A Level History Teaching Resources & Worksheets

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Religion, ethnicity and political Minorities, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Statehood and Pan Arabism in the Middle East, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Zionism, Israel and the Palestinian issue, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The Role of the Great Powers in the Middle East, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The Labour government versus the media: the problem of the Iraq dossiers, 2002–04, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The Thatcher governments and the media, 1979–90, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Media in the sixties: satire image and social change, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Wireless and the war: propaganda, information and entertainment, 1939-45, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The age of the press barons, 1914–36, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Changing patterns of family leisure, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Changing patterns of women’s lives within the family and in the world of work, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Relations with the outside world, 2000–2014, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Economy and society, 2000–2014, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Opposing the government of South Africa, 2000–2014, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Governing South Africa, 2000–2014, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The Japanese threat, 1931–41, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Defeat and humiliation, 1894–1901, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Opening up China to foreigners, 1860–70, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Foreign policy 1689–1763, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Social and economic developments c.1700–1780, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Aspects of Politics 1714-1780, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The Revolutionary Settlement and Politics 1689–1714, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Prussia and the Kleindeutschland solution, 1866–71, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Austro-Prussian rivalry, 1852–66, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Failure of revolution, 1848–51, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Popular pressure and causes of revolution, 1840–48, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The Second World War and its impact, 1939–1964, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The Great War and its impact, 1914–1939, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Queen Anne, 1702-1714, A-Level Teaching Resources

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William III, 1689-1702 and Mary II, 1689-1694, A-Level Teaching Resources

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James II and the Glorious Revolution, 1685-1688, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Charles II and the Restoration, 1660-1685, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Charles I, 1625-1649, A-Level Teaching Resources

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James I, 1603-1625, A-Level Teaching Resources

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The changing quality of life, 1918–79, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Society in transition, 1918–79, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Creating a welfare state, 1918–79, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Changing political and economic environment, 1918–79, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Gladstone and Salisbury until 1902, A-Level Teaching Resources

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Disraelian Conservatism, A-Level Teaching Resources

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