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Why were the Viet Minh victorious at Dien  Bien Phu?

Why were the Viet Minh victorious at Dien Bien Phu?

The 1954 Battle of Dien Bien Phu was a victory for the under-rated Viet Minh against the more powerful French. Quite simply, the Viet Minh made more thorough preparations, ensured they had a strategic advantage and have the outstanding military leadership of General Vo Nguyen Giap. The French were beset by mistakes and sheer bad luck. This source-based activity is designed for students of the NSW Modern History Syllabus. Higher School Certificate course Peace & Conflict Option A: Conflict in Indochina

By WayneWoods

Winston Churchill's successes and failures

Winston Churchill's successes and failures

A display designed to encourage students to persist in overcoming their barriers to learning, the display provides 5 of the biggest failures and biggest successes of Churchill's career.

By tfinch2

The Northern Ireland Conflict

The Northern Ireland Conflict

A detailed powerpoint on the Northern Ireland Conflict covering the historical context of it and its progression (including key events like The Easter Uprising). It also has key words down one side and easy navigation with a contents of ideas on each slide. The main organizations and groups involved are explained at the start and linked back to throughout the powerpoint. 77 slides

By SarahStubington

The Historical Conundrum Challenge

The Historical Conundrum Challenge

Presentation used as a starter or plenary in a KS3/4 History lesson. Pupils are presented with a “conundrum” (anagram) with a cryptic clue and are given 30 seconds to de code the identify of the historical person. Hyperlinks are embedded throughout the presentation. The whole presentation contains 20 challenges and 64 slides in total. Click on the history teacher blow to visit the teacher’s notes slide.

By 20JET12

Collectivisation in USSR 1928 under Stalin

Collectivisation in USSR 1928 under Stalin

Through presentation providing detailed notes on the policy and impact of Collectivisation. Could be printed out to give to the students and talked through by the teacher - I have provided notes in the notes section underneath, expanding on some of the points.

By fw260

Civil rights USA - Birmingham Alabama MLK

Civil rights USA - Birmingham Alabama MLK

Lesson that will fit into a scheme of work on civil rights. Video link provided and information summarising the event. Requires students to come up with a creative response.

By fw260

Interpretations of the Vietnam War

Interpretations of the Vietnam War

AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension in Asia, 1950-1975 - The Ending of Conflict in Vietnam Describe the effects of the Vietnam War Explain the financial, social, environmental and political cost of the Vietnam War. Lesson Objective: how far did the Vietnam War shape world history?

By liam0001