Free, Interactive Web Application Brings European History to Life

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Worldology.com interactive maps represent a quick and fun way to gain a solid grasp of the History of Europe. See important events against the context of a map that shows the changing political boundaries with each major time period.

I have found that detailed maps have been useful in deepening my understanding of historical trends and events

Worldology.com has added a new European History interactive map, which enables visitors to learn about the history of Europe in a graphical format. Instead of reading volumes of written articles, history students and enthusiasts alike can quickly toggle back and forth through each time era, to see the fluctuation in political borders.

Visitors can then mouseover the information buttons for more details about important events in each time period. You can even switch to the "Show Modern Borders" view to see modern European borders overlaid upon the political map of each respective time era.

Worldology.com was created by Casey Fisher, a veteran web entrepreneur with a lifelong interest in history and geopolitics.

"I have found that detailed maps have been useful in deepening my understanding of historical trends and events," says Fisher. "However, comprehensive maps are hard to find for most significant events throughout the entire continent and history of Europe.

This gave me the idea for an interactive map that would show the European political map for each major time era, replete with hot buttons that visitors can mouseover for detailed information and visual aids."

As a content-based website focusing on history, geopolitics and current events, Worldology interactive maps are freely available to all visitors. Worldology.com differentiates itself through the creation and publication of unique, animated map applications, which are designed to make the subjects of history and geography more engaging and comprehensible.

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