and Unusual Search Engines.
GenealogyLinks.net. Over 30,000 Genealogy Links. Genealogy for UK, Ireland, USA, Europe, Australia.
Genealogy Register. Cemetery Lists, Old City Directories (United States), Genealogy Message Boards, Surname Search, and an amazing Web Directory with thousands of genealogy related links.
Genealogy Today. Getting Started, Family History, Research Tools, Genealogy Meta-Search, U.S. Genealogy Sites State by State , and Canadian Edition. See also: U.K. Edition and Aussie Edition.
Heritage and Genealogy Home Page at D'Addezio.com. Online directories and ethnic speciality sites.
Italian Genealogy? Start Here! German Genealogy? Start Here! Greek Genealogy? Start Here! Irish Genealogy? Start Here! ShadCat's Free Genealogy Listings Society Hill Directory - Links to United States Historical & Genealogical Societies, Canadian Historical & Genealogical Societies, Australian Historical & Genealogical Societies, and others. Obituary Depot - Online Directories: United States Obituaries (Newspaper listing plus additional state resources), Canadian Obituaries, Australian Obituaries. Articles on Genealogy.
Library of Congress: Local History and Genealogy Reading Room. Began in 1815, the Library of Congress has one of the world's premier collections of U.S. and foreign genealogical and local historical publications.
Lookup UK.com. Search UK & Ireland Genealogy and related records.
Maximilian Genealogy. One of the Top UK Genealogy Websites.
The Olive Tree Genealogy. Free searchable databases for ships' passenger lists, military records, Native American Genealogy, Palatines, Huguenots, Mennonites, USA Genealogy, Canadian Genealogy and more.
Ontario Marriage Records from OntarioGenWeb.
RootsWeb.com. Type in your genealogy searches using popular indexes such as World Connect with over 187 million names in family trees, Roots Web Surname List with almost one million surname entries, Records from Federal and State Resources, plus User Contributed Records. See also Registry of Web Sites at RootsWeb which includes Surname Web Sites.
Archaic Medical Terms. Illnesses encountered in Genealogy from Hall Genealogy Website.
British Surnames - UK Surnames. Site primarily lists surnames commonly found in Britain. Information on similar surnames, most common surnames, surname distribution maps as well as surname meanings and etymologies.
Surname Finder. Free Genealogy Surname Search provides easy access to free and commercial resources for 1,742,743 surnames.
Three hundred colonial ancestors and war service : their part in making American history from 495 to 1934. Colonial ancestors in the United States.
United States Vital Records Information. Includes Social Security Death Index & Ancestor Search where you can search for ancestors by Surname, Locality, Keywords. You can also Order Birth and Death records online via Vitalchek.
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20,000 Names from Around the World: Female Japanese Names in alphabetical order from AI to YURIKO - AI (1: 藍, 2: 愛): Japanese name meaning 1) "indigo" or 2) "love" to YURIKO (百合子): Japanese name meaning "hundred-perfect-child." See also thousands of male and female names from around the world sorted and categorized by country, language and meaning. Many of the names include detailed etymology; all include meaning. Available names include: African, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Native American, Polish, Spanish and Welsh. For example: 2473 Male English Names. 2934 Female English Names.
a.k.a. (also known as). As of 28 August 2017, site lists 15,323 entries (4,201 real, 10,887 pseudo, 235 cross-references) of author pseudonyms, aliases, nicknames, working names, legalized names, pen names, noms des plumes, maiden names... etc. Site includes valuable links to online sources consulted, plus list of authors with 10 - 150 pseudonyms.
Baby Name Finder. Baby Names: Boy Names, Girl Names, from BabyCenter. Includes: Baby Naming Guidelines, Baby Name Meaning Search, Popular Baby Names, How to Pick a Name for Your Baby.
Baby Names - Quick Name Search, Advanced Name Search, or Search Baby Names A-Z, from Parenthood.com.
Baby Name Guide. Boy Baby Names. Girl Baby Names. Baby Names by Categories.
FreeSurnameSearch.com. World Wide Directory of Free Genealogy Databases and Record Transcriptions.
Japanese Boy Girl Names. Japanese Names List with Meanings in English.
Meaning of Names. Search A-Z for Name Meanings and History.
Names.org offers origins, statistics and popularity rankings for people names. Users can search and compare the most popular names, find trending names and review various list of names by origin, region decade and more. A quick search for "John" shows - Origin: Hebrew. Meaning: God is Gracious. How to Pronounce "John" in 7 different ways. "John" as First Name used 5.1 million times in the U.S. since 1880. "John" as Last Name used 34 thousand times in the U.S. in 2010.
