Wednesday, 5 December 2007

Freepedia Homepage http://www.freepedia.co.uk/default.php

Travel Guide http://www.freepedia.co.uk/travelguide.php

Poets, Novelists, Playwrights & Essayists http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWwritersD.php

Freepedia Travel Directory

We are developing a Freepedia Travel Directory. We will be researching holiday destinations all over the world from the Channel Islands to Australia. These pages will provide a comprehensive list of places to visit, historical sites, beaches, activities, tours and daytrips. It will also cover travel and accommodation, show holiday video clips and recommended guide books. You can also find links to forums that can answer any holiday questions you may have.

Below are the areas we have covered so far.
Index Page
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/travelguide.php

UK
Fishbourne Roman Palace
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelFishbourne.php

Corfe Village, Dorset
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelCorfe.php

Channel Islands
Jersey
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/Traveljersey.php
Jersey for children
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/Traveljerseychildren.php
Guernsey, Herm and Sark
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/Travelguernsey.php
Guernsey for children
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelguernseyChildren.php

France
Paris
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/Travelparis.php
Paris for children
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/Travelparisforchildren.php
Aquitaine
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelFranceAquitaine.php

Canary Islands
Tenerife, Gomera, Hierro and La Palma
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/Traveltenerife.php
Lanzarote
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelLanzarote.php

Balearic Islands
Menorca
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/Travelmenorca.php

Sicily
Palermo
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGSYpalermo.php
Monreale
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGSYmonreale.php
Syracuse
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGSYsyracuse.php
Taormina
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGSYtaormina.php
Piazza Armerina: Roman Villa of Casale Morgantina
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGSYcasale.php
Valley of the Temples
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGSYtemples.php

Australia
Alice Springs
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGAUalicesprings.php
Uluru: Ayers Rock
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGAUayersrock.php
MacDonnell Ranges
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGAUmacDonnell.php
Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGAUcairns.php
Kuranda
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGAUkuranda.php
Daintree Rainforest
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TGAUdaintree.php
Sydney
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelSydney.php
Melbourne
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelMelbourne.php
Canberra
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelCanberra.php
Perth
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelPerth.php

Africa
Zimbabwe
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/TravelZimbabwe.php

Tuesday, 4 December 2007

Directory Poets, Novelists, Playwrights and Essayists

I have started a directory of Documentary Photographers. The directories provide web links to the author's biographies, articles, student resources, books, video clips and forums.

Lewis Hine
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPhotoHine.php
Jacob Riis
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPhotoRiis.php
John Heartfield
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPhotoHeartfield.php
Don McCullin
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPhotoMcCullin.php
SebastiĆ£o Salgado
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPhotoSalgado.php

I have completed a directory of 18th, 19th and 20th Century Poets, Novelists, Playwrights and Essayists. The directories provide web links to the author's biographies, articles, student resources, books and forums.
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWwritersD.php

19th Century Poets, Playwrights & Essayists
Lord Byron
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPRbyron.php
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJcoleridge.php
Thomas Carlyle
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJcarlyle.php
William Godwin
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPRgodwin.php
William Hazlitt
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPRhazlitt.php
Leigh Hunt
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPRleigh.php
Douglas Jerrold
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJjerrold.php
Charles Lamb
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJlamb.php
Henry Mayhew
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJmayhew.php
George Bernard Shaw
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJshaw.php
Percy Bysshe Shelley
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPRshelley.php
Richard Sheridan
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPRsheridan.php
George Sims
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJsims.php
Robert Southey
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJsouthey.php
William Thackeray
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJthackeray.php
Oscar Wilde
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJwilde.php
William Wordsworth
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJwordsworth.php

18th & 19th Century Novelists

Charlotte Bronte
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJbronte.php
Daniel Defoe
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJdefoe.php
Charles Dickens
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRPRdickens.php
Henry Fielding
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJfielding.php
Elizabeth Gaskell
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJgaskell.php
Thomas Hardy
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJhardy.php
Thomas Hughes
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRREhughes.php
Charles Kingsley
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRREkingsley.php
Emma Orczy
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWorczy.php
Olive Schreiner
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRTUschreiner.php
Walter Scott
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJscott.php
William Thackeray
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJthackeray.php
Frances Trollope
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRIRtrollope.php
Mary Humphry Ward
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWward.php

