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This resource page will be an aggregate of items that are relevant to our World History class and that students may find useful throughout the course of the school year.


The Ancient World to 5th Century

6th to 15th Centuries

16th to 19th Centuries

1901 to World War II

1945 to Present

The Ancient World to 5th Century

Aegean Region, to 300 BCE

Aegean Region, 185 BCE

Africa, 2500 to 1500 BCE

Africa to CE 500

African Language Families

Alexander in the East

Asoka, Empire of

China, Korea and Japan

China’s Warring States, 245 to 235 BCE

Cyrus II, Empire of


Fertile Crescent, 9000-4500 BCE


Gupta Empire

Han China, circa 100 BCE


India to 500 BCE

Israel and Judah to 733 BCE

Italy and Sicily

Judea, Galilee, Idumea

Mesopotamia to 2500 BCE

Mesoamerica and the Maya


Roman Empire, CE 12

Roman Empire, CE 150

Roman Empire, CE 500

Sargon’s Empire

Sassanid Empire

Shang Civilization, 1200 BCE

West Asia to 1200 BCE

6th to 15th Centuries

Africa to the year 1500

Anglo-Saxon England

Byzantium and the Balkans, CE 650 to 700

Capets, Expanding Rule of, 1031-1285 CE

Caribbean Islands, 1492 to 1500

Charlemagne’s Empire, CE 800

Constantinople and its Walls

East Asia, 1200

East Europe and the Ottoman Empire, 1481

Europe, West Asia and Arabia, to CE 700

Genghis Khan’s Empire, 1227

India in the 700s

Japan and Korea

Muslims, Military exansion by, to CE 1000

Remnants of the Roman Empire, circa CE 500

West-Central Asia

West-Central Europe

16th to 19th Centuries

Afghanistan, India, Burma and the British, 1797 to 1828

Africa to the year 1800

Africa and Arabia, 1835

American Indian Populations

Australia, 1860

Aztec Empire

Aztec Centers in the Valley of Mexico

Canada, 1867 (scroll down)

Canada, 1873

Canada, 1876

Central Europe, 1648

China, Manchuria and Japan

Europe, to 1710

Europeans and Atlantic Coast Indians, to 1700

Eighteenth Century West-Central Europe

Central and Eastern Europe, 1740

Europe, 1848

French Revolution, to 1794

Gadsden Purchase, 1853

Inca Empire

Indonesian Archipelago

Inuit Territory circa 1500 C.E.

Mexico, to 1848

Mughal Empire, 1605

Muscovy and Surrounding Areas, 1533

New Zealand

North American States, Colonies and Territories, 1830

Ottoman Empire, 1566 to 1700

Russia Expands toward the Black Sea, 1725-95

Russian Ruled Poland, 1855

South America, to 1700

Spaniards from Yucatan to Kansas

St. Domingue (Haiti), 1789

Strait of Gibraltar

United States East of the Mississippi, and the Caribbean

1901 to World War War II

Africa, imperial boundaries, 1914

East Asia, 1903 (south to Vietnam and the Philippines)

Europe, 1914

Europe, 1919 to 1938

Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, 1939-42

Gallipoli, the Dardanelles and Bosporus

Gallipoli Peninsula, Landings on, 1915

Germany’s Farthest Advance, 1918

Japan’s Conquests, 1942

Latin America

Leningrad,the Siege of, 1941-44

Turkey, 1924

1945 to 21st Century 

Africa, CE 2000

Canada, the U.S., Greenland, Iceland to 2005


Ethnic Distribution: Pushtun, Punjabi, Baluchi, Sindhi

Europe, 1956

Europe, CE 2000


Israel, to 1950

Korean War

Libya (timeline news)

Middle East, CE 2000

Nations of Africa to 2005

Nations of East Asia and Oceania to 2005

Nations of Europe to 2011

Nations of Latin America to 2005

Nations of the Middle East and Central Asia to 2005

North Africa and the Middle East (timeline news)

Singapore and neighbors (two maps — country profiles)

Taiwan Strait


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