Surname Finder. Genealogy Surnames Search Directory.
Surname Genealogy Search from SurnameWeb. Search for your surname genealogy or browse surname from A-Z.
World Names Profiler. Search for a Surname to view its Map and Statistics.
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Coats of Arms from Ireland and Around the World by Eddie Geoghegan. Over 2000 free coat of arms and family crest in GIF format. Includes previously featured Coats of Arms and Family Histories, Links to the Internet Heraldry Store, Gallery page with high quality samples, Articles relating to Heraldry in Ireland, Heraldic Symbols and Convention (rules and terms of Heraldry), Irish language old and new (Gaelic), plus related links.
Coats of Arms from Flag Shag.
●African Coats of Arms. A-Z from Algeria to Zimbabwe.
●Asian Coats of Arms include Middle East and Far East countries, in alphabetical order from Afghanistan to Yemen.
●European Coats of Arms in alphabetical order from Albania to Yugoslavia.
●North American Coats of Arms in alphabetical order from Anguilla to Virgin Island (UK).
●Oceania Coats of Arms in alphabetical order from American Samoa to West Samoa.
●South American Coats of Arms in alphabetical order from Argentina to Venezuela.
Elizabethan Heraldry. Heralds and Heraldry in Elizabethan England by John Neitz. Heraldry Online References.
Heraldry from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German-Nordic heraldry. Danish heraldry. Finnish heraldry. German heraldry. Icelandic heraldry.
Heraldry of the World a massive site maintained by Ralf Hartemink.
Heraldry by Country.
Mottoes. Mottoes are very common in the British-style heraldry (UK, Australia, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand), and much less common in other countries. Therefore the large majority of the mottoes listed here are from towns and councils in the British heraldic region. See Mottoes in English, Latin, and other Languages.
Heraldry of the World. Largest website on civic heraldry. Civic Heraldry of Europe, Africa, Asia, Central and South America, United States of America, Canada, Australia, Oceania, and Religious or Ecclesiastical heraldry .
Heraldry on the Internet. Coats of Arms, Family Crests. Site is designed to help you conduct heraldry research online. Includes many heraldry links, e.g. Symbolisms of Heraldry, International Illustrated Glossary, Pimbley's Dictionary of Heraldry, Heraldic Clip Art, Free Coats of Arms with over 1,200 free coats of arms for surnames worldwide.
The Meaning and Influence of Arms, The Heraldic Eagle: The Story Behind The Bird, and other articles from American College of Heraldry.
Probert Encyclopaedia - Heraldry. Heraldry is the science of a herald's duties. Browse A-Z for comprehensive details of armorial bearings to be found upon coats of arms, and terms used to describe heraldic devices and their significance.
Tartans of Scotland from Lochcarron of Scotland, the world's leading manufacturer of tartan.
● The Scottish Tartans Museum.
● Introduction to Tartan.
● The Birth of Tartan.
● The Celts.
● The Growth of Tartan.
● Tartan Today.
● Tartan Timeline.
● Scotland's Heraldry.
Flags. Links to flags of U.S.A., Canada, and the World.
Flags of All Countries. Choose a country from A-Z. Some have links to CIA World Factbook.
World Flag Database. Includes complete list of all the countries, territories, and sub-national regions. Provides basic info on each country e.g. its formal name, capital city, area, population, currency, languages, and religions. Flags include the national and state flags, ensigns, and sub-national flags. Old flags are also shown where countries have changed their flags in recent years.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook. A massive site. Topics include: 1. Human Origins, 2. Ancient Near East: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia, Israel, 3. Greek Civilizations: Greece, The Hellenistic World, and 4. Rome: Late Antiquity, Christian Origins.
Philip Coppens: Ancient Knowledge Will Give Us a Future. The Ancient Alien Question. The Stone Puzzle of Rosslyn Chapel. Featured articles include:
• Orcadian stones.
• Avebury-Stonehenge: a scale model of Atlantis?
• The Irish stellar giants.
• Mont St Michel: Gateway to the Otherworld.
• The Wewelsburg: the Nazi Grail Castle.
• The Heights of Athens.
• Europe's pyramid history unveiled.
• Old Europe.
• A supernatural icon for Mother Russia.
• Malta: The small island of the giants.
• Bruges: the Jerusalem of the North.
• Göbekli Tepe: the world's oldest temple.
• The Burrows cave: African gold in Illinois.