20th Century Poets, Novelists & Essayists

Richard Aldington
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWaldington.php
W. H. Auden
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPauden.php
Enid Bagnold
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWbagnold.php
Samuel Beckett
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRbeckett.php
Arnold Bennett
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJbennett.php
John Bernal
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJbernal.php
Laurence Binyon
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWbinyon.php
Robert Blatchford
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJblatchford.php
Edward Blunden
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWblunden.php
Mary Borden
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWborden.php
Vera Brittain
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJbrittain.php
Rupert Brooke
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJbrooke.php
John Buchan
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJbuchan.php
James Cameron
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJcameronJ.php
May Wedderburn Cannan
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWcannan.php
Thomas Carlyle
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJcarlyle.php
Christopher Caudwell
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPcaudwell.php
G. K. Chesterton
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJchesterton.php
Agatha Christie
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRChristie.php
Cyril Connolly
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPconnollyC.php
John Cornford
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPcornford.php
Nancy Cunard
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWcunard.php
Norman Douglas
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRdouglas.php
Arthur Conan Doyle
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJconan.php
T. S. Eliot
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJeliot.php
William Empson
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJempson.php
Ian Fleming
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSSfleming.php
Ford Madox Ford
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJmadox.php
E. M. Forster
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJforsterEM.php
John Galsworthy
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJgalsworthy.php
Robert Graves
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJgraves.php
Graham Greene
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJgreene.php
Walter Greenwood
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJgreenwoodW.php
Julian Grenfell
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJgrenfell.php
Ivor Gurney
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWgurney.php
John Haldane
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPhaldane.php
Thomas Hardy
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJhardy.php
Alfred Edward Housman
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJhousman1.php
Laurence Housman
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJhousman.php
Aldous Huxley
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJhuxley.php
Storm Jameson
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWjameson.php
James Joyce
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRjoyce.php
Rudyard Kipling
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJkipling.php
Arthur Koestler
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPkoestler.php
D. H. Lawrence
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJlawrenceDH.php
John Le Carre
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRScarre.php
Laurie Lee
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPlee.php
Marie Belloc Lowndes
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWlowndes.php
Rose Macaulay
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWmacaulay.php
Hugh MacDiarmid
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJmacdiarmid.php
Compton Mackenzie
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJmackenzie.php
W. Somerset Maugham
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJmaugham.php
Alice Meynell
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWmeynell.php
Naomi Mitchison
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWmitchison.php
Jessica Mitford
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPmitford.php
Nancy Mitford
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRmitfordN.php
C. E. Montague
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJmontague.php
George Moore
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRmoore.php
William Morris
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJmorris.php
Malcom Muggeridge
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSSmuggeridge.php
Edith Nesbit
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRTUnesbit.php
George Orwell
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJorwell.php
Wilfred Owen
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJowen1.php
Jessica Mitford
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPmitford.php
J. B. Priestley
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJpriestley.php
Herbert Read
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWread.php
Isaac Rosenberg
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJrosenberg.php
Vita Sackville-West
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJrosenberg.php
Siegfried Sassoon
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJsassoon.php
George Bernard Shaw
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJshaw.php
Charles Sorley
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWsorley.php
Stephen Spender
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRSPspender.php
Edward Thomas
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWthomas.php
Robert Tressell
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJtressell.php
Mary Humphry Ward
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWward.php
H. G. Wells
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJwells.php
Raymond Williams
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRHISwilliamsR.php
Humbert Wolfe
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWwolfe.php
Leonard Woolf
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRTUwoolf.php
Virginia Woolf
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJwoolf.php
W B. Yeats
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRJyeats.php

21st Century Poets, Novelists & Essayists
Saul Bellow
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRBellow.php
Patrick Gale
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRGale.php
Khaled Hosseini
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRHosseini.php
John Updike
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRUpdike.php
Philip Roth
http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRWRRoth.php

