Second Level Subjects
History is the study of the past as it is described in written documents. Events occurring before written record are considered prehistory. It is an umbrella term that relates to past events as well as the memory, discovery, collection, organization, presentation, and interpretation of information about these events. Scholars who write about history are called historians.
Organizations relating to History
World Association of Belarussian Jewry / Est. 1993
French Colonial Historical Society / Est. 1974
History of Social Transformation Network
European Institute of Underwater Archeology / Est. 1985
Conference on Latin American History / Est. 1926
Congrès panceltic international
International Society for Historical Linguistics / Est. 1979
European Business History Association / Est. 1994
Macedonian World Youth Congress / Est. 1994
World Philatelic Congress of Israel, Holy Land and Judaica Societies / Est. 1968
Institute of Universal World History, Moscow
METEM-International Society of Toronto for Hungarian Church History / Est. 1986
German Working Group on Historical Peace Research / Est. 1984
Association européenne pour la presse d'information sur l'antiquité, la brocante et la collection / Est. 1989
Cercle Benelux d'histoire de la pharmacie / Est. 1950
Nordic Congress of Historians
Association of African Historians / Est. 1972
International Cycling History Conference / Est. 1990
Topography of Terror Foundation / Est. 1992
Centre international d'étude de la religion grecque antique
Association des amis du parc archéologique européen de Bliesbruck-Reinheim
Historical Association / Est. 1906
Foundation 'Festival of European History' / Est. 1989
Commission internationale d'histoire de la presse
Treaty on the Protection of Movable Property of Historic Value / Est. 1935
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