BBC Twentieth Century Battlefields - Ep8 - Iraq - Worksheet to support the BBC Documentary
Written as an enrichment/flipped/independent learning activity the worksheet contains a variety of data collection activities for the video.
Dan and Peter Snow go to Kuwait to tell the story of Operation Desert Storm. Dan describes how revolutionary new technology like stealth bombers and precision-guided bombs would make this a battle unlike anything anyone had seen before. The Iraqis may not have had such cutting-edge technology but, back in 1991, they did have weapons of mass destruction - gas attacks were an ever-present fear amongst the Allied soldiers. Dan experiences how just a simple gas mask would have restricted a soldier’s ability to fight in such extreme conditions and Peter shows how both sides chose their tactics in a war dominated by cutting-edge technology and ruthless political calculation.
Written in Publisher and formatted to A3 the worksheet can be amended and saved as a PDF for A4 printing
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BBC - Twentieth Century Battlefields - Peter and Dan Snow
BBC - Twentieth Century Battlefields - Peter and Dan Snow Historian Peter Snow tells the story of the most important battles of the 20th Century. Armed with his mapcase which presents digital illustrations of his presentations, Snow tells the big picture of these clashes and their impact. Meanwhile, his son, Dan, goes into the field to explore the details of these battles and the part they played in the grand context of history
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