• Christians don't worship here any more ... The village of San Juan Chamula, in the mountains of Chiapas, is a Mayan village.
• The Stone Head in the Guatemalan jungle.
• The Quest for the Metal Library: A system of tunnels and caves beneath Ecuador and Peru.
• Viracocha's Voyage: The Sacred Valley of Cuzco.
• The stone heads of Easter Island.
• Karnak: The largest temple on Earth (The religious complex of Karnak, in Luxor, Egypt).
• The Tassili n'Ajjer of Southern Algiers: birthplace of ancient Egypt?
• Found: one Ark of the Covenant?
• China's Great Pyramids Controversy.
• Mu Revisited: Was Churchward Right After All?
• The Master: Philippe de Lyon.
• Origin and symbolism of the crystal skulls.
• The Labyrinth Way.
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. CNN Destinations - Scroll down to click on name of wonder.
The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World by History.com Editors.
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World from UnMuseum.
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World from Wikipedia.
The 7 Wonders of the Medieval World by Caroline Oberheu, Travel, Sep. 6, 2017.
Archaeology from CyberPursuits. Archaeology Guides and Directories, Archaeology sites grouped by Regions, by Topics, by Programs including Archaeology Museums and Libraries, and other Resources.
Ancient Egypt from British Museum. Egyptian Life, Geography, Gods & Goddesses, Mummification, Pharaoh, Pyramids, Temples, Time, Trades, Writing (includes Rosetta Stone).
Ancient Egyptfrom History Link 101. Art, Biographies, Daily Life, Maps, Pictures, and Research on Ancient Egypt.
Ancient Egypt History from Tour Egypt Guide for Travel, Modern and Ancient Egypt. Includes: The Kings (Pharaohs) of Ancient Egypt and other links.
Ancient Egyptian civilization from Khan Academy.
Egypt: Secrets of an Ancient World from National Geographic. Photos, diagrams, news stories, Interactive multimedia features include: Explore the Pyramids, At the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Mysteries of Egypt Movie Preview - An Imax Film, Making a Mummy the Natural Way Lesson Plans. Timeline of Ancient Egypt.
Egyptian Art in the Age of the Pyramids, pp. 138-153. "Excavating the Old Kingdom. The Giza Necropolis and other Mastaba Fields, from Giza Project at Harvard University.
Ancient Egyptian Pyramids: Architecture, Characteristics, History, Construction of Pyramid Tombs from Encyclopedia of Ancient Art.
The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities: The Largest Museum in Egypt. View Masterpieces, The Tut Collection - King Tutankhamun Collection.
Egyptians - History from BBC. Contents include: Ancient Egypt and the Modern World, Death in Sakkara, Pyramids and Monuments, Building the Great Pyramid, Mummification, Gods and Beliefs, Sacred Animals of Ancient Egypt Gallery, Ancient Egyptian Magic, Pharaohs and Dynasties, Treasures of Tutankhamun Gallery, Daily Life, Hieroglyphs.
Egyptology Resources - Resources for Ancient Egypt from the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
Egypt's Golden Empire from PBS. Pharaohs, Contents: Women in Power, Timeline, Egyptian Experience (Interactive map, Life as an Egyptian, Hieroglyphic Translator), Life as a Pharaoh, a Priest, a Soldier, a Woman, and a Worker, plus Educational Resources. See also Pyramids: The Inside Story.
Eternal Egypt. A virtual museum without walls created by IBM and the Egyptian Government. Here you can experience Egypt as it once was. 5000 years of art, architecture, music and writing. Map, timeline, topics, multimedia, sites and museums, glossary, or explore Eternal Egypt by browsing the types of artifacts, characters, and places. Accessible in English, French, and Arabic.
The Great Pyramid, The Great Sphinx of Giza, QuickTime Virtual Reality Egypt Panoramas, and more from CyberJourney to Egypt by Andrew, creator and webmaster of Guardian's Egypt.
Mark Millmore's Ancient Egypt. Pyramids & Temples, Rebuilding Temples, Kings & Queens, Hieroglyphs, Egyptian Numbers, Send an Ancient Egyptian eCard, and more.
Mr. Dowling's Ancient Egypt Page. Gift of the Nile, Land of the Dead, Pharaoh, Rosetta Stone, and Cleopatra. Includes lesson plans with Study Guide, Homework Assignments, Test, and Interactive Quiz on Ancient Egypt.
