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- Art + Museums
- Local History
- Alec Gill
is on one of Hull's foremost local historians. He is also a psychotherapist.
This site gives some indication as to the depths of his knowledge and talents,
with articles on local history and also details of prepared talks that
ensure that Alec is in constant demand.
- Arctic Corsair Hosted by Hull City Council.
is a comprehensive historical resource. This link takes you to the section
dealing with the history of Kingston-upon-Hull, including information on
the city's most notable people and places.
- Best of Legends A wonderful
site dealing with legends from Beowulf to Robin Hood to Hans Christian Andersen.
What's more this site is beautifully, yet simply designed for ease of
navigation. Try it out!
- National Savings Check
to see if your Premium Bonds have won you a prize. You'll need your Premium
Bond Holder's number (which apparently is diffeerent from the numbers of your Bonds).
- Uri Geller The first
page is mainly for marketing Uri Geller's publications, but when you go beyond
this there are one or two interesting areas. And if Uri's your cup of tea, then...
- The Poetry Society
Britain's premier poetry society, with links to poetry sites all over the world.
- Amy Johnson
- Philip Larkin
- Mick Ronson
- The Mick Ronson Website
surely has to be the best and most comprehensive site dedicated to the
memory of Mick. The guy who maintains this page obviously loves Mick and
his work. Give it a visit!
- We'll Always Remember
is a rock star obituary site. This link will take you to the section
dedicated to Mick.
- David Whitfield
- Encyclopaedia Britannica
the world famous reference source needs no introduction. The complete
Britannica is here!
is another encyclopaedia dealing mainly with British and American History.
is a database of scientific questions and answers.
- New Scientist - The
well known science publication - online.