Fair Trade?: A Look at the Hanseatic League

Replica of a 15th century Hanseatic ship. Lisa von Lübeck - Photo by Doris Schütz (Wikipedia)

In the 14th century, an ongoing feud ensued between the Hanseatic League and non-Hanse merchants. Here’s a quick look at the rise and fall of the one of the most powerful organizations of the Late Middle Ages.

Exhibit: Magna Carta Through the Ages at the Society of Antiquaries of London

The Black Book of Peterborough. Photo by Medievalists.net

If you’re passing through London and want something to do that is very quick, free, and historical, check out this great little Magna Carta exhibit at Burlington House hosted by the Society of Antiquaries of London.

History of the Ancient World


HistoryoftheAncientWorld.com focuses on some of the civilizations from around the world prior to the year 1000. You can find news, articles, videos and more about the Ancient Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, Persians, Mayans, Chinese and even prehistoric peoples.

Early Modern England


EarlyModernEngland.com covers the history of England from the late fifteenth century to the end of the Victorian Era.

American Civil War


Our website www.americancivilwar.ca covers the war that took place between 1861 to 1865 in the United States, when the southern American states tried to secede and form the Confederate States of America

The War of 1812

The War of 1812

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of this conflict, we have created TheWarof1812.net.

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