OsirisNet.net. Site devoted to Tombs and Mastabas of Ancient Egypt. Images and information on Tombs of the Pharaohs, Queens and Princes, Tombs of the Noblemen, Tombs of the Craftsmen at Deir el Medineh, Tombs of the time of the "heretic" Akhenaten, Tombs of the Middle Kingdom in Asswan, and Mastabas: the tombs of the Old Kingdom.
Pharaoh's Pump Foundation is an Oregon based, nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of decentralized, energy efficient, nonpolluting technologies. The primary goal is to research, develop and build the water pumping technology utilized by the Original Builders of the Great Pyramid. The organization intends to redevelop the type of water pump the Great Pyramid was originally designed to be. Rediscovering and utilizing this high technology of Ancient mankind will improve our world in modern times. The founder of the Pharaoh's Pump Foundation, Steven Myers, is completing a manuscript about how the Great Pyramid was assembled and why.
The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of
Ancient Egypt from National Gallery of Art (NGA). A full-scale reproduction of the tomb of Thutmose III, Streaming Slideshows - Examine details of selected objects while listening to informative narratives from the experts. View selected objects from the exhibition, Streaming Video - View the exhibition film The Quest for Immortality in Ancient Egypt (10 min.), plus other resources, e.g. Map of Ancient Egypt.
● Ancient Egypt - Quest for Immortality (Ancient History Documentary). Video, 50:02 min. from Daily Motion, 2015. Time Life's Lost Civilizations - Ancient Egypt.
● Tutankhamun's Treasures (Full Episode) | Lost Treasures of Egypt. YouTube video, 44:24 min. Published by National Geographic, Dec 23, 2020.
● The Real Origins Of Ancient Egypt | Immortal Egypt | Timeline. YouTube video, 58:47 min. Published by Timeline - World History Documentaries, Jul 18, 2018.
Illustrated History of the Roman Empire. Contents include: The Founding, The Kings, Early Republic, Late Republic, Early Emperors, The High Point, The Decline, The Collapse, Constantinople, Religion, Society, The Army, Bulletin Board, Picture Index, Kids' Section, FAQs, Links.
Roman Empire from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Roman Empire from Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Roman Empire: In the First Century from Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Special features include: Timeline: 60 BC - 180 AD, Virtual Library: excerpts from writers of the Roman Empire in the first century (Tacitus, Seneca, Juvenal, Pliny the Younger ...), Family Tree: The Dynasty of Augustus, Emperor of Rome Game.
Middle Ages and Renaissance Facts for Kids from Medieval Collectibles.
Renaissance by Michael Pallotto. YouTube video, 7:28 min. Published on Jun 21, 2015.
The Renaissance Connection. An interactive educational web site from the Allentown Art Museum. Travel 500 years into the past to discover many Renaissance innovations. Art Explorer, Innovations 1400-2020, Patron of the Arts, The Artist's Life, Lessons Plans for middle school grades.
Renaissance: The Elizabethan World. Contents include: Life at Court, Heraldry, Sumptuary Laws, Treason Trials, and extensive links to related Renaissance Sites by categories: Period Texts, Research, People, Costume, Literature, Food, Gardens, Music, Games, Swordplay, Exploration, Wordplay, Guilds, Faires, Fonts, Scripts.
In honour of the 100th Anniversary of the start of World War I, please visit Honouring Our War Heroes to learn more about the local Mississauga residents who answered the call to serve.
Canadian War Poster Collection from McGill University Library Digital Collections.
Canadians on Other Fronts 1914-1919. Canadian men and women served in many different capacities during the First World War.
Christmas 1914 and World War One.
Encyclopedia of the First World War. A Global War - A Global Project "1914-1918-online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War" is an English-language virtual reference work on the First World War. The multi-perspective, open-access knowledge base is the result of an international collaborative project involving more than 1,000 authors, editors, and partners from over fifty countries. More than 1,000 articles will be gradually published. Innovative navigation schemes based on Semantic Media Wiki technology provide nonlinear access to the encyclopedia's content.
Events That Lead to WWI by Hannah Mertz, Sutori. (Sutori is a collaborative instruction and presentation tool for the classroom). Events in 1870-, 1879, 1881, 1907, 1908, and June 28, 1914 which lead to World War I. Includes maps.
The facial prosthetics of World War I. YouTube video, 4:02 min. Published by Vox, Nov 8, 2018. "Facial prostheses in World War I were a new solution to a difficult problem, and sculptor and writer Anna Coleman Ladd led these efforts for the American Red Cross in France. She made more than 150 masks for the wounded in an effort to provide some semblance of normalcy after their severe injuries."
