World History Encyclopedia has a great feature worth noting. Each article comes with an audio option. You can click “Listen to this article” at the top and just sit back and absorb. I point it out because many of us benefit from more “passive” learning, some of the time or even most of the time – particularly young people (the TikTok generation).
In case you don’t know, World History Encyclopedia is the world’s most-read encyclopedia of history. It’s a non-profit dedicated to spreading knowledge of the past. And it’s been endorsed by organizations like Oxford University and School Library Journal. (Full disclosure: I’m very biased as a member of WHE’s board of advisors and also their lawyer – in each case as an unpaid volunteer.)