Wikibooks:History bookshelf


Biology | Computer Science | Computer Software | Education | Health science | History | Humanities | Language and Literature | Languages | Law | Mathematics | Natural Sciences | Physics | Programming Languages | Social Sciences | Study Guides | Misc. | Wikibooks Help

HISTORY BY PERIOD - ANCIENT HISTORY - Proported Ancient Worlds - Wikijunior:Ancient Civilizations - MODERN HISTORY - The Cold WarHISTORY BY REGION - AFRICAN HISTORY - Ethiopian History - ASIAN HISTORY - Israeli History - Japanese History - Philippine History - Japan's Foreign Policy Toward Vietnam 1978-1992 - EUROPEAN HISTORY - Wikijunior Kings and Queens of England - History of Greece - The Holocaust - MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY - Iranian History - OCEANIC HISTORY - Australian History - New Zealand History 75% developed  as of Jan 4, 2008 - Political History of New Zealand - WESTERN HISTORY - Canadian History - History of Embrun - Latin-American History - US History 75% developed  as of Feb 14, 2005 - History of Edmeston, New York - WORLD HISTORY - United Nations HistoryTHEMATIC HISTORY - HISTORY OF THE ARTS - Art History - Western Music History - HISTORY OF RELIGION - History of Christianity - History of Islam - HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY - History of Computers - The Computer Revolution - GUIDES FOR HISTORIANS - How to write a research paper in History - Knowledge Engineering for Historians - MISCELLANEOUS HISTORIES - AP United States History - Biography of Nikola Tesla - Historical Disasters and Tragedies - History of Historical Writing - The Rowers of Vanity Fair - The Seven Wonders of the World - Warfare - Wikijunior:Introduction to History

Wikibook Development Stages
Sparse text 0% Developing text 25% Maturing text 50% Developed text 75% Comprehensive text 100%

History by Period

Ancient History

Modern History

History by Region

African History

Asian History

European History

File:Stein by picasso.jpg
European History From Rome to the present day, European History puts the whole sweep of history in Europe into context.

Middle Eastern History

Oceanic History

A concise approach to New Zealand history, this textbook covers the first inhabitants, the Maori, the dicovery of New Zealand by the Europeans and some of the significant events that have led up to the way the country is in the present day.
[[:|Image credit]]

Western History

US History is a history of the nation that shapes our modern world. Perfect as an introduction for both high school in the US and for people from other countries who want know what makes the US tick.

World History

Thematic History



History of Technology

Guides for historians


Associated Wikimedia for History
Commons Wikinews Wikipedia Wikiquote Wikisource Wikiversity Wiktionary
  Category   Category   Article
Media News Encyclopedia Quotes Texts Courses Dictionary