● A Fate Worse Than Death - Disfigured Veterans of World War 1 I THE GREAT WAR Special. YouTube video, 7:56 min. Published by The Great War, Feb 13, 2017. "Plastic and reconstructive surgery saw rapid development during World War 1 .... survivors were often disfigured or lost limbs as a result. To help them return to a somewhat normal life, reconstructive surgeons developed methods to restore their faces and aided them with prosthetics."
● Sculptor Made Masks for Wounded WWI Soldiers with Disfigured Faces | New York Post. YouTube video, 1:57 min. Published by New York Post, Aug 14, 2018. "A talented sculptor gave badly wounded World War I soldiers a second chance - by giving them a new face."
● This Woman Made Masks For World War I Veterans Who Suffered Face Injuries | NowThis. YouTube video, 1:54 min. Published by NowThis News, Aug 25, 2019. "During and after World War I, the Great Wear, soldiers who came back with face injuries didn't have many options. Plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery had not been fully developed yet so many veterans of the first World War turned to facial prosthetics. Anna Coleman Ladd made history by building face masks for those veterans."
● Anna Coleman Ladd from Wikipedia. "Anna Coleman Watts Ladd (July 15, 1878 - June 3, 1939) was an American sculptor in Manchester, Massachusetts, who devoted her time throughout World War I to soldiers who were disfigured."
● Reconstructing History: Anna Coleman Ladd, the Mask Artist of World War I by Jake Rossen, Mental Floss, July 26, 2019. "All told, Ladd spent 11 months in Paris ... Considering how much time each one took Ladd and her four-person staff, it was a staggering amount of productivity, with roughly nine masks churned out every month. When the war concluded, she returned to Boston to pick up her commercial sculpting career. She was made a Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor for her war service in 1932. She died in 1939 in California at the age of 60, just three years after retiring."
First World War Cenotaph Research, Galleries Photographs - Lest We Forget: Posters and Photographs from Getty Images.
First World War.com: The War to End All Wars. Excellent site. The purpose of this website is to provide an overview of the First World War. Contents: How It Began, The Battles, Who's Who, Summary Timeline, Encyclopedia, On This Day, Propaganda Posters, Vintage Audio (includes such famous tunes as It's a Long Way to Tipperary), Photos and Footage, Weapons of War, The War in the Air, Prose and Poetry, Memoirs and Diaries, Primary Documents, Featured Articles, Battlefield Tours, and War on the Web.
From Gallipoli to Ukraine, newly colourised images show soldiers around the globe performing their duty in the face of adversity during World War One by Jack Newman for Mailonline, Apr 23, 2021. "The harsh realities of World War One for soldiers around the world have been brought into sharp focus in a series of vivid colourised photographs. Images show British soldiers at a captured trench pointing at a sign that says 'old hun line', Indian cavalry after their charge at the Somme in 1916, and an Irish soldier in a trench in Mesopotamia.
Other striking pictures show Canadian soldiers in the Battle of Amiens in 1918, the second wave of Russian troops waiting to go over the top in Ukraine in 1917 and the Lancashire Fusiliers on a boat at Gallipoli in 1915.
The original black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by Welsh electrician Royston Leonard, 56, from Cardiff. He said: 'We need to remember the lost generation from all parts of the world. Look how young they are and realise we can never let this happen again ...'"
● MUD AND HORROR Grim reality of life in the First World War trenches brought to life in incredible 100-year-old colourised photos by Nika Shakhnazarova, The Sun, 21 Sep 2018. The original black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by Welsh electrician Royston Leonard. Incredible images show British soldiers at captured trenches, as well as on horses and bicycles. Royston said that the images show soldiers from all parts of the world doing their duty and making the best of it.
The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century from Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Contents include: Prologue - Introduction to the Great War, War Index (A-Z by topic), Popup Glossary, Educational Resources, WWI Timeline from Pre-1914 to Post-1919, Maps and Battles of World War I, The Shaping of the 21st Century includes World Terrorism, Bosnia and Rwanda Genocide, European Union, etc. and Historian Comentaries.
A Guide to World War I Materials from the Library of Congress. Compiled by Kenneth Drexler, Digital Reference Specialist. Digital collections contain material related to World War I, including photographs, documents, newspapers, films, sheet music, and sound recordings, plus related web links.
The National World War One Museum from Wikipedia. National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial, designated by Congress as the Official World War I Museum, is a new state of the art complex, which uses highly-interactive technology to bring history to life.
The World War I Document Archive. This archive of primary documents from World War I has been assembled by volunteers of the World War I Military History List.
