Making anything that involves archives interesting and entertaining is no mean feat, but Brady Haran pulls this off with Objectivity, our pick of the week.
Martin's History – a blog for people who love history
Unknown Seas: The Portuguese Captains and the Passage to India by Ronald Watkins chronicles the Portuguese exploration of Africa and the search for a sea rout to India in the 15th century.
In his newest video 9 minute video GGP Grey does a speed-run through all British Kings and Queens since the Norman Conquest in 1066.
The Great War is a YouTube channel that is dedicated to show the history of the First World War. Very detailed. Every week. For four years. – Our Pick of the Week.
We have collected six notable quotes about war from historical statesmen, soldiers and authors (amongst them Bismarck, Roosevelt and Clemenceau) and present them in an article and a video.
In the last week we have added a couple of new features and enhancements to the site: E-mail Subscription and much more.
Extra Credits have recently finished their 6th Extra History series about Justinian and Theodora. This series covers one of the most interesting periods in the Byzantine Empire’s 1000 year long history.
Germany: Memories of a Nation is an excellent audio podcast presented by Neil MacGregor. In 30 episodes it covers 600 years of German history. Additionally we look at the book – including a short video review.