Militaria Collector's Network
The aim of this forum is to bring together militaria collectors and dealers from all over the world so that they may share knowledge and experience. The network strives to help members find out about unidentified items within their collections, share information etc. This is a free resource.
Chapters Of Dublin's History
The most complete history of Dublin on the Web with on-line books and pictures. If you are interested in any way in the history of Dublin visit this web site.
Billy O'Neil - Welsh Rugby International
A page about Dungarvan man, Billy O'Neil, who was the first Irishman to play rugby for Wales.
Waterford City Library's John Roberts Web Site
Within Waterford,the architect John Roberts designed and built many prominent buildings.
A history journal published solely and exclusively on the internet for History Societies, Historians, Academics, Archivists, Researchers, Students and anyone interested in topics of History.
The aim of the project is to develop a template to create thematic networks. The contrasting urban and rural library services of Cork City and Clare County have set up two local history content sites linked to a central portal to form a thematic network and to test and display the template in action.
International Famine Centre
The International Famine Centre at University College Cork aims to commemorate the more than one million people who died and nearly two million who were exiled during Ireland's Great Famine by working to prevent the present-day recurrence of famine elsewhere in the world.
Sir Robert Peel
This site has a mass of information on Sir Robert Peel . It covers all aspects of his career and times, includes a specific section on Ireland.
Irish Archaeology Links
A links page to sites of Irish Archaeological interest. Comprehensive list
Local History Magazine
The homepage of Local History Magazine, an excellent British publication (has many great links). If you have any interest in local history visit this site.
Fantastic site. Information on stone circles, dolmens, standing stones, cairns, barrows and hillforts. Covers Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland, France and Italy.
Historical Text Archive
Enormous searchable database of world history containing links, bibliographies, archives, journals etc.. Run by Mississippi State University. This is a must for the serious historian.
Univ. of Cincinnati
Hosted by the the Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences. Articles on topics as diverse as American labour history and the history of the Ethiopian/Eritrean conflict. A great educational resource.
Extremely large 500 page website on medieval Scandinavia. Features on Vikings, social history, national costume and royalty etc.. Its a very enjoyable site.
Detailed and learned site dedicated to ancient Greek culture, with an extremely useful catagorised links page to sites relating to Greek culture.
Massive collection of history links in 20 categories from the dawn of man to the 20th century.
World of Royalty
Page recording the exploits of contemporary and historic royalty. It has a bias towards British royals, but seems to cover royals everywhere including Hawaii.
An excellent site, that contains much information about ancient Rome. The presentation of the information is very innovative.
Nicholas Delaney Of 1798
Visit this page and purchase a book telling the story of one of the men of '98.
This web-site is devoted to the story of the Picts, the nation who forced Hadrian to build his famous wall on the Scottish border. The site contains a nice mix of myth, legend and history.
Athena Archaeology Review
An excellent on-line magazine on archaeology. Covers all eras and countries.
Cape Town NCS
A South African webpage with a database on mainly South African and world history, with a bias towards naval and military history.