The Nazis Knew My Name. Book review by Stephen Gibbs, Daily Mail, Australia, Sep. 11, 2021. Prisoners were known by their numbers in Auschwitz-Birkenau - Magda's was 2318 - or 'dreiundzwanzig achtzehn' in German - but some of the senior SS came to address her by name, hence the book's title. This book tells the story of how a brave Holocaust survivor used her position to manipulate the most feared Nazi psychopaths including the Hyena of Auschwitz and Beast of Belsen to save thousands of Jewish women from the gas chambers. Magda Hellinger survived three years in the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps. In May 1943, Magda was made 'blockälteste' of Block 10 in the main Auschwitiz camp where Dr Eduard Wirths conducted pseudo-scientific experiments on female inmates. As the 'prisoner functionary' of Block 10, Magda was tasked with organising other Jewish inmates. She was eventually made 'lagerälteste' (camp leader), responsible for 30,000 Jewish women.
The Nazis Knew My Name: A Story Of Survival And Courage In Auschwitz | Studio 10. YouTube video, 8:59 min. Published by Studio 10, Aug 31, 2021.
An Alfred Hitchcock documentary on the Nazi Holocaust. YouTube video, 53:01 min. Published by Israel's Voice, Dec 19, 2014. A film the British Government deemed too grisly for release after World War II - has received its public debut on British television. "Documentary shedding further light on reports that the Nazis' systematic genocide against Jewish Europeans was even more widespread than initially thought ..." Viewer discretion: The above documentary video is most disturbing.
● Hitchcock Nazi documentary is premiered. YouTube video, 2:22 min. Published by Al Jazeera English, Feb 12, 2014.
● The kidnapping campaign of Nazi Germany | DW Documentary. YouTube video, 42:25 min. Published by DW Documentary, Mar 11, 2020. "On orders from Heinrich Himmler, the Nazis abducted children from Poland for forced Germanization. Hermann Lüdeking, Jozef Sowa and Alodia Witaszek have never met, but they shared the same fate. Tears still come to Jozef Sowa's eyes when he talks about his life. His parents were murdered by Wehrmacht soldiers in Poland in 1943, and he and his four siblings were taken to Germany. Four of them managed to return to Poland. But his younger sister Janina was given up for adoption ..."
● Victim of Nazi twin experiments in Auschwitz | DW Documentary. YouTube video, 42:25 min. Published by DW Documentary, Jan 26, 2020. "Eva Mozes Kor was experimented on as one of Dr. Josef Mengele's twins at Auschwitz. After decades of anguish, she decided to forgive the Nazis - and came to be one of the best-known and most-active Holocaust survivors in the world.
At the age of 10, Eva Mozes Kor became a victim of Josef Mengele, the doctor at the Auschwitz concentration camp notorious for his barbaric experiments on twins. Eva and her twin sister Miriam lost both of their parents and two older sisters in the Holocaust; only Eva and Miriam survived ..."
● When a former Nazi meets a Holocaust survivor. YouTube video, 7:54 min. Published by Jewish Journal, Aug 10, 2017. "What happens when a Holocaust survivor and former Hitler Youth Leader meet for the first time? Erika Jacoby, 89, and Ursula Martens, 88, find out."
All European Life Died in Auschwitz by Sebastian Vilar Rodrigez of Spain.
Amazing 1940's America WWII - PowerPoint Presentation.
The American Experience: America and the Holocaust. About the film: America and the Holocaust, Kurt Klein's Story, Timeline 1933-1940, Maps of the Holocaust, People & Events including details on: Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, Adolf Eichmann, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Will Rogers, Jr., Bermuda Conference, "Kristallnacht", and more.
The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II: A Collection of Primary Sources from National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 162, edited by William Burr.
The Auschwitz Album. More details on The Auschwitz Album: The Story of a Transport from Holocaust Survivors' Network. Historic Holocaust photographs with commentary by Oliver Lustig, born Nov. 4, 1926, a Birkenau-Auschwitz and Dachau Holocaust Survivor. Text in English and Romanian.
An Auschwitz Alphabet. Alphabet represents Jonathan Blumen's selection of the most significant facets of life and death in Auschwitz. In 26 "slices", he has attempted to illustrate the entire human landscape of the camp: Who killed and who died? How did people survive? What happened to the language they spoke? What rules governed the perpetrators and their victims? Where was God?
Auschwitz through the lens of the SS: Photos of Nazi leadership at the camp from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. View video with comments on some of the photographs as well as an interactive photo gallery of 146 photos.
