Learning Exercises

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Louis XIV was a creature of habit. The official web site of the Chateau de Versailles presents his daily routine on the... see more

Operation Overload, the invasion of Normandy by the Allies, led to the ultimate collapse of Nazi/Fascist Europe. see more

Since the end of World War II, the Republic of South Africa has transformed from a white supremacist republic to a nation... see more

The Valley of the Shadow offers a rich collection of primary sources associated with "The Eve of the War," "The War... see more

This assignment employs primary documents to explore Christopher Columbus' discovery of the New World. Course: US History... see more

A brief narrative history of the Royal Abbey in central France where England's first Plantagenet moanrchs are buried.... see more

Provides a variety of resources to learn about aspect of Ancient Egyyptian Civilization. Course: Western Civilization see more

A questionnaire of 50 items was created by Juan Lopez de Velasco, the royal astrologer, to provide a more complete... see more

A biographical introduction to President Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Movement, the Construction of the Panama... see more

This assignment includes four tasks which involve reading the information in the learning object about Columbus'... see more

A program that congregates and organizes writing assignments and offers online peer reviewing to facilitate writing... see more

Do you wonder what it must have been like to spend days at court in the Versailles of Louis XIV? The Education page of... see more

The Valley of the Shadow offers a rich collection of primary sources associated with "The Eve of the War," "The War... see more

The Parthenon Marbles are the subject of international controversy because of the ownership question. Do they belong to... see more

In the 19th Century Lord Elgin removed the Marbles atop the Parthenon on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. The Marbles are... see more

Joan of Arc was and remains a figure of historical curiosity. She was not canonized until the 19th century. France had... see more

Martin Luther, a priest, defied the Pope and demanded clerical reforms to save Catholicism. This site deals with his... see more

The Trial of Giordano Bruno raised the question of whether the Roman Catholic Church during the era of the Reformation... see more

Charles I of England, Scotland, and Ireland was a strong believer in the Divine Right of Kings and came into conflict... see more

The Trial of John Lilburne represents a milestone in the history of English Civil Rights and the gradual evolution of... see more

Sir Thomas More was a leading figure at the court of Henry VIII. He was also a major thinker and author. The Trial of Sir... see more

The shootout at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona is legendary. This trial attempts to set the record straight based... see more

This Smithsonian web site was originally an exhibit displayed at the Museum of Natural History sponsored by the... see more