Their introduction was concise and to the point, so I thought I would share it with you. “This site has a history of every nation in the world. Each country is covered by a brief essay which gives the highlights of each nation’s history.”
There are several ways to use this site—you can either choose a continent from those they have provided, and then choose the country you are looking for information on. Or you can type the country you want information on into the search engine and click “Google Search”. (It is defaulted to search only the History of Nations website, but if you don’t find the information you are looking for you can switch it WWW to search the World Wide Web.)
Or a neater way to find out about the history of these places is to scroll down the page, and learn about countries via the different ages. It starts with a Brief History of the World and then moves through the ages starting with Neolithic and spanning to the Twentieth Century. A fun and easy read that is chocked full of information, and links to more information.
It even has a link to Uncover the Net, an interesting web directory, that comes equipped with forums for topical discussion on a great many subjects. I think this web directory would be a benefit for historical searches as well.
Well, check it out!