Canadian War Museum Collection. Exhibitions. Military History.
Canadian War Poster Collection from McGill University Library Digital Collections. "Holdings of the Print Collection in the Rare Books and Special Collections Division include some 250 Canadian posters from the two World Wars.
Site contains basic descriptions and images of each poster, an artist index, a search facility, and an essay about Canadian War Posters ... search by World War, by Category, by Artist, or by keyword. Results of search are displayed as thumbnail images. Click on a thumbnail to obtain a larger image and a full description. Each description includes: poster ID number and title or lead text; date, artist, and publisher, when known; size, and appropriate notes ...
Whether a poster encouraged the purchase of Victory Bonds or discouraged talk of Allied troop movements, its mission was to convey a specific message that could be interpreted only one way ... In the First World War, posters were beset with text, while Second World War posters more effectively used emphatic slogans and intense graphics.
Canadian war posters were produced for a specific audience and for specific purposes. They were not meant to be archival or historical documents, but because of their time and place specificity they have become an important resource through which today's researchers and interested public can explore aspects of wartime life. Canadian war posters present the modern viewer with seemingly dated and distant images, yet they convey both the intensity and the immediacy of a by-gone era."
Experiencing War (War's End: VE Day, VJ Day). Stories from the Veterans History Project - Personal narratives by veterans from all wars including World War II. View: A - Z List of All Stories, ALL individual theme pages, Search Veterans History Project database, ALL veterans/civilians with digital collections, ALL POWs with digital collections.
Exploring the Japanese American Internment Through Film & the Internet. It happened in America ... February 19, 1942. "President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 authorizing the mass incarceration of over 110,000 Japanese Americans during World War II. Two-thirds were American citizens. Over half were children or infants. Their 'crime': their Japanese ancestry."
Hitler's Secret Archive. Scott Pelley brings three Holocaust survivors to examine a recently-opened archive of Nazi atrocities. The records were kept secret for decades.
The Holocaust: A Learning Site for Students from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Organized by theme, this site uses text, historical photographs, maps, images of artifacts, and audio clips to provide an overview of the Holocaust. Includes Music of the Holocaust: Highlights from the collection - Songs of the ghettos, concentration camps, and World War II partisan outposts, Written in Hiding, Kristallnacht: The November 1938 Pogroms, and other resources.
Holocaust Denial. "Holocaust denial is a propaganda movement active in the United States, Canada and Western Europe which seeks to deny the reality of the Nazi regime's systematic mass murder of 6 million Jews in Europe during World War II." What is the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH)? History of Holocaust Denial from Jewish Virtual Library.
Holocaust Encyclopedia: Warsaw - Historical overview of the Holocaust in Warsaw, Poland where the Warsaw Ghetto was established in 1940.
An Overview of the Holocaust: Topics to Teacher. Recommended resources and topics if you have limited time to teach about the Holocaust.
Introduction to the Holocaust: What Is Genocide?
The Holocaust Exhibition. Links from Imperial War Museum. Include: Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service; Anne Frank Educational Trust, London; BBC History Online - The Holocaust; Beth Hatefutsoth, Tel Aviv; Ghetto Fighters House, Israel; Manchester Jewish Museum; Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York; Nizkor Project; United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington; Yad Vashem, Israel; and others.
Images of War "showcases the Melhuish Collection of Second World War Canadian, British and American propaganda posters from the collection of the Region of Peel Archives. Visitors can view this important collection online, which highlights the issues of war as expressed on the home front, and consider both their artistic and political designs."
Japanese Sign Final Surrender - September 2, 1945. Documentary film from United News. YouTube video, 8:37 min.
Japanese Sign Final Surrender. YouTube video, 8:37 min. This documentary film from United News shows the surrender ceremony on board the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945.
Propaganda. Explore this special exhibition: State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda to learn the Nazis' sophisticated propaganda campaigns and their legacy, from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Screen Heroes. PowerPoint presentation of What a Wonderful World: Popular TV Shows in 1940s, 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, plus What Happened to the WW II Movie Stars? ". . . the real actors of yester-year loved the United States. They had both class and integrity. With the advent of World War II, many of our actors went to fight rather than stand and rant against this country we all love. They gave up their wealth, position and fame to become service men and women, many as simple 'enlisted men'."
"This page lists but a few, but from this group of only 18 men came over 70 medals in honor of their valor, spanning from Bronze Stars, Silver Stars, Distinguish Service Cross, Purple Hearts, and one Congressional Medal of Honor . . . I would like to remind the people of what the entertainers of 1943 were doing. (Some 68 years ago)."
