Africa History A-Level History Resources & Worksheets

Browse our range of A-Level African History study resources including African Kingdoms c.1400–c.1800, South Africa 1948-99 + many more. Worksheets, powerpoint lessons all available to download now. Perfect to use in the classroom or homeschool environment. Aligned to examination board specifications.

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African History A-Level History Resources

Click the topics below to access history teaching worksheets aligned with each area of A Level history. These can be used by teachers, homeschoolers and self-learners. They are suitable for students aged between 16-18 and include revision material and assessments (with answers).

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African Kingdoms c.1400–c.1800

The Songhay Empire c.1450–1591

The Kingdom of Kongo c.1400–c.1709

The Kingdom of Benin c.1500–c.1750

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