British Empire is the largest empire in the history of the world ever known, influencing all over the globe. It had massive impact on the history of world, dominating for two centuries and comprising about one quarter of the land area during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Motivation for this thesis is to develop an interactive GIS application to help students learn British Empire history by utilizing modern computer technology. Studies prove that students learn much more when they learn in an interactive way than by reading or listening. This software is developed keeping in mind both teachers and students, so that both are benefited. This software displays some points on the world map, which are read from CSV (Comma Separated Values) files. The CSV files which will have the corresponding information about countries ruled by British. Based on the initial year of British rule, countries have been divided into three categories 18th, 19th and 20th century. Students can click on these countries with the help of hotlink tool and see the interesting information displayed on a window. A wiki link is given on this window that is different for each point or country. Through this wiki link students have access to more interesting information about the British Empire related to the country. Images, videos, web links etc will be there in the wiki link, which will be useful for students to study the history. This software is made with the help Map Objects Java Objects (MOJO) provided by Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and Wiki Spaces to create web pages for each country ruled by the British.