A Vision of Britain Through Time
Presents historical statistics across a variety of themes for all areas of the UK. Themes include death, religion, housing, poverty and social class. Also includes census returns and extensive texts from historical travel writers.
Profiles many towns, villages and communities in Britain which were abandoned for one reason or another at some point in our history. Also features poetry and artwok on this theme and examines the psychology of abandonment.
The BBC Domesday Project
A pair of interactive videodiscs made by the BBC in London to celebrate the 900th anniversary of the original Domesday Book and published in November 1986.
BBC: A History of the World
Uses 100 objects from the British Museum and hundreds more from other museums and members of the public to tell the story of world history.
Black and Asian Studies Association
Fosters research into and disseminates information on the history of Black peoples in Britain. Features newsletters and conference information.
Britain from Above
Presents the unique Aerofilms collection of aerial photographs of Britain taking from 1919-1953.
British History Online
A digital library containing core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles; organised by theme and by region.
Early British Kingdoms
Covers the period of the early Middle Ages in Britain with articles on the early Celtic kingdoms, their rulers and genealogies.
The Early Modern Commons
Aggregator for blogs covering the period c.1500-1800. It is intended as a resource to help readers to keep up with early modern blogging, and to connect with people who share their interests.
Early Modern Resources
Research portal for the early modern period (c.1500-1800 CE). It only lists websites that are free to access and focuses on high-quality resources that are suitable for advanced research, study and teaching.
Hidden Lives Revealed
Virtual resource dedicated to children in the care of The Children's Society during the late Victorian and early 20th Century Britain. Includes photo documentations and case files.
Higher Education Academy
Formally known as The History Subject Centre. Provides support for the development of teaching and learning of history in the Higher Education sector; includes information about their activities, events, and publications.
The Historic Counties Trust
Promotes public awareness of the history, geography, natural history, architecture and traditions of the historic counties of the UK. Includes downloadable documentation, reports and maps.
Historic County Borders Project
Project which is digitising the borders of the historic counties of the United Kingdom at a scale of 1:100000 and making them available for public and commercial use.
History and Policy
Works for better public policy through an understanding of history. Includes online papers, an events calendar, news and opinion and maintains a database of historians willing to engage with policy makers and the media.
Features an archive of old photographs and advertisements from various points in British history.
Labour Heritage -
Promotes the history of the Labour Party. Includes discussion papers and information on the organisation's publications.
Local History Online
Features articles about getting started with researching local history, plus extensive link directories to local history societies and resources. Also promotes the Local History Magazine, with subscription information.
My Time Machine
Offers a selection of eyewitness accounts from moments in British history.
Official website of the archaeologist, historian, author and broadcaster, with a biography and information about his books and TV programmes.
Presents a history of Britain, explored via a timeline, with video clips, location maps and links to further resources.
Wallpaper History Society
Promoting an awareness and understanding of historic and contemporary wallcoverings. Presents history, events, membership, bursary and a directory.
Wattle and Daub
Ian Pritchett presents detailed information on the method of building the walls of a timber frame house.