This is one of those sites that could keep one occupied for days -- or weeks. It's packed with historical articles and resources covering every period and just about every imaginable topic. It's also worth joining the "club" to access additional materials, such as collections of maps and primary source documents.
"Designed to bring to life the history of the Kings and Queens of England from Egbert, first 'King of the English', who reigned 802-839 A.D., to the throne's present occupant, Elizabeth II. It contains a short biography of each English monarch along with many illustrations, maps ( where applicable ) and genealogical tables."
"Learn about England and her culture from children who live there." Includes information on customs, costumes, government, anthems and songs, food, climate, religion, money, English Christmas, and much more.
There is no doubt that this site is packed with information, including an assortment of articles and the "Ocean" index of history links. It is, however, a bit hard to use, as clicking on an article only brings up a couple of paragraphs and one must then use the arrows to display more. (Clicking on the "text" button in the upper left will also display the entire article.)
Covers such topic areas as people and institutions in the news, seasonal history topics, wars and related events, places in the news, things and ideas in the news, world religions, timelines, "This Week in History, and more.