Among the patriotic actors listed are: Alec Guinness, James Doohan ("Scotty" on Star Trek), Donald Pleasance, David Niven, James Stewart, Clark Gable, Charlton Heston, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Durning, Charles Bronson, George C. Scott, Eddie Albert, Brian Keith, Lee Marvin, John Russell, Robert Ryan (U. S. Marine who served with the O.S.S. in Yugoslavia), Tyrone Power and Audie Murphy.
See also What a Wonderful World from Screencast.com, and Screen Heros [sic] from slideshare.net.
The Second World War - World War II. Multimedia Histories from eHistory at OSU - Ohio State University. Contents: The War Begins, Major Battles, People & Powers, Conferences, Timeline, At War's End.
Simon Wiesenthal Center - Moriah Films. Film Library.
The Archives is a repository for primary source material, including over 14,000 photographs, thousands of documents, diaries, correspondence, artifacts and memorabilia, and artwork. COMING SOON! NEW Digital Archives. [Not ready yet, May 9, 2021]
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust. Massive site with valuable resources. Content presented from three perspectives: Timeline, People, and The Arts. Site Map and Index.
Voices of the Holocaust. A documentary project by Illinois Institute of Technology. Provides primary source material. Listen to voices of the Holocaust survivors in 70 of the original 109 interviews conducted in 1946 and transcribed into English by Dr. David Boder. You can hear the actual voices of the survivors, and at the same time, see the English transcript for every sound uttered (minimize your audio screen to display the transcript). Survivors interviewed included both men and women from all walks of life.
The War: A Ken Burns Film from PBS. Film directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. The War is the story of the Second World War through personal accounts of a handful of men and women from four American towns.
The World at War, History of WW 1939-1945 - A Military Historical Website. Includes WWII Pages: Archives and Documents, Biography of Adolf Hitler, Biography of Chiang Kai-Shek, and of The Red Baron: Rittmeister Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen plus details by years 1889-1932- 1932-1939, 1939 to 1945.
[WW2 Student Movie] Rifles of The Regiment (Part 1 of 3). YouTube video, 7:00 min. [WW2 Student Movie] Rifles of The Regiment (Part 2 of 3). YouTube video, 7:40 min. [WW2 Student Movie] Rifles of The Regiment (Part 3 of 3). YouTube video, 8:34 min. 10th Grade English Project LABHS Group (Los Angeles Baptist High School).
World War II Poster Collection. The Government Publications Department at Northwestern University Library has a comprehensive collection of over 300 posters issued by U.S. Federal agencies from the onset of war through 1945. Search All Posters by Date, by Title, or by Topic.
World War Two from BBC History. Contents include: Timeline, Historic Figures: Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, Franklin Roosevelt, A View of the Holocaust, Women Under Fire in World War Two, and many other topics.
Apology to Japanese Canadians-September 22, 1988. YouTube video, 4:31 min.
Canadian Japanese Internment Camps. YouTube video, 4:10 min.
The Internment of the Japanese during World War II from Histori.ca, Peace and Conflict Series.Historical Context: "Just before World War II, British Columbia had about 21,000 Japanese-Canadian citizens, 75% of whom had citizenship status. They had come from Japan during a wave of immigration spanning 50 years, between the end of the 19th and the early 20th centuries. However, they faced much xenophobia, racism, and discrimination."
Japanese Canadian internment from Wikipedia. "Japanese Canadian internment refers to confinement of Japanese Canadians in British Columbia during World War II. The internment began in January 1942, following the attack by carrier-borne forces of Imperial Japan on American naval and army facilities at Pearl Harbor."
Japanese Canadian Internment | Narrated by David Suzuki. YouTube video, 11:15 min.
Japanese Internment: British Columbia wages war against Japanese Canadians from CBC.ca.
Japanese Internment Camps from Yesnet, Yukon Education Student Network.
UPDATED:APR 27, 2021ORIGINAL:OCT 29, 2009 Japanese Internment Camps by History.com Editors, updated Apr 27, 2021.
Japanese Internment During World War II by Alexandra Bailey, from Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta.
The Path of Persistence by David Scott, with notes from Dr. Masashi Kawasaki, from Western's Alumni Magazine, Winter 2013, pp. 34-35. More About Dr. Masashi Kawasaki's Background and Career in Medicine by Dr. Masashi Kawasaki, from Western's Alumni Magazine, Winter 2013.