Wednesday, 25 July 2007

Freepedia

Freepedia

http://www.freepedia.co.uk/

This includes a directory of important Poets, Novelists, Playwrights and Essayists

http://www.freepedia.co.uk/DIRFWWwritersD.php

Spartacus Educational

Established in September 1997, the Spartacus Educational website provides a series of history encyclopaedias. Titles currently include British History: 1750-1960, United States: 1840-1980, First World War, Second World War, English Civil War, The Tudors, Making of the United Kingdom, The Medieval World, Russia: 1860-1945, The Cold War, Watergate, The Assassination of JFK, American West, American Civil War, Germany: 1900-1945, France: 1900-1945, Football: 1000 – 1950, etc. Entries usually include a narrative, illustrations and primary sources. The text within each entry is linked to other relevant pages in the encyclopaedia. In this way it is possible to research individual people and events in great detail. The sources are also hyper-linked so the student is able to find out about the writer, artist, newspaper and organization that produced the material.

Encyclopaedia of British History: 1700-1960 (2,457 entries)http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Britain.html

The encyclopaedia currently contains 2,445 entries and is an attempt to show the history of Britain through the eyes of people from all levels of society. This is a reference work that provides as much information about Marie Corbett as it does about Queen Victoria; where Henry Hetherington's life is examined in the same sort of detail as that of the Duke of Wellington. The encyclopaedia is being created in sections (entries in parenthesis): Emancipation of Women (114), Textile Industry (148), Entrepreneurs (80), Religion (122), Trade Unions (70), Socialism (178), Members of Parliament: (216), Peterloo (78), Parliamentary Reform (114), Chartism (66), Scotland (60), Education (102), Slavery (158), Prime Ministers (33), Child Labour (94), Parliamentary Legislation (74), London in the 19th Century (38), Political Parties and Election Results (42), Engineers (34), Railways (116), Artists & Architects (82), Cartoonists (98), Poets & Novelists (72), Theatre (24), Poverty, Health and Housing (26), Towns & Cities (40), Journalists (100), Newspapers & Magazines (38) and Publishers (50).

Encyclopaedia of the First World War (923 entries)http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/FWW.htm

The encyclopaedia is being created in sections (entries in parenthesis). So far the following sections are available: Chronology (1), Outbreak of War (22), Countries (22), Allied Armed Forces (32), Important Battles (34), Technology (10), Political Leaders (94), British Home Front (20), Military Leaders (58), Life in the Trenches (24), Trench System (22), Trench War (18), Soldiers (44), War Heroes (12), Medals (8), War at Sea (24), War in the Air (48), Pilots (28), Aircraft (30), War Artists (34), Cartoonists and Illustrators (90), War Poets (16), Journalists (28), Newspapers and Journals (16), Novelists (36), Women at War (56), Women's Organisations (14), Weapons & War Machines (42), Inventors and the War (12) Theatres of War (6) and War Statistics (18).

Encyclopaedia of the United States: 1840-1980 (1890 entries)http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USA.htm

An organic encyclopaedia on the USA between 1840-1980. The encyclopaedia is being created in sections. So far the following sections are available: American Civil War (262), Political Figures (170), Political Events (62), Slavery (156), Women's Suffrage (116), Business Leaders (54), Scientists (20), Supreme Court Judges (18), Trade Unions (68), Journalists (84), Newspapers & Magazines (36), European Immigration (270), Artists and Illustrators (28), Cartoonists (56), Photographers (50), Novelists & Poets (58), the First World War (86), Crime & Criminals (26), McCarthyism (110), Roosevelt and the New Deal (56), and the Struggle for Civil Rights (246).

Encyclopaedia of the Second World War
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/2WW.htm

A comprehensive encyclopaedia of the Second World War. So far there are sections on: Background to the War; Nazi Germany, Chronology of the War, Political Leaders, European Diplomacy, Major Offensives, British Military Leaders, USA Military Leaders, German Military Leaders, Japanese Military Leaders, The Armed Forces, The Air War, The Resistance, Scientists & Inventors, War at Sea, Resistance in Nazi Germany, The Holocaust, War Artists, Weapons and New Technology.

