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Henry Hudson
Henry Hudson was a great explorer that discovered many new geographical sites in the Americas. In searching for the Northwest Passage, he ultimately found his death.

Henry II vs. Thomas Becket
Many eyes throughout history have zoomed in on the conflict between the English king, Henry II, and the archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket. Most observers are unaware of this conflict was the reflection of what was happening in mainland Europe between the Church and the State.

Historical Atlas of the Medieval World - Review
Studying the Medieval world can be exciting and rather daunting. The Middle Ages is a large span of European history. When reading about this very important time period, you need reliable and worthy resources such as the Penguin Historical Atlas of the Medieval World by your side.

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Love to read? Love history? Join BellaOnline.com's history site book club.

History Newsletter Signup
How to sign up for the History site newsletter and what you expect to find in the newsletter each week.

History of the Foster Care System
Fostering a child is not something new. It has been around since the Middle Ages and beyond. During that time, the term ‘fostering’ had a different meaning.

History of the World Board Game Review
Want to have some fun and learn some history? Check out this board game.

History Word Games
Learn more about the games you can play right here on this history site.

Hitler's Impact on Europe
Adolf Hitler rose to power after a bitter defeat in World War I. Germany felt slighted and oppressed by the winning nations. The people yearned to feel pride again. Unlike Bismarck, Hitler rose up with a unified though defeated Germany.

Holly Jean - A Book Review
Set back during World War II, Bonnie Compton Hanson’s Holly Jean and the Secret of Razorback Ridge is a delightful story of a young girl’s journey from a big city to the hills of Kentucky and a mystery that she is just got to solve. Even an adult can enjoy this tale.

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