The History Place: A Helpful, Easy-to-Use History Website

Have a paper coming up on something in history? Or just wanted to know who won a certain war? There is an amazing website that is simple to work and simple to understand. TheHistoryPlace.com is an easy to use website that has a vast selection of information.

When first coming to this site you will see three different subjects the United States, World War II, and World History, each of these are broken up into different categories. This site allows you to find exactly what you are looking for effortlessly. Just click on what you are looking for and see again broken down into categories even more specific information on your subject.

For example:

“20th Century Topics ”
� Child Labor in America 1908-1912
o Investigative photos of Lewis W. Hine.
� The Best of Ansel Adams
o 25 majestic scenic photos from 1933-1942.
� Dorothea Lange
o Photos of migratory farm families.
âÂ?¢ Apollo 11 – The First Moon Landing
o “One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” www.TheHistoryPlace.com

On the side of the screen is a list of more categories is you do not see what you need in the three on the page. These categories consist of history of the month. This will tell you all that happened in a particular month of the year. There is a movie review so if you want to take a better look into history. Then there is the speech of the month which shows different speeches written by some of the most famous men in history.

The best part of this site is homework help category. This gives helpful hints on how to write a better history paper. It also gives other websites to help with finding things that are not found on the website.

Overall I think this is a useful site for helping kids who need to learn about history and write papers. This site is easy to use and helpful with its specifics.

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