Key Details of World History Atlas Trial

  • Chronological and geographical presentation of historical topics and events.
  • Last updated on June 6, 2024
  • There have been 5 updates
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World History Atlas Trial 0/4

Developer's Description

Chronological and geographical presentation of historical topics and events.

Chronological and geographical presentation of historical topics and events. Travel through the fascinating history of mankind from the earliest civilizations to the present.

Trial Version

This trial version contains only the 17th and 18th century. An exciting time of enlightenment, revolutions, religious conflicts and groundbreaking discoveries.

The full version 'World History Atlas' starts from the first cultures till present. See details below.

Content of the full version

historical periods:


Stone Age, Copper Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age


Ancient Orient, Egyptology, Greek Antiquity, Rome,

Ancient Egypt, Sumer, Elam, Akkad, Babylonia, Hurrian, Hittite, Meder, Assyria, Israel, Phenicia, Persia, Ancient South Arabia, Urartian Empire, Phrygians, Lydians, Luwier, Minoan Culture, Celts, Ancient Greece, Etruscans, Carthage, Roman Empire, Late Antiquity, Germanic tribes, migration of peoples etc ...

Middle Ages: Frankish Empire, Byzantine Empire, Vikings, Crusades, Ottoman Empire, Hundred Years' War, Manorial, serfdom, Sengoku time, etc ...

Early modern times

Renaissance, European Expansion, Holy Roman Empire, Reformation, Counter Reformation, Wars of Religion, Enlightenment, Absolutism, Cabinet Wars, French Revolution, American Revolution etc ...

modern times

Farmer Liberation, Industrial Revolution, Liberalism, Communism, Biedermeier, Social Issue

Imperialism, World War I, World War II, colonialism, October Revolution, interwar period, Holocaust, expulsion

20th century:

Soviet Union, GDR, United Nations, Cold War, Eastern Bloc, proxy war, arms race, turnaround, Middle East conflict, nuclear age

21st century: Climate policy, terrorism, financial crisis, renewable energy, robotics, AI

Several thousand historical events on the following topics:

Military events / conflicts: battle, war, siege, naval battle, aerial combat, religious wars.

Famous historical figures: emperors, kings, dictators, authors, doctor, hero, music, composer, inventor, explorer, explorer, geographer, navigator, general, poet, philosopher, botanist, actor, director, revolutionary, astronomer, pope, bishop, Politician, architect, enlightener, terrorist, martyr, prophet.

Historical natural events:

Thunderstorm, flood, earthquake, storm, blizzard, volcanic eruption, avalanches, solar flare

Astronomical events: comet, meteor, solar eclipse, supernovae

Technical achievements from the military, medicine, astronomy, chemistry, physics, biology, transportation, energy, architecture, space.

Disasters / accidents: transport (plane, ship, train, etc.), power stations, etc ...

Historical societies: anarchism, absolutism, monarchism, fascism, communism, socialism and others.

Art Styles / Works of Painting, Music and Literature: Gregorian, Impressionism, Orientalism, Baroque, Realism, Romanticism, Expressionism, Dadaism, Surrealism, Naturalism, Neoclassicism, Classicism, Pop Art etc ...

Historical sports events:

World Championships, Olympics

Religious events from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Shinto, Sikhism, Bahaitism, Jainism.

Historical buildings from different eras related to religion, military, economy, education, etc


Events, empires, tribes, states, migrations, travel, expeditions, military operations, cities, places, capitals etc...

Technical Information

The application is automatically installed on the SD card (if possible), to save internal memory. An initial data download of about 400 MB is required.

No internet connection necessary afterwards. The content is constantly being expanded..

Sources from: Wikipedia, specialized literature, atlases, historical literature, historical maps.

See also: History4geeks

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Thank you for the interest.

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