History:Maps of Oceania

HISTORY:MAPS SERIES CAME BACK COMPLETELY NEW!!!

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History:Maps Series is the best way to see and learn historical geography.

If you are interested in history and geography (history teacher, student or amateur history researcher), check it out to keep with your history and learn something about history.

 

“Explore the world through interactive maps illustrating geopolitical and geographic shifts over time. Users peruse the various cartographies and read up on the historical (or, as the case may be, scientific) significance of each major change through text and ”in the future” other media.”

– Edudemic, The 16 Apps And Tools Worth Trying This Year

“History and geography (duh) collide on this very popular resource, which provides access to maps past and present so users can watch how borders and projections shift over time.”

– Edudemic, 50 Must-Download Apps For Lifelong Learners

“History:Maps of the world should be used by every history teacher. This just has so much information on it, and could help elementary all the way up to college students. If I was a history teacher, I would definitely love to have this, because it saves me the time to find all the maps needed for he curriculum.”

– ArjanL774’s App Reviews

3 thoughts on “History:Maps of Oceania

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