Assassination of President Kennedy Encyclopaedia
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKindex.htm

A detailed look at the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. There are biographies of 328 people involved in the case: Major Figures (84), Important Witnesses (66), Investigators, Researchers and Journalists (112) and Possible Conspirators (132). Other sections include: Reports (4), Organizations and Operations (26) and Key Issues (4). The website also looks at the possibility that different organizations such as the Mafia, CIA, FBI, Secret Service, KGB and the John Birch Society might have been involved in the planning of the assassination. Other possibilities such as anti-Castro activists, Texas oil millionaires and the Warren Commission's lone-gunman theory are also looked at. The website has an activity section and a forum where students and teachers can enter into debate with the author of the material, other investigators and witnesses to the events of 1963.

The American West (384 entries)http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAamericanwest.htm

A comprehensive encyclopaedia of the American West. So far there are sections on Explorers (12), Frontiersmen, Mountain Men and Fur Trappers (20), Criminals and Outlaws (34), Soldiers (30), Migrants and Settlers (12), Cattlemen and Cowboys (12), Judges and Lawmen (30), Politicians (10), Women and the Wild West (16), Inventors and Businessmen (10) Artists and Writers (12), Native Americans Leaders (18), Events and Issues (64), Trails and Places (10), Native American Tribes (26), Forts, Towns and Cities (28), Guns, Clothes and Equipment (20), Animals and Wild Life (20). Most entries contain a narrative, illustrations and primary sources. The text within each entry is hypertexted to other relevant pages in the encyclopaedia. In this way it is possible to research individual people and events in great detail.

Cold War Encyclopaedia
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/ColdWar.htm

As well as 160 biographies there are 74 articles on subjects such as the Atomic Bomb, Berlin Wall, Bay of Pigs, Comintern, Cuban Missile Crisis, Domino Theory, Federal Republic of Germany, German Democratic Republic, Hallstein Doctrine, Hungarian Uprising, Korean War, Marshall Aid, McCarthyism, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Nuclear Arms Race, Ostpolitik, Perestroika, Prague Spring, Solidarnosc, Schuman Plan, Truman Doctrine, U-2 Crisis, Vietnam War and the Warsaw Pact.

Tudor Encyclopaedia
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Tudors.htm

A collection of articles on the Tudor period. As well as 42 biographies there are articles on the Battle of Bosworth, Act of Union, Agriculture and Enclosures, Anglicans and Puritans, The Babington Plot, Catholics and Protestants, Elizabethan Theatre, Elizabeth and Marriage, Henry VIII and the Pope, Kett Rebellion, Poverty in Tudor England, The Protestant Reformation, Pilgrimage of Grace, The Ridolfi Plot, The Spanish Armada, Sports and Pastimes, The Throckmorton Plot, Tobacco in Tudor England, Tudor Artists, Tudor Heretics, Tudor Monasteries, Tudor Parliaments, Tudor Wales and the Tyndale Bible.

British History: 1600-1750
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Stuarts.htm

British History from 1600 to 1750. As well as 112 biographies there are articles on important events (The Civil War, Cromwell’s Commonwealth, Glorious Revolution, Great Fire of London, Gunpowder Plot, Jacobite Rebellion, Pride’s Purge, Putney Debates, Restoration, Rye House Plot, Ship Money, Test Acts); religious and political groups (Anabaptists, Anglicans, Baptists, Congregationalists, Diggers, Fifth Monarchists, Independents, Levellers, Presbyterians, Puritans, Quakers, Tories and Whigs); and military groups and battles (Cavaliers, Culloden, Edgehill, Marston Moor, Naseby, Newbury, New Model Army, Roundheads, Roundway Down).

Vietnam War
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/vietnam.html

This website provides a detailed account of the Vietnam War. There is also an interview area where 12 Vietnam veterans are willing to answer questions from students on their experiences of the war. As well as thirty biographies of individuals who played an important role in the conflict there are entries for Buddhism, Cambodia and Laos, Chemical Warfare, Dien Bien Phu, Domino Theory, Eisenhower Doctrine, Guerrilla Warfare, Gulf of Tonkin, Ho Chi Minh Trail, Mass Media and the War, My Lai, National Liberation Front, Negotiated Peace, Operation Rolling Thunder, Strategic Hamlet Programme, Tet Offensive, Vietnam Protest Movement, Vietnam Revolutionary League and Vietnamization.

The Emancipation of Women: 1750-1920
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/women.htm

A comprehensive encyclopaedia of how British women got the vote. Each entry contains a narrative, illustrations and primary sources. The text within each entry is hypertexted to other relevant pages in the encyclopedia. In this way it is possible to research individual people and events in great detail. The sources are also hypertexted so the student is able to find out about the writer, artist, newspaper, organization, etc., that produced the material. So far there are sections on: omen in the 19th Century (Schooling, Marriage, Industrial Work, Careers & Professions, University Education, Birth Control), Pressure Groups, Strategy and Tactics and Parliamentary Reform Acts.

Black People in Britain
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/BlackPeople.htm

A collection of biographies of black people who lived in Britain. This includes John Alcindor, Ira Aldridge, John Archer, Francis Barber, Manchererjee Bhownaggree, George Bridgetower, Learie Constantine, William Cuffay, Offobah Cugoano, William Davidson, Celestine Edwards, Olaudah Equiano, Marcus Garvey, C. L. R. James, Claude McKay, Tom Molineaux, Harold Moody, Dadabhai Naoroji, George Padmore, James Peters, Bill Richmond, Paul Robeson, Shapurji Saklatvala, Innatius Sancho, Mary Seacole, Samuel Coleridge Taylor, Walter Tull, Robert Wedderburn, Arthur Wharton and Sylvester Williams.

Encyclopaedia of Russia: 1860-1990 (300 entries)http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Russia.htm

A comprehensive encyclopaedia on Russia. So far there are sections on: Events and Issues, 1860-1914 (22); Revolutionary Philosophers (8); Russian Revolutionaries, 1860-1910 (32); Russian Political and Military Figures: 1860-1920 (34); Events and Issues in Russia, 1914-20 (18); Russian Revolutionaries: 1914-20 (64); Political Groups and Organizations (12), Foreign Witnesses of the Revolution (18), Newspapers and Journals (6), Russian Literature (24), Soviet Union: 1920-1945 (20), Soviet Union: 1945-1990 (16) and Political Figures: 1945-1990 (14).

Germany: 1900-45 (452 entries)
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Germany.htm

A comprehensive encyclopaedia of Germany. So far there are sections on the First World War (82), German Art (18), German Scientists (26), Weimar Republic (16), Political Parties (8), Political Leaders : 1900-1930 (42), Foreign Policy: 1930-40 (12), Military Leaders (42), Nazi Germany (34), Nazi Political Leaders (74), German Resistance to Nazism (52), Holocaust (46).

Encyclopaedia of France: 1900-45
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/France.htm

The encyclopaedia is being created in sections. So far the following sections are available: Military Leaders: 1900-1920, France and the First World War, French Armed Forces: 1914-18, French Politicians: 1920-1945, Military Leaders: 1920-1945, French Politicians: 1945-1970, France and the Second World War, French Armed Forces: 1939-45 and the French Resistance.

Spanish Civil War (246)
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Spanish-Civil-War.htm

A comprehensive encyclopaedia of the Spanish Civil War. There are sections on: Main Events and Issues (10), Political Organizations (16), Military Organizations (24), Important Battles (12), Biographies: Spanish (56), Biographies: Foreign Participants and Observers (96), International Leaders and the Civil War (22) and Individual Countries and the Spanish Civil War (10).

Encyclopaedia of Association Football
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/ENCfootball.htm

A detailed encyclopaedia on the history of Association Football. It has been produced primarily for students in schools and colleges. Entries include: Alcohol and Football, Amateur Football, Black Footballers, Corruption Cases, Early History of Football, England Internationals, FA Cup Competition, Football and the First World War, Floodlit Football, Football Association, Football Cigarette Cards, Football Deaths, Football Kits, Football League, Football League War Cup, Football Rules, Football and Trade Unionism, Goalkeeping, Goalscorers, International Football, Irish Football, Irish Football Association, Irish Internationals, Ladies Football Association, Managers and Coaches, Munitionettes, Professional Football, Public Schools, Racism, Radio and Football, Railways and Football, Referee, Scottish Football, Scottish Football Association, Scottish League, Scottish Players in England, Scotland Internationals, Sheffield Association, Southern League, Second World War, Tactics and Formation, Television and Football, Tobacco and Football, Transfer System, Wages, Welsh Football, Wales Internationals, Women's Football Association, Women and Football and the World Cup. There are also detailed histories of several football clubs including Manchester United, Preston North Wnd, Blackburn Rovers and West Ham United.