General Useful Links

Some general useful links for A Level historians

British History online

Reading Historical Association

The History and Policy Organisation

University of Reading – Department of Archaeology – Silchester project

Mr Ross’ site – I Love History website

Mr Podesta’s One Damn Thing website

Mr Podesta’s Italy website

Historian Richard Baxell’s website

BBC Radio 4 – Making History website

John Guy’s website – follow the link through to for his lecture notes

Sempringham eLearning Resources

A History of the World – in 100 objects

The Cartoon Museum

Below is the links page from the excellent Making History website. It is a comprehensive list of the various organisations, projects and journals featured elsewhere on their site.

African Studies Association (ASAUK)

Arts and Humanities Research Council

British Academy

British Agricultural History Society

British Association for Local History

British Library

Business Archives Council

Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure

Cambridge Historical Journal

Cambridge Modern History

Centre for Contemporary British History

Centre for English Local History

Centre for Metropolitan History

Centre for Urban History

Chatham House-Royal Institute of International Affairs

Communist Party Historians Group

Courtauld Institute of Art

Cromwell Association

Dictionary of National Biography

Economic History Society

English Heritage

English Historical Review

English Place Name Society

Family Records Centre

Federation of Family History Societies

Fondation Maison des Sciences de L’Homme

Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology

Historical Association

Historical Manuscripts Commission

Historical Research–3471

History & Policy


History of Education Society

History of Parliament

History Today

History Workshop Journal

Institute for Environmental History

Institute of Commonwealth Studies

Institute of Historical Research

International Commission for Historical Demography

International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions

International Federation for Research in Women’s History

London School of Economics

New Cambridge Medieval History

North East Labour History Society

North West Labour History Group

Oral History Society

People’s History Museum

Pipe Roll Society

Royal Economic Society

Royal Historical Society Bibliography

Royal Historical Society

School of Oriental and African Studies

Scottish Labour History Society

Selden Society

Social History Society

Society for the Study of Labour History

Society for the Study of Welsh Labour History

Society of Antiquaries of London

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain

Survey of London

The National Archives

Thoresby Society

Victoria County History

Victorian Society

Warburg Institute

Wellcome Trust

Women’s History Network

Yorkshire